Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Shah Md. Ahasan Siddique, CSCA™, CSWA

Lecturer, Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME)


Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Ongoing)
Military Institute of Science and Technology
April 2022 - April 2024

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Military Institute of Science and Technology
February 2018 - April 2022


Certified Supply Chain Analyst (CSCA)
under the International Supply Chain Education Alliance (ISCEA), the USA with 95% marks. [Ref]

Certified SolidWorks Associates (CSWA)
Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corp. [Ref]


Member, The American Society Of Mechanical Engineers - ASME,  Member No: 000103774157


  • Automotive Engineering
  • Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
  • Robotics & Control System
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle


  • ME 495: Mechatronics Theory
  • ME 447: Robotics Theory
  • ME 422: Fluid Machinery Sessional
  • ME 402: Heat Engine Sessional
  • ME 468: Automobile Engineering Sessional
  • ME 376: Control Engineering Sessional
  • ME 368: Engineering Simulation Sessional - Ansys
  • NE 252: Nuclear Materials Sessional
  • ME 260: Mechanical Engineering Drawing - Solidworks
  • ME 272: Fluid Mechanics Sessional
  • ME 176: Machine Shop Sessional
  • ME 172: Machine Shop Practice
  • ME 180: Engineering Drawing & CAD


01. Maximum Chamber Pressure Test for 82mm Mortar Gun for Bangladesh Ordnance Factories.

02. Stage Inspection of 4 (four) no(s) crawler-mounted hydraulic drilling rigs and accessories under the Emergency Assistance Project for Water Supply & and Simulation at Ukhia and Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar district. [Ref]

03. Stage Inspection Report of Weed Harvester BERKY 6925 for LGED. [Ref][Ref]

04. Planning For Artillery Gun Repair And Retention Of Operational Fitness In The Future. [Ref]


01. Project Title: Design, Development, and Fabrication of a Ceiling Mounted SCARA Robotic Arm for Construction (Concrete) 3D Printing. [Ref]
Student Name: Md. Ridwanul Islam , Nazmul Hasan Fahim & Tasfia Fairuz Nuha. | ME Dept | Date of Defense: 02 March 2023 at MIST

02. Project Title: Design, Development, and Fabrication of a four-wheel electric steering mechanism. [Ref]
Student Name: Md Abu Hanif, Shakik Ahnaf & Md Rahianor Tahsin. | ME Dept | Date of Defense: 02 March 2023 at MIST

03. Project Title: Design and fabrication of a model surface-to-surface missile with a motion control system run by solid propellant. [Ref]
Student Name: Captain Imrul Kayer Aru. | ME Dept | Date of Defense: 06 March 2024 at MIST

04. Project Title: Design and Construction of an economical underwater ROV for surveying the underwater portion of ship Hull and Shallow waterways. [Ref] [Ref]
Student Name: Newaz Sharif & Emam Hossain. | NAME Dept | Date of Defense: 29 Feb 2024 at MIST


           01. Design & Fabrication of Portable PV-Based Solar Energy Systems for Military Camps. [Ref]

           02. Design and development of a controlling unit and gripping claw for BSJX1 ROV. [Ref]

IE&I & MIST Project:

           01. MIST X1: ROV for Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) Operation for Bangladesh Army. [Ref]


Fire Fighting UAV (Undergraduate - Integrated Development Project)
An Unmanned aerial vehicle - firefighting drone with base ground station fire extinguisher fluid supply for firefighting above 70m-120m height. 

UVC-PURGE: A Semi-Autonomous Virus Disinfection Robot [Ref] [Ref]
To fight against COVID-19 Pandemic, This robot has been equipped with six T5 UVC (254 nm) lamps to effectively destroy the SARS-CoV-2 virus (coronavirus) in a standard 12′ x 16′ room with a disinfection time of 2-3 minutes. The Robot provides real-time camera feedback for better navigation. While disinfecting this semi-autonomous robot is capable enough to avoid any obstacles in that room. UVC- PURGE is very user-friendly and can be controlled by a mobile app or computer platform with a 1600 square feet coverage area and provides a battery backup of 2 hours. It applies to any indoor environment such as an Empty COVID patient ward, Empty ICU, Operation Theatre, Office room, Classroom, Corridor, Personal Apartment, etc. At a market price of less than 800$ UVC-PURGE is extremely cost-effective than similar types of disinfection robots worldwide. It was recognized in the Medical Robotics Challenge for Contagious Disease 2020 organized by the UK Robotics & Automation Society (UK-RAS) Network as UVC-PURGE-MIST (Bangladesh) snatched the Championship in Application criteria in parallel with John Hopkins University (USA) in Innovation and Leeds University (UK) in Design. The team received £5,000 as prize money and a grant for their research. 

