Academic & Other Positions

Education & Training

  • MSc 2011

    Masters in Computer Science

    University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    Thesis: "Design and development of a framework to bridge the gap between real and virtual" [here]

  • MCP2008

    Microsoft Certified Professional

    Online Transcript, Transcript ID: 802356, Access Code: hiramcpd

  • BSc2006

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering

    Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh

    Thesis: "Efficient Digital Image Watermarking Technique Based On Discrete Cosine Transform and Discrete Wavelet Transform" [here]

Honors, Awards and Grants

  • 2010-2011
    Ontario Graduate Scholarship
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    Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) is a very prestigious scholarship. The Ministry of Ontario Government offers 2,000 annual scholarships who will pursue graduate studies with outstanding educational and research activities at a university in Ontario, Canada. Of the 2,000 scholarships awarded annually, 60 are reserved for International Students. The total amount of the Scholarship is $15,000 per year. This is a open competition and I am proud that I was awarded the OGS as an International student in the year 2011-12. [The MCRLab News]
  • 2010-2011
    University of Ottawa, Excellence Award
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    Happy to say that, I am awarded the prestigious University of Ottawa, Excellence Award for significant contribution in research.
  • June 2010
    Best Web Designer Award
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    MCRLab arranged a web application design competition. Several designer participated in this competition. My design selected and I received the best web designer award.
  • June 2007
    Best Finish Award - "Pyxisnet 3D Game Coding Competition"
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    Pyxisnet organized a non - stop 3D game coding competition. There are ten groups and each groups has five contestent. I was in Group C. We created a space shooter game with DirectX and XNA framwork. It was 3 days and 2 night contest. In this contest I created a record of my life, I worked in front of the computer 30 hours long without any rest. This is really a horrible things. At last we get the 'The Best Finish Award'.
  • May 2005
    1st Position in the "Southern Regional Programming Contest"
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    It was September 2005, Saturday. Our University and PGD IT organized a regional programming contest. There are 19 teams (total 57 contestent) from 5 universities. Our team KU ALPHA CENTAURI solved 4 problems out of 6 problems in 5 hours. At the award giving ceremony me and our team was very nurvous because we didn't know who will be the champion. But when the cheif guest (our Vice Chancellor) said our team name, we are very proud of that. I never forget this moment ever in my life.
  • Dec 2006
    Awarded 1st according to the visitors votes at "BRAC Bank IT FAIR"
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    BRAC Bank and UITS organized an IT fair, I and one of my friend (Masud) took a stall in this fair for showing one of our own developed software. We got the most number of visitor vote for different criteria (presentation, software functionality, technology used, usability). [The Daily Star News]
  • Nov 2005
    14th Position in the "ACM ICPC - Dhaka Site-2005"
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    ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) is the most prestigious programming contest all over the world. Problems of this contest is really hard. Need clear knowledge of most of the recognized algorithms. The team who place 1st really good thinker. ICPC-2005 has 8 problems, 99 teams, 5 hours. We solve 3 problems and got the 14th place.
  • 2001 ~ 2005
    Khulna University and Education Board Scholarship
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    I am proud because there are few peoples who have not required any money for studying in university. I think I am also fall in this category. I think I got more money from my university than I spent for my university.
  • March 2004
    3rd Position in "Khulna University Programming Contest- 2004"
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    This was an internal university programming contest. There are 10 teams and 5 problems, we solved 3 problems and got the 3rd place.
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A Wearable Sensor Based Elderly Home Care System in a Smart Environment.

MNA Hossain, A Pal, SA. Hossain.
Conference Papers 2015Smart EnvironmentElderly Care Wearable Sensors Proceedings of ICCIT 2015, Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 2015.
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Abstract

Elderly people need 24-hours care and support for their physical disability and mental weakness. With the ever growth of the elderly people this section needs some importance. But 24-hours caring and monitoring can’t be provided by the family members and caregivers because of their daily affairs. So the question arises here how they gives supportive care to their elderly. The answer is related to the using technology. In every sphere of our life technology is used for making the life easier and comfortable. So the caregivers monitor and care their elderly people with the help of technology. These kind of technologies introduced smart environment. The smart environment informs the caregivers about the current position and status of the elderly people and their living environment. In this paper we introduced a wearable sensor based elderly home care system in a smart environment. We have used personal computers as monitoring system, sensors for sensing data, webservice to communicate between monitoring systems. From our user study we can see that our system is not only useful but also would be helpful for further research in this domain.

