Bangladeshi professor received the Nobel of engineers. Taher

American expatriate Bangladeshi professor, Dr. Taher Saif Being elected an NAE Fellow is considered the highest professional award in engineering. He received the award for characterizing the mechanical properties of matter at the microscale with applications in biology and materials science.
Each year, around one hundred members are elected from all disciplines of engineering and science in engineering from around the world. This year, 114 members were elected from the United States and 21 from outside the United States. As there is no Nobel Prize in engineering, it is considered to be the Nobel Prize in engineering.
Dr. Taher Saif is a professor of mechanical science and engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. He did honors in civil engineering at BUET. Later, he completed a Masters in Civil Engineering from Washington State University, a PhD in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from Cornell University, and a Postdoc in Electrical Engineering.
The National Academy of Engineering authorities will award these 114 new people next September.

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