University Rover Challenge 2021: MIST Mongol Barota (Phoenix) [Ref]
PHOENIX was systematically built to achieve all the missions given by URC 2021. With an outstanding score of 92.78% in the System Acceptance Review (SAR), MIST Mongol Barota was selected for the URC 2021 Final while the qualification benchmark was 77.7%. Following the success of the System Acceptance Review, team MIST Mongol Barota has topped among all the teams of the University Rover Challenge (URC) Virtual Final 2021 with a total score of 180 by attaining a perfect score (100) in Equipment Servicing Mission and 2nd Highest Score(80) in Extreme Retrieval and Delivery Mission.

Automated Coordinate Measurement Robot: Undergraduate thesis 2021 [Ref]
A robotic system is designed and fabricated for automated 3D reconstruction of objects by contact digitization. An electromechanical probe with a four-degree-of-freedom robotic arm is used to measure an object's multiple surface coordinates for digitization.

Anatolian Rover Challenge 2022: MIST Mongol Barota (Phoenix v2.0) [Ref]

Anatolian Rover Challenge 2023: MIST Mongol Barota (Phoenix v3.0) [Ref]


  1. Champion (Application) in Medical Robotics Challenge for Contagious Disease 2020 organized by UK-RAS for UVC-PURGE: A Semi-autonomous Virus Disinfection Robot. [Ref] [Ref]
  2. Champion Team “MIST Mongol Barota”, University Rover Challenge 2021 organized by The Mars Society, USA. Vice Team Leader and Mechanical Sub-System Leader of the Project. [Ref] [Ref]
  3. 2nd runners-up “MIST Mongol Barota”, Anatolian Rover Challenge 2022 organized by the Space Exploration Society (UKET), Turkey. Faculty Adviser of the Project. [Ref] [Ref] [Ref]
  1. MIST Dean’s List Honors 2021
  2. Awarded 60% Scholarship in PTAK 2021 for completing CSCA certification, Organized by ISCEA.
  3. Recognition of the Achievement 'MIST Silver Medal' of the MIST Robo Warriors team. [Ref]
  4. Champion of  'Clash of Robots Competition at NDiTC International 2019'. [Ref]
  5. Champion of the “Robo War” segment of “International Telco Warfare 2019” [Ref]
  6. Runners-up of Robo War 2018, A2i Innovation Lab, ICT Division, Bangladesh. [Ref]
  7. Champion at Robot Fight, MIST Robo Fest 2018, Military Institute of Science & Technology.



  1. Zaman, A., Majib, M. S., Tanjim, S. A., Siddique, S. M. Ahasan., Islam, S., Aadeeb, M. S., ... & Islam, M. N. (2022). UVC-PURGE: A Novel Cost-effective Disinfection Robot for  Combating COVID-19 Pandemic. IEEE Access, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3163243 

  2. Zaman, A., Majib, M. S., Tanjim, S. A., Siddique, S. M. Ahasan, Ashraf, F., Islam, S., ... & Rahman, M. M. (2022). Phoenix: Towards Designing and Developing a Human Assistant Rover. IEEE Access, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2022.3170908

  1. S. M. A. Siddique, S. T. Shahid, and H. K. Bhuiyan.“A Robotic Arm for Pick-and-Place Operation: An Experimental Study” presented & awarded as the “Overall BEST Conference paper of ICMEAS 2022” at the International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Applied Sciences (ICMEAS-2022[Ref]

  2. S. M. A. Siddique, S. T. Shahid, M. W. Uddin, M. T. Islam, S. Iman, and H. K. Bhuiyan. "Mechanical Properties and Microscopic Evaluation of Heat Treated D6A Ultra High-Strength Steel" presented at the International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Applied Sciences (ICMEAS-202210.1088/1757-899X/1305/1/012010

  3. S. M. A. Siddique, R. T. Rinath, S. Mosharrof, S. T. Mahmud, and S. Ahmed. “Biomolecular Analysis of Soil Samples and Rock Imagery for Tracing Evidence of Life Using a Mobile Robot” presented at 8th IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances and Innovations in Engineering (ICRAIE 2023). 10.1109/ICRAIE59459.2023.10468310