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Biography

Prof. Rabiul Ahasan

University of Oulu, Finland

Email: rabiulahasan123@gmail.com


Qualifications

2005 Postdoc, Ecole Polytechnique, Canada

2002 Ph.D., University of Oulu, Finland

1994 MSc., University of Oulu, Finland


Publications (Selected)

  1. Ahasan R (2016) The tasks of individuals practicing human factors and ergonomics. Journal of Ergonomics, 6(4), e157. doi:10.4172/2165-7556.1000e157.
  2. Ahasan R, Hassan A (2016). Removing barriers to promote human factors and ergonomics education in developing countries. Journal of Ergonomics, 5(1), 1-2, http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2165-7556.1000e128.
  3. Rahman S, Majumder MAA, Ahasan R, Ahmed SMM, Das P, Rahman N (2015). The extent and magnitude of formalin adulteration in fish sold in domestic markets of Bangladesh: a literature review. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 40 (1).
  4. Ahasan R (2014). Human Factors Practice in Malaysia: professional liability, accountibility and ethics. Journal of Ergonomics, 4(2), 1-2.
  5. Ahasan R (2014). Fear of Ebola Epidemics in Bangladesh: Issues and approaches. Southeast Asian Journal of Public Health, 3(2), 1-3.
  6. Ahasan R (2014). Does Ageing Matter? Journal of Aging Sciences, 2(3), 1-2.
  7. Ahasan R, Hassan A (2014). Who does what in human factors/ergonomics in Malaysia? Journal of Human Ergology, 43(2), 93—100.
  8. Chowdhury AH, Zishan SR, Ahasan R (2014). A review of the security issues of telemedicine network. International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation &Control Engineering, 2(11), 2183—2185.
  9. Ahasan R (2013). Fuelling the research on cognitive neuroscience in UNIMAS—Malaysia. Asian Journal of Cognitive Neurology, 1 (2), 46—48.
  10. Ahasan R, Adruce SAZ (2013). Promoting Human Factors & Ergonomics Programme in UNIMAS– Malaysia. Asian-Pacific Newsletter on Occupational Health & Safety, 20, 24–26.
  11. Ahasan R, Imbeau D (2003). Work-related research, education and training in developing countries. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, 9(1), 103–114.
  12. Ahasan R, Imbeau D (2003). Socio-technical and ergonomic aspects of industrial technologies. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 52(2), 68–75.
  13. Ahasan R, Imbeau D (2003). Who belongs to ergonomics? An examination of the human factors community. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 52(3), 123–128.
  14. Ahasan R, Mohiuddin G, Khaleque A (2002). Psychosocial implications of shift work: a case study. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 51(3), 116–120.
  15. Ahasan R, Mohiuddin G, Faruquee SM (2002). Strenuous task in a hot climate—a case study. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 51(4), 175–181.
  16. Ahasan R (2002). Occupational ergonomics: work-related musculoskeletal disorders of the upper limb and back—book reviews. International Journal of Production Research, 40(5), 1295–1297.
  17. Ahasan R, Laukkala H, Sadeque (2002). Psychosocial and socio-economical aspects of female garments workers in Bangladesh. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 51(7), 374–380.
  18. Kejonen P, Kauranen K, Ahasan R, Vanharanta H (2002). Motion analysis measurements of body movements during standing: association with age and gender. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 25, 297–304.
  19. Ahasan R, Campbell D, Salmoni A, Lewko J (2001). Some intervening and local factors among shift workers in a developing country-- Bangladesh. Journal of Workplace Learning, 13(4), 164–171.
  20. Ahasan R, Campbell D, Salmoni A, Lewko J (2001). Ergonomics of living environment for the people with special needs. Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Sciences, 20(3), 175–185.
  21. Ahasan R, Campbell D, Salmoni A (2001). Human Factors and Ergonomics of assistive technology. Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Sciences, 20(3), 187–197.
  22. Ahasan R, Lewko J, Campbell D, Salmoni A (2001). Adaptation to nightshifts and synchronisation process of night workers. Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Sciences, 20 (4), 215–226.
  23. Ahasan R, Partanen TJ (2001). Occupational health and safety in the least developed countries—a simple case of neglect. Journal of Epidemiology, 11(2): 74–80.
  24. Ahasan R (2001). Legacy of implementing industrial health and safety in the developing countries. Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Sciences, 20(6), 311–319.
  25. Ahasan R (2001). Human adaptation to shift work in improving health, safety and productivity—some recommendations. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management,51(1),9–17.
  26. Ahasan, R (2001). Financing health services in developing countries—crises of structural adjustment. Internal Journal of Self Help and Self Care, 1(4), 351–363.
  27. Ahasan R, Partanen TJ, Keyoung L (2001). Global corporate policy and financing health services in the third world: the structural adjustment crisis. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 20(1), 3–15.
  28. Larwood M, Ahasan R (2001). Double crush syndrome: a theory or misdiagnosis? In: W Sheng, Z Kan (eds), Occupational Ergonomics, Tianjin Science and Technology Press [ISBN 7—5308—3126—7], pp. 258–261.
  29. Schell T, Ahasan R (2001). Altered gait and the development of low back disorders. In: W Sheng, Z Kan (eds), Occupational Ergonomics, Tianjin Science and Technology Press [ISBN 7—5308—3126—7], pp. 262–272.
  30. Schell T, Ahasan R (2001). Can plantar fasciitis be work related? In: W Sheng, Z Kan (eds), Occupational Ergonomics, Tianjin Science and Technology Press [ISBN 7—5308—3126—7], pp. 273–276.
  31. Schell T, Ahasan R (2001). Is dupuytren’s contracture work related problem? In: W Sheng, Z Kan (eds), Occupational Ergonomics, Tianjin Science and Technology Press [ISBN 7—5308—3126—7], pp. 277–282.