Dr. Muhammad Tarik Arafat

Education

 

Research Interests

Implantable medical device, Tissue Engineering, Biomanufacturing, Additive Manufacturing/3D printing, Spinning, Non-woven technology, wound dressing, Biomechanics, Clinical engineering.

 

Work Experience

Professor – Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) – 2021-present

Associate Professor – Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) – 2019-2021

Assistant Professor – Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) – 2016-2019

Research Fellow – University of Leeds, UK – 2014-2016

Senior Engineer – Micron Technology Inc., Singapore – 2011-2014

Lecturer – Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) – 2006.

 

Professional services

Editorial Board Member
– International Journal of Bionics and Biomaterials
– International Journal of Biomedical Engineering

Reviewer
Biomedical materials, Materials letter, Journal of polymers and environment, IEEE Access, Histology and histopathology, Journal of rapid prototyping, Composite structures, Dyes and Pigments.

 

Publication Search

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Selected Publications

  1. M Tarik Arafat, Giuseppe Tronci, David J Wood, Stephen J Russell. In-situ crosslinked wet spun collagen triple helices with nanoscale-regulated ciprofloxacin release capability. Materials Letters, 255 (2019) 126550.
  2. Taufiq Hasan Aneem, Sushanto Kumar Saha, Rumana A Jahan, Siew Yee Wong, Xu Li, M Tarik Arafat. Effects of organic modifiers and temperature on the synthesis of biomimetic carbonated Hydroxyapatite. Ceramics International, 45 (2019) 24717–24726.
  3. Susmita Majumder, Md Abdul Matin, Ahmed Sharif, M Tarik Arafat. Understanding solubility, spinnability and electrospinning behaviour of cellulose acetate using different solvent systems. Bulletin of Materials Science, 42 (2019) 171.
  4. MM Mahmud, A Perveen, RA Jahan, MA Matin, SY Wong, X Li, MT Arafat (2019). “Preparation of different polymorphs of cellulose from different acid hydrolysis medium”, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules130 (1), 969-976.
  5. MM Mahmud, A Perveen, MA Matin, MT Arafat (2018). “Effects of binary solvent mixtures on the electrospinning behavior of poly (vinyl alcohol)”, Materials Research Express 5 (11), 115407
  6. MT Arafat, G Tronci, J Yin, DJ Wood, SJ Russell (2015): ” Biomimetic wet-stable fibres via wet spinning and diacid-based crosslinking of collagen triple helices”, Polymer 77, 102-112
  7. G Tronci, RS Kanuparti, MT Arafat, J Yin, DJ Wood, SJ Russell (2015). “Wet-spinnability and crosslinked fibre properties of two collagen polypeptides with varied molecular weight”, International journal of biological macromolecules 81, 112-120.
  8. A Berner, MA Woodruff, CXF Lam, MT Arafat, al.(2014) . “Effects of scaffold architecture on cranial bone healing”. International journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery 43 (4), 506-513.
  9. MT Arafat, I Gibson, X Li ,(2014): ” State of the art and future direction of additive manufactured scaffolds-based bone tissue engineering”, Rapid Prototyping Journal 20 (1), 13-26.
  10. MT Arafat, CXF Lam, AK Ekaputra, SY Wong, X Li, I Gibson, (2011). “Biomimetic composite coating on rapid prototyped scaffolds for bone tissue engineering”. Acta Biomaterialia 7 (2), 809-820.
  11. MT Arafat, Christopher XF Lam, Andrew K Ekaputra, Siew Yee Wong, Chaobin He, Dietmar W Hutmacher, Xu Li, Ian Gibson. “High performance additive manufactured scaffolds for bone tissue engineering application”. Soft Matter 7 (18), 8013-8022.

 

Book Chapter

  • M. Tarik Arafat, Li Xu. Functional Coatings for Bone Tissue Engineering. Book name: Research Perspectives on Functional Micro-and Nanoscale Coatings. IGI Global publication, 2016, 240-264.