A Framework for a Context-Aware Elderly Entertainment Support System.

M. Anwar Hossain, Atif Alamri, Ahmad S. Almogren, SA. Hossain and Jorge Parra.
Journal Paper2014HCI Sensors, December 2014, Volume 14, Issue 6, Pages 10538-10561.
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Abstract

Elderly people constitute a major portion of world's population. Many of them are physically and mentally vulnerable and need continuous support for their health and well-being. There is a growing trend that these elderly people are placed in an ambient assisted living environment (AAL) with an aim to receive better care and support. In such settings, a lot of attention has been given to continuous health monitoring for maintaining physical health status. However, much less attention has been given toward understanding the entertainment needs of the elderly people, which is an important factor relevant to their mental health and joyful living. This paper thus addresses the entertainment needs of the elderly and proposes a framework of an elderly entertainment support system. The proposed framework enables different categories of residents (e.g., elderly people and caregivers) to access various media services in both implicit and explicit manner in order to enhance the quality of their living experience in different contexts. Our experimental results demonstrate the viability of the proposed framework. We believe that the proposed approach will establish the need to develop entertainment systems and services for the elderly people and allow us to sensibly address the problems associated with their independent, happy and active living.

A Gamming Approach In Physical Therapy for Facial Nerve Paralysis Patient.

T. Tasneem, A. Shome and SA.Hossain.
Conference Papers 2013HCI Proceedings of ICCIT 2013, December 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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Abstract

This work is based on developing a system for the Bell's palsy, a type of facial nerve paralysis, patients to help them in passive exercise, which is one of the major ways to recovery. This exercise method will be provided in the form of computer game so the user will be able to perform exercise without the hardship that comes with active exercise. It will also show how much this system helps the patients and how its performance is analyzed by the users' i. e. the patients. We will also show that how passive exercise is preferable to current active one. As per initial experimentation, we found out that the proposed gaming approach for Bell's palsy recovery is useful to the patient.

Haptic Interaction and Avatar Animation Rendering Centric Telepresence in Second Life.

A. Rahman, SA.Hossain, and A. El Saddik.
Book Chapter2012Telepresence Multimedia Image and Video Processing by CRC Press, March 2012, Pages 717-739, Edition 02, ISBN 978-1-4398-3086-4.
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Book Abstract

In the past 10 years, we have witnessed the significant advances in multimedia research and applications. Amount of new technologies have been invented for various fundamental multimedia research problems. They are helping the computing machines better perceive, organize, and retrieve the multimedia content. With the rapid development of multimedia hardware and software, nowadays we can easily make, access and share considerable multimedia contents, which could not be imagined only 10 years before. All of these result in many urgent technical problems for effectively utilizing the exploding multimedia information, especially for efficient multimedia organization and retrieval in different levels from personal photo albums to web-scale search and retrieval systems. We look into some of these edge cutting techniques arising in the past few years, and in brevity summarize how they are applied to the emerging multimedia research and application problems.

Ant-based service selection framework in smart home monitoring environment.

M. Shamim Hossain, SA. Hossain AM. Alamri, and A. El Saddik.
Journal Paper2012Smart Home Multimedia Tools and Applications (MTAP), Pages 1-21, February 2012. Impact: 0.885
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Abstract

Selecting ambient media services in a smart home monitoring environment is challenging. Services in such an environment should be ubiquitous, adaptive, and robust with respect to access and delivery. Many different techniques exist for selecting services in smart environments, for example, dynamic programming, genetic algorithms, and fuzzy logic. However, existing approaches to service selection fail to address the dynamic nature of the services and the requirement of considering the user context and user satisfaction. We address this issue by proposing an ant-inspired service selection framework based on dynamic user preferences and satisfaction. This ant-inspired approach is robust to failures and adaptive to dynamic context. The proposed framework enables different categories of residents (e.g., elderly people, fathers with children, mothers, and so on) to access various media services in such a way that their experiences are optimized with regard to their surrounding environment. Experimental results demonstrate the viability of the proposed framework.

