Curiosity is Infectious..
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Office: 123E Avery Hall
1144 T St, Lincoln, NE 68588-0115
Phone: (402) 472 5026
Teaching is my passion.
Through my lectures, I want to convey a simple message: how beautiful this life is and that the pleasure of finding things out is overwhelming!
My passion for teaching is inspired by my mentor Richard Feynman!
I am enthusiastic about exploring the frontier of Machine Learning. I create intelligent algorithms to find patterns in the Hamletian "to be or not to be" realm of Big Data!
My research area revolves around Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, Agent-based Systems, Network Science, and Complex Systems.
Currently I am working on the following projects:
I have completed my Ph.D. degree in Computing and Information Systems from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2014. Before joining the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as Assistant Professor of Practice in 2014, I worked as Lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the North South University (Bangladesh). I have obtained a Master degree in Applied Information Technology from the Monash University (Australia). I have a Master of Science degree in Physics. For more information about me, here is a link of my CV.
In 2001, I created a tech startup company (Global Village.Com) to provide Internet-based telecommunication service to the rural areas of Bangladesh. Its mission was to spread the benefit of Internet among the "Computer-Illiterate" people of the under-developed regions of Bangladesh.