M. Anwar Khan

M. Anwar Khan

post-doctoral researcher (2009-2011)

School of Chemistry, University of Bristol

Md. Anwar Khan received his PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry from the University of Bristol, UK in 2008 and joined our research group as a post-doctoral research fellow from 2009-2011. During his post-doctoral research, Anwar worked on development of instrumentation to measure reduced sulfur gases, conducted an impressive 12 month study to measure methyl halide and chloroform emissions from a peatland pasture dominated by the invasive perennial pepperweed, and conducted a study measuring methyl halide and chloroform emissions from a rice paddy converted from a peatland pasture.

He is currently a research fellow in the Department of Chemistry at U Bristol.

  • atmospheric chemistry
  • VOCs and SOA formation
  • air quality
  • MSc in Chemistry, 1993

    Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh

  • PhD