About me

I am a graduate (Masters/Ph.D) student at University of Wisconsin-Madison in computer science department. I am also a member of security and privacy group madS&P @UW-Madison.
I earned my Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.

Here is my full CV.

Research interest

My research interest lies in the domain of #security, #privacy, #applied_crypto, #program_analysis.

Currently I am working as part of two projects on Next Generation Compromised Credentials Checking Service (C3S) and Privacy issues for victims in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). I am closely working under Prof. Rahul Chatterjee and Prof. Thomas Ristenpart in these two projects.

Before starting my graduate research journey in security and privacy, I have worked previously on a diverse range of areas e.g., security anti-patterns, Bioinformatics, Bat inspired bio-sonar, and zero day exploits. These research work have resulted in authoring 4 first author peer reviewed publications. See my publication page for details.

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“Sometimes it is the people no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.” - Alan Turing from the Imitation Game