Areas of Interest
Communication, ICT in Development, Social Media and Youth, Social Simulation, Media Ethics
He has three years’ experience of teaching Communication, Journalism, New Media and Advertising courses at Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). In addition, he is responsible for the coordination of the Masters in Communication (MSJ Graduate Program). He is a Member of MSJ Department’s Self-Assessment Committee, Convener of MSJ Curriculum Review Committee, Assistant Editor of ICT for the Development Working Paper Series (a peer reviewed journal published by ULAB and BIID), Advisor of ULAB TV (ULAB’s campus television), and Advising Editor of Cinepedia (a publication of MSJ Apprenticeship program Cinemascope).
He started his professional career as a broadcast journalist. I worked for RTV, one of the most highly reputed TV channels in Bangladesh. He worked as a Researcher at Ibaraki University, Japan, before joining ULAB.
Selling Tobacco to the Bangladeshi Youth: Communication Strategies to Attract in Addictive Smoking (With Ms. Marium Akther, Assistant Professor, MSJ and Prof. Jude William R. Genilo, HoD, MSJ), Funded under the ULAB Research Grant.
Quarmal, S. B., Itaba, M., Minato, A, and Ozawa, S. (2012). Study of Decision Making Process using Psychology-Oriented Artificial Society Model, Part 1: Proposal of Mathematical Formulation for Computer Simulations of Psychology. Canadian Journal on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Patt
Quarmal, S. B., Kamal, M. K., Afroj, S., Warnajith N., Amin, M. R., Itaba, M., Minato, A, and Ozawa, S. (2012). Study of decision making process using psychology-oriented artificial society model, Part 2: Analysis of decision making process in Bangladesh regarding the acceptance of nuclear power pla
Quarmal, S. B., Ozawa, S. (2013). Acceptance of ICT-Enabled Services among Bangladeshi Farmers. ICT for Development Working Paper Series, 3(2), 20-40.
Quarmal, S. B., and Osmani, M. H., (2015) Role of Social Media in Shaping Communication Behavior of Urban Youth, ICT for Development Working Paper Series, 5 (2)
Quarmal, S. B., and Osmani, M. H., (2016) Role of Social Media in Shaping Communication Behavior of Urban Youth in Bangladesh, Proceedings of International Symposium on ICT for Environmental Sustainability, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 10 – 12 August (pp. 9)
Quarmal, S. B., and Ozawa, S. (2014). Acceptance of ICT-Enabled Services among Bangladeshi Farmers, Proceedings of International Symposium on ICT for Environmental Sustainability, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 23 – 25 June (pp. 76; http://repository.kln.ac.lk/handle/123456789/6638)
Quarmal, S. B., Kamal, M. K., Itaba, M., Minato, A, and Ozawa, S. (2012). Study of Social Decision Making Process Aided by Artificial Society Model, Proceedings of International Seminar on Sustainability Science & ICT, Hitachi, Japan, 26-28 March (available at: http://kissel1.base.ibaraki.ac.jp/isss
Quarmal, S. B., Kamal, M. K., Itaba, M., Minato, A., and Ozawa, S. (2011). Computational model of Social Decision Making process, Proceedings of 7th International Students’ Conference at Ibaraki University, Ami, Japan, 03-04 December
Quarmal, S. B., Dassanayake, G., Patu, V., Joarder M., M., A., Itaba, M., Minato, A., and Ozawa, S. (2009). Use of ICT for Disaster Risk Management Education in Rural Bangladesh: An Approach to Bridge the Technological Gap, Proceedings of the 5th International Students’ Conference at Ibaraki Univers
Axiology of COVID-19 as a linguistic phenomenon in English mass media discourse
Advances in Journalism and Communication.
The Broadcast of the Candidates’ Election Campaign for the 2018 Presidential Election on CRTV: Mediatization of Policy Discourse: Strategy, Forms and Figures.
Advances in Journalism and Communication.
Invited speaker and trainer at Workshop on KISSEL (Knowledge Integration Server System for E-Learning), University of Natural Science, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, October, 2012
“দূরত্ব” Distance (Film- Documentary, 2015)
“ফেরা” Reincarnation (Film- Short Fiction, 2014)