Tarak Aziz is currently working at Digital Technology Care (DTC), Bangladesh as a Junior Market Analyst (JMA). He has completed his bachelor's degree in Disaster Management from the Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies (IDMVS), the University of Dhaka in 2018 with 1st class second. In recent years, he has presented his research works in UR Flood Co-Risk Lab 2019 (Thailand), YSI Asia convening 2019 (Vietnam), GDN 19th conference on Research-Policy Nexus 2019 (Germany) and 2020 conference on Forced Displacement (Denmark). All of his research mainly focuses on Disaster and Climate change as well as forced displacement and Internally displaced persons (IDP). He has published his research on Pressure and Release for Hazards of Bangladesh (DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.20495.12968) in the Journal of South Asian Studies. Apart from this, He has published his research on the forced displacement through the Rohingya Crisis in Comparative Perspective at University College London (UCL), United Kingdom (UK). Further, he has published some of his research papers with different international conferences.
Mr. Tarak has extensive research experience in Disaster and Climate change as an undergraduate research assistant for almost 2 years. Apart from this, he worked with Oxford University and REACH for ‘improvement of urban water quality”, British Red Cross for ‘vulnerability to resilience” and Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR) for ‘Problems of Disability During Disaster”. He has completed his internship at the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR), Bangladesh in 2018. At present, he is working as secretary of International Affairs in Dhaka University Research Society (DURS) and advisor of the School of Ghasful (SoG), University of Dhaka.