Professional Experience

Graduate Research Assistant (Aug 2010 – Dec 2012)
MSCS department, Marquette University

 

Assistant Professor, American International University Bangladesh (May 2008 -Aug 2010)
Courses I taught: Business Mathematics I, Business Mathematics II, Business Statistics, Java, C/C++.

Graduate Fellow, CS department, Purdue University (Aug 2007 – Feb 2008)

 

Teaching Assistant, MSCS department, Marquette University (Aug 2005-May 2007)
Key Responsibilities:
COSC 060, Object Oriented Programming, Fall 2005-Spring 2007
COSC 061, Object Oriented Software Design, Fall 2005-Spring 2007

 

System Engineer,Grameen Phone, Bangladesh (Apr, 2005 -Aug, 2005)
Key Responsibilities:
Performance analysis of the network.
Comparing network quality with other telecom operators.
Mining meaningful information from raw data.
Generating customer focused reports for higher authorities.

 

Lecturer, BRAC University, Bangladesh (Feb, 2004 – Apr, 2005)
Courses I taught: Microprocessors,Database Systems,Computer Graphics,Computer Networks

 

Software Engineer, SSDTech, Bangladesh, (Jan, 2003 – Jan, 2004)
Key Responsibilities:
Building and maintaining software applications based on client needs and specifications.
Learning new languages and enhancing existing knowledge of languages.
Attending and participating in status meetings, client meetings and client calls, as necessary.
Communicating with project/team leaders to ensure full understanding of projects or tasks.
Communicating with team members to harvest knowledge of existing systems and techniques that can be used to decrease development time.

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