I am a software engineer under the Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, leading a team of four to develop a data management system, SciDataManager, for 37.2 Million Dollar funded Plant Phenotyping and Imaging Research Center (P2IRC) project. Before migrating to Canada for higher studies, I was a lecturer at one of the prominent universities in Bangladesh, Daffodil International University. I also worked as a web developer in one of the promising regional youth organizations in Bangladesh, South Asian Youth Society.
I completed my Masters of Science (M.Sc) in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan in January 2020. During my M.Sc, I was a graduate research assistant at Software Research Lab (SRLab) and published two research projects in the top-tier conferences of Software Engineering. Earlier I completed my Bachelor in Computer Science and Engineering from Khulna University, Bangladesh. I was within the top-5 students in my class acquiring a cumulative GPA of 3.53 out of 4.00 that is equivalent to 74% marks.
I was one of the top ACM problem solvers in my bachelor's and got few awards within the university. I participated in national and regional contests regularly. Apart from the programming contest, I devoted my leisure time doing different volunteer and leadership activities. I always feel myself being one of the few fortunate to get all amenities of life without asking. Thus it is my responsibility to ensure the same for the deprived ones.