Measurements of Multi-modal Approach to Haptic Interaction in Second Life Inter-personal Communication System.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, and A. El Saddik.
Journal Paper2011Haptic IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, Volume 60, Number 11, Pages 3547-3558, November 2011. Impact: 1.098
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Abstract

The sense of touch has much importance in technology-mediated human emotion communication and interaction. Many researchers around the world are aiming to leverage the sense of touch in the communication medium between multiuser 3D virtual world and real environment. Driven by the motivation, we explored the possibilities of integrating haptic interactions with Linden Lab's multiuser online virtual world, Second Life. We enhanced the open source Second Life viewer client in order to facilitate the communications of emotional feedbacks such as human touch, encouraging pat and comforting hug to the participating users through real-world haptic stimulation. These emotional feedbacks that are fundamental to physical and emotional development in turn can enhance the users interactive and immersive experiences with the virtual social communities in the Second Life. In this paper, we describe the development of a prototype that realizes the aforementioned virtual-real communication through a haptic-jacket system. Some of the potential applications of the proposed approach includes distant lover's communication, remote child caring, and stress recovery.

DBF-MLT: NP-Completeness of Specialized Voice Service in Networked Virtual Environment a Peer-to-Peer Approach.

SA. Hossain, T. Tabassum.
Conference Papers 2013HCI Proceedings of ICCIT 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 2013.
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Abstract

Several researchers have successfully developed realistic technique for specialized voice service in networked virtual enthronement (NVE) like Second Life. Specialized voice service in virtual environment enables users to speak to each other naturally and seamlessly. The spatial 3D avatar location and the voice direction in the virtual environment are used to generate realistic sound. Although with this specialized audio or voice streaming in virtual environment the real user can more easily identify who is talking, if several people are taking simultaneously. But this is a challenging task to stream the voice or audio data to the users' machine by considering the user bandwidth limit and the tight latency constraint and this can be formalized as a NP-complete problem. In this paper, we presented the proof of NP-completeness of the specialized audio streaming problem called DBF-MLT.

Neural net based complete character recognition scheme for Bangla printed text books.

SA. Hossain, T. Tabassum.
Conference Papers 2013OCR Proceedings of ICCIT 2013, Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 2013.
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Abstract

In this paper we propose a neural net based characters recognition scheme for Bangla printed text books. There are a lot of scientific literature, novels, magazines and books etc that are written in Bangla language. More than 400 million people use Bangla language. Most of the library and educational institutions want to keep copy of the books in a digital format. For storing those books in digital text format we need a good character recognition schemes by which we can convert the scanned text book images to editable texts. The key contribution of our research highlights this issue. We propose four main stages namely preprocessing, segmentation, training-recognition and post-processing. In the beginning the input book images preprocessed by rotation, scaling, binarization and noise elimination. The binarized image is then segmented and extracted into individual characters that are trained and recognized by an artificial neural network. Finally, the process ends by reconstructing the text in the post processing stage.

Obstacles invariant navigation of An Autonomous Robot based on GPS.

MAA Ahasan, SA. Hossain, and AU Siddiquee.
Conference Papers 2012HCI Proceedings of ICCIT 2012, Chittagong, Bangladesh, December 2012.
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Abstract

Robotics has a momentous features and application in our daily life. It can make our life faster easier and comfortable. Many researchers around the world are trying to develop an effective robotic system for household or industrial equipment management purposes. Global positioning System (GPS) is good for reaching high accuracy techniques to track the equipment current position. Motivating from this works in this paper we proposed the design and development of a prototype system which is based on GPS navigation and IR sensor for detecting and avoiding obstacle in dynamic context. As per the initial experimentation, we found out that the proposed approach of obstacle avoiding mechanism is appealing and useful to the user. Some of the potential applications of the proposed system include household appliances or hospital apparatus movement and children guidance.

Remote-Touch: Augmented reality based marker tracking for Smart Home control.

