I am a Masters student at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill. I am working at the Systems and Control Group,Center for Intelligent Machines (CIM) under the supervision of Professor Aditya Mahajan. I was a former Research Engineer (Software Development) at Department Of Biomedical Physics and Technology, University of Dhaka under the supervision of Dr. Siddique-e- Rabbani. I completed my undergraduate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Islamic University of Technology (IUT).
I am primarily interested in using Machine Learning algorithms for achieving optimal control of multiagent systems. My research focus is therefore at the intersection of Reinforcement learning and Control systems for intelligent control applications. Additionally I am also interested to work in data-efficient learning in robotics and reinforcement learning inspired from work in Bayesian optimization.
Furthermore, I am also interested in domains of RL/MDPs for scalable navigation and manipulation, especially novel algorithms that can be deployed on humanoid robots. I also have broad interest in unsing deep neural networks as function approximators in reinforcement learning algorithms that solves the limitation of the need to develop task-specific feature representations.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.(2011-2015)
Thesis Topic: Binary Classification of Malignant and Benign Tissue using Logistic Regression with Dynamic Sigmoid Function Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rakibul Islam
GCE O and A levels (2009-2011)
Android Application for an Indegenous Portable ECG Machine.
Software for automatic frequency domain analysis from evoked EMG response.
Learning algorithm to classify QRS complexes for acceptable ECG traces.
Remote switching and regulation of 220V device using internet.
Modified version of a stethoscope with visual feedback.
Quadcopter providing an airborne extension to a remote rover.
Android SpO2 application.
Room 438, McConnel Engineering Building