In few words I am -
Currently a first-year Ph.D. student in the Rochester Institute Of Technology. My research interest is focused on System Security. Mainly I am working towards building secure systems with required efficiency for Cortex-M and Cortex-A systems. I also interested in working on FPGA based security solutions. Research assistant at the Computer Engineering Department of the Rochester Institute Of Technology. My advisor is Professor Ziming Zhao.
Regarding database languages I had used MySQL/MariaDB, Postgres,eMatrix.
Ph.D. in Computing and Information Sciences, 2019 to Present
Rochester Institute Of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA.
BSc in Computer Science and Engineering, 2017
Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh.
Research AssistantAugust 2019 – Present Full TimeCortex-A Cortex-M TrustZone FPGA LLVMCactiLab is a security research lab at Rochester Institude Of Technology directed by my advisor professor ziming zhao. The main research focus of the lab is centered around solving security vulnerabilities in Cortex-A and Corte-M systems. These systems lack security primitives comapred to traditional desktop systems due to lack of hardware features and performance consideration. We paln to derive suitable security solutions for these systems with available hardware features.
Software Engineer, Full StackJuly 2017 – August 2019 Full TimeSpring MVC Spring Boot MySQL Struts 2.0 EmatrixBJIT is one of the leading companies in Bangladesh. Most of the work is related to JAVA development. Worked in PLM(Product LifeCycle ManageMent) system for a long time of Valmet(A finish production company).
SkillsC & C++ Java Python Grails
Spring Boot Spring 3
eMatrix MySQL/MariaDB PgSQL Presto
PublicationsObjective of this thesis is to provide reliable key exchange and to transmit data efficiently. This thesis is based on presenting a way to transmit data within two parties with the ability to detect any eavesdropper. While traditional cryptosystems such as RSA,DES,AES etc. have become vulnerable Quantum Key Distribution(QKD) provides a platform for secure data transmission. The experiment is primarily based on two theorems, “Heisenberg uncertainty theorem” and “no-cloning theorem” both is relate to QKD for secure data transmission.In IEEE
University Faculty Dean Award in the session 2015-16.
Got honors in both semesters in 4th year
Joined BJIT as a Software Engineer
Moved to Dhaka
Started Working on PLM system of Infosis
Intra Batch Programming Contest 2014 (5st Position).
Research InterestMachine Learning Natural Language Processing Computer Vision
System Security Information Security Cybersecurity Web Security Software Security