AMohmmad Ullah, MR Islam, SF Aktar, SA. Hossain.
Conference Papers 2012Smart Home Proceedings of ICCIT 2012, Chittagong, Bangladesh, December 2012.
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Abstract

People of physical limitations like old age people, physically disabled people, and autistic people face a lot of challenges to accomplish their daily tasks. It is hard for them to operate regular appliances (like fan, light, opening or closing the window) which may seem very casual for us who are physically blessed. Now a days touch based controlling has greater psychological impact on human mind. Touch uses the user's imagination power more. Driven by these key thinking, we have thought of a home appliance controlling system - touch based smart home which augments the users real life experience. In this paper we describe the development of a prototype that uses the augmented reality based on touch controlling system to control the daily home appliances in a smart home. We have used a smart phone to design the user interface, QR code to track appliances, web service to communicate between the central controlling system and a client app (the smart phone), through X10 to control the appliances physically.

Bringing Virtual Events into Real Life in Second Life Home Automation System.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2011Smart Home Proceedings of VECIMS 2011 - the IEEE Conference on Virtual Environments, Human-Computer Interfaces and Measurement Systems, Ottawa, Canada, September 2011.
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Abstract

In this paper we propose the design and development of a prototype system to monitor and control a physical home and to bridge the interaction gap between the virtual and real world device control mechanism. We created a virtual 3D home in Second Life that mimics the look of a physical home. In the physical home environment different devices and sensors are connected in order to ensure a safe and automated home. Any event that occurs in the physical space of the smart home is then synchronized with the virtual environment. More importantly, the virtual home interface provides the option to control the physical smart devices. By using the Second Life virtual interface the home owner have a better look to monitor or control the home appliances. As per the initial experimentation, we found out that the proposed approach of Second Life based home automation system is appealing and useful to the user.

Fusion of Face Networks through the Surveillance of Public Spaces to address Sociological Security Recommendations.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2011Surveillance Proceedings of ICME 2011 - the IEEE Conference on Multimedia and Expo, Pages 1-6, Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.
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Abstract

Researchers around the world are trying to address the ever increasing security requirements by bringing new approaches to surveillance specifically in public places like school, railway, subway station, air port etc. To establish and sustain security in public spaces, surveillance plays a key role in technology-dependent governance common to many countries in the world. Traditionally, through the routine surveillance, an automated security system gains knowledge about people and their activities in a certain space. In this paper we are proposing a fusion algorithm to aggregate surveillance parameters from more than one such spaces. Inspired by existing works on social network analysis based on human photos, we propose a new face network structure model. These face network structures are later fused to obtain sociological parameters of a person of interest and gather recommendations about the circle of associates of that individual. We believe these type of recommendations are helpful in comprehensive investigation purposes.

Interpersonal haptic communication in second life.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2010Haptic Proceedings of HAVE 2010 - the 9th IEEE International Symposium on Haptic Audio Visual Environments and Games, Pages 1-4, Arizona, USA, Oct 2010.
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Abstract

Potential of nonverbal communication as the communication medium between multiuser 3D virtual worlds and real environment are attracting the interest of many researchers around the world. Driven by the motivation, we explored the possibilities of integrating haptic interactions with Linden Lab's multiuser online virtual world, Second Life. We developed an add-on to the Second Life communication channel in order to facilitate emotional feedbacks such as human touch, encouraging pat and comforting hug to the participating users through real-world haptic simulation. These social touch that are fundamental to physical and emotional development in turn can enhance the users interactive and immersive experiences with the virtual social communities in the Second Life. In this paper, we describe the development of a prototype that realizes the aforementioned virtual-real communication through a haptic-jacket system. Some of the potential applications of the proposed approach include remote child caring, stress recovery, distant lover's communication etc.

Bridging the Gap between Virtual and Real World by Bringing an Interpersonal Haptic Communication System in Second Life.

A. Rahman, SA. Hossain, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2010Haptic Proceedings of ISM 2010 - the IEEE International Symposium on Multimedia, Pages 228-235, Taichung, Taiwan, December 2010.
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Abstract

The sense of touch has much importance in technology-mediated human emotion communication and interaction. Many researchers around the world are aiming to leverage the sense of touch in the communication medium between multi-user 3D virtual world and real environment. Driven by the motivation, we explored the possibilities of integrating haptic interactions with Linden Lab's multi-user online virtual world, Second Life. We enhanced the open source Second Life viewer client in order to facilitate the communications of emotional feedbacks such as human touch, encouraging pat and comforting hug to the participating users through real-world haptic stimulation. These emotional feedbacks that are fundamental to physical and emotional development in turn can enhance the users interactive and immersive experiences with the virtual social communities in the Second Life. In this paper, we describe the development of a prototype that realizes the aforementioned virtual-real communication through a haptic-jacket system. Some of the potential applications of the proposed approach includes distant lover's communication, remote child caring, and stress recovery.

