Dr M. Arifur Rahman is serving as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in the Interactive Systems Research Groups (ISRG), Department of Computer Science lead by Prof. David J Brown and Co lead by Dr Mufti Mahmud.
Here at NTU, Dr M. Arifur Rahman is serving as a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in the Interactive Systems Research Groups (ISRG), Department of Computer Science lead by Prof. David J Brown and Co lead by Dr Mufti Mahmud. Before taking this position Dr Rahman served as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at Jahangirnagar University from December 2019 where he started as a Lecturer in June 2006. Meanwhile, Dr Rahman completed his PhD in Computer Science from The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK under the supervision of Professor Neil D Lawrence. At The University of Sheffield, he worked as a Demonstrator from 2012 to 2018. He completed his Master's degree in Human Language Technology and Interfaces (HLTI) under the Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Trento, Italy. Dr Rahman received his B.Sc. (Honors) degree from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. For his academic excellence, he was awarded two gold medals, one from the Prime Minister of Bangladesh and another from the President of Bangladesh. He also served as a visiting faculty at the Department of the Electrical & Computer Engineering, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is a life member of the Bangladesh Electronics Society. Dr Rahman has authored two books and a number of journal articles and conference papers.
Dr Rahman's fields of research interest are Machine Learning, Data Science, and