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 create intelligent algorithms for equipping software agents with the "Network Thinking" capability to form coordination in large and dynamic systems.
My research area revolves around Artificial Intelligence, Agent-based Systems, Network Science, Complex Systems, and Machine Learning.
Currently I am working on three 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 an 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.