Location aware question answering based product searching in mobile handheld devices.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, T. Tran, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2010E-Commerce Proceedings of DS-RT 2010 - the 14th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, Pages 189-195, Fairfax, Virginia, USA, Oct 2010.
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Abstract

In this research we present a question answering based searching technique for location based shopping. A user may ask a question to the system as they naturally ask to a human while the system retrieves the search results by analyzing the given question and the current GPS location. Based on the retrieved results, the system carry out conversation with the user to explicitly understand his/her needs and accordingly filters search results for display. The conversation between the system and the user is based on word co-occurrence keyword extraction and Artificial Intelligence Markup Language (AIML) technique. As per initial experimentation, we found out that the proposed approach of conversation based shopping is appealing and useful to the user.

Augmented rendering of makeup features in a smart interactive mirror system for decision support in cosmetic products selection.

A. Rahman, T. Tran, SA. Hossain, and A. El Saddik.
Conference Papers 2010Smart Device Proceedings of DS-RT 2010 - the 14th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications, Pages 203-206, Fairfax, Virginia, USA, October 2010.
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Abstract

We propose a smart mirror system to display an augmented 3D representation of the user with makeup features. In this approach the user is able to view the possible outcomes of different makeup applications in the smart mirror without affecting the real face appearance in the process. The system incorporates 3D face construction, IR based face tracking and OpenGL material extensive rendering approach to deliver the augmented made-up face. We argue that by viewing the augmented grooming features the users will be able to flexibly decide the makeup products of their choice.

Haptic based emotional communication system in second life.

SA. Hossain, A. Rahman, and A. El Saddik.
Demo Paper 2010Haptic Proceedings of HAVE 2010 - the 9th IEEE International Symposium on Haptic Audio Visual Environments and Games, Pages.1-1, Arizona, USA, October 2010.
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Abstract

The sense of touch has much importance in technology-mediated human emotion communication and interaction. Many researchers around the world are aiming to leverage the sense of touch in the communication medium between multiuser 3D virtual world and real environment. Driven by the motivation, we explored the possibilities of integrating haptic interactions with Linden Lab's multiuser online virtual world, Second Life. We enhanced the open source Second Life viewer client in order to facilitate the communications of emotional feedbacks such as human touch, encouraging pat and comforting hug to the participating users through real-world haptic stimulation.

DWT based digital watermarking technique and its robustness on image rotation, scaling, jpeg compression, cropping and multiple watermarking.

SMM. Islam, R. Debnath, and SA. Hossain.
Conference Papers 2007Image Processing Proceedings of ICICT 2007 - International Conference on Information and Communication Technology, Pages 246-249, Dhaka, Bangladesh, March 2007.
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Abstract

We propose in this paper a Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) based digital image watermarking technique. For embedding process, we consider the watermark signal as a binary sequence which is embedded to the high (HL and HH) frequency band of the blue channel. For detecting process, the correlation between the high frequency band DWT coefficients of the watermarked image and the watermark signal is compared with the predefined threshold to determine whether the watermark is present or not. The experimental results show that the method is comparatively robust to several attacks such as rotation, scaling, JPEG compression, cropping, and multiple watermarking.

Improvement of the Performance of DCT Based Digital Image Watermarking Technique.

SA. Hossain, SMM. Islam, and R. Debnath.
Conference Papers 2006Image Processing Proceedings of ICCIT 2006 - the 9th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh. December 2006.
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Abstract

In this paper we propose an image watermarking technique based on DCT (Discrete Cosine Transform). The DCT is considered as containing low and high frequency band. The watermark signal is a binary sequence which is embedded to the selected DCT coefficients from high frequency band to the low frequency band of the host image. For watermark detection, the correlation between the selected DCT coefficients of the watermarked image and the watermark signal is compared with the predefined threshold which is used to determine whether the watermark is present or not. The experimental results show that the embedded watermark can resist to attack such as rotation, scaling, JPEG compression, cropping, and multiple watermarking.

