About me

I am a 3rd year PhD student at the University of Arizona. My advisor is Professor Kate Isaacs. My current research is focused on data visualization, high performance computing, and distributed computing.

Right now, with Dr. Isaacs, I am working in the Traveler Project, an integrated graph visualization system for asynchronous multi-task execution. I am trying to improve the existing visualization of Traveler, incorporate additional performance data, and optimize backend data handling procedures. The performance data is collected from a sample run on Phylanx, a general purpose computation system of distributed arrays to enhance operations over commodity cloud system, using OTF2 format and presented over WEB using D3.

I was born in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, and grew up there. In 2013, I finished my undergraduate in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Dhaka. I earned my MS in the same subject from the same university in 2016. During my MS study, I worked with Professor Dr. Md. Abdur Razzaque in his Green Networking Research (GNR) Lab on resource sharing problem of co-located cognitive radio networks. At the end of my MS research, I developed a dedicated NS3 (network simulator 3) module for wireless regional area network to simulate and test our solution methodology. While working on the NS3 module - distributed code execution, trace data accumulation with feature detection, and visualization problems piqued my intention to work further on these fields. After working in the industry - as a software engineer - for more than two years, I've got myself enrolled into the PhD program at the University of Arizona.