My research lies at the intersection of
networked systems and security, with a particular interest
in verification and testing of implementations of distributed
systems and network protocols. The overarching goal is to
design and develop automated techniques to ensure
secure and reliable operations of networked systems.
My research have resulted in several publications in top peer-reviewed
conferences and journals, and have been integrated in curriculum twice
at Purdue University to teach students secure distributed systems programming.
I have obtained my PhD degree in Computer Science from the
Department of Computer Science at
Purdue University under the supervision of
Dr. Cristina Nita-Rotaru.
I was a member of the
Dependable and Secure Distributed Systems Lab (DS)2
and the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS).
I completed my Master's in Computer Science from
the Department of Mathematics, Statistics,
and Computer Science at Marquette
University and my undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree in Computer
Science and Engineering (CSE) from the department of Computer
Science and Engineering (CSE) at Bangladesh
University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).