Designing 14-Segment Display for English Alphabet.

SA. Hossain, and MIA. Khan.
Conference Papers 2004HCI Proceedings of ICCIT 2006 - the 7th International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Dec 2004.
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Abstract

One of the simplest and most prevalent methods for displaying numerical digits uses a 7-segment formation to produce the decimal characters 0 through 9. A method for 14-segment formation system to display English Alphabet characters has been proposed in this paper. The 14-segment is arranged in such a way that these segments can characterize the entire English Alphabet. There are at most 26 Alphabet patterns to be displayed in English language and 5 bits are used to represent each of them. For each pattern particular segments are activated. A number of switching circuits and their respective combinational logic have been designed in order to represent each pattern.

Currrent Teaching

Teaching History

  • CSE3203
  • CSE3200
  • CSE2114
  • CSE1201
  • CSE4129
  • CSE5503
  • CSE4127
  • KUPC
  • CIT2202
  • CSE1103
  • CIT1101
  • CSI3140
  • CSI2911
  • CSE4111
  • CSE4205

Research Demo

  • Smart home control using virtual environments

    Discover lab, University of Ottawa, Canada

    In this video we demonstrate the smart home control using a virtual environment. Although the virtual environment has lot of facilities. But it has limited capability to communicate with the real world devices to automate or control a physical space like a smart home. By using this system people can control their home through virtual environment.

  • Artificial Intelligent Markup Language (AIML) based Chabot System

    This demo demonstrating an Artificial Intelligent Markup Language (AIML) based Chabot system that I developed in Multimedia Communication Research Lab, University of Ottawa. The system has the following features that increase its intelligence: Google calendar integration? User can search related information from their Google event calendar. Dynamic AIML building? When any information found from the internet and which is not in its local knowledge database, it store. News, Image searching facility. Spelling correction facility. HTTP link in the interface and user can open it in the browser.

  • Design and development of a framework to bridge the gap between real and virtual

    Several researchers have successfully developed realistic models of real world objects/ phenomena and then have simulated them in the virtual world. In this thesis, we propose the opposite: instantiating virtual world events in the real world. The interactive 3D virtual environment provides a useful, realistic 3D world that resembles objects/phenomena of a real world, but it has limited capability to communicate with the physical environment. We argue that new and intuitive 3D user interfaces, such as 3D virtual environment interfaces, may provide an alternative form of media for communicating with the realenvironment. We propose a 3D virtual world-based add-on architecture that achieves a synchronized virtual-real communication. In this framework, we explored the possibilities of integrating haptic and real world object interactions with Linden Lab’s multiuser online 3D virtual world, Second Life. We enhanced the open source Second Life viewer client in order to facilitate communications between the real and virtual world. Moreover, we analyzed the suitability of such an approach in terms of user perception, intuition and other common parameters. Our experiments suggest that the proposed approach not only demonstrates a more intuitive mode of communication system, but also is appealing and useful to the user. Some of the potential applications of the proposed approach include remote child-care, communication between distant lovers, stress recovery, and home automation.

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IP15:01 Clone site - bdnews24.com - both English, Bangla PHP, Responsive
IP15:02 Clone site - www.priyo.com PHP, Responsive
IP15:03 App store application like Google play PHP, Responsive
IP15:04 Any Mobile Friendly site Phone Gap
IP15:05 Any site using Angular.js Angular.js
IP15:06 PSD to HTML conversion HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Photoshop
IP15:07 PSD to HTML conversion HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Photoshop
IP15:08 Youtube like site PHP
IP15:09 Employee Time Log / Attendence System Laravel
IP15:10 Site Like bikroy.com Laravel
IP15:11 Student Information System Laravel
IP15:12 Wordpress Theme Framework Genesis, Wordpress
IP15:13 Wordpress Theme Framework Radix, Wordpress
IP15:14 Wordpress Theme Wordpress
IP15:15 Wordpress Theme Wordpress
IP15:16 Hacking and Web Vulnerability, Code Analysis Acunetix
IP15:17 Any New Web Idea (Must be original)
IP15:18 Any New Web Idea (Must be original)