Prior to joining UNB, I worked nearly 4 years as an Assistant Professor (Universitetslektor) in the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology at Linnaeus University in Sweden. My other experiences include:
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Ryerson University with Dr. Ayse Bener hosted by Data Science Laboratory (DSL) in an IBM CAS project, where I applied Machine Learning techniques in prioritizing test cases in the context of software development and testing.
- Research Scientist at Screaming Power Inc that builds mobile Apps and securely manages energy data for property owners, and enables energy providers to connect and share energy data with their customers, which will allow us to optimize energy consumption.
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) in the Concordia University working with Dr. Ferhat Khendek (Concordia) and Dr. Maria Toeroe (Ericsson Canada Inc, Montreal). I was a member of MAGIC team at Concordia.
With regard to my education:
- 2015: Completed my Ph.D. from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal (University of Montreal), Canada under the supervision of Dr. Naouel Moha and Dr. Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc. My research interests included Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Antipatterns, and Quality of Service (QoS) for Service-based Systems (SBSs). I was a member of Ptidej Team and LATECE Lab.
- 2010: Finished my M.Sc. from University of Trento, Italy in Computer Science with the major on Software Technologies. My MSc thesis titled “Using Interactive Genetic Algorithm for Requirements Prioritization” was supervised by Dr. Paolo Tonella with the (full text on Publications page).
- 2005: Completed my B.Sc. from International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC), Bangladesh in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), major in Software Engineering. My BSc thesis titled “An Efficient Technique for Text Compression” was supervised by Dr. S. M. Kamruzzaman (full text on Publications page).
Travelling to new cities and countries is my passion — countries visited are in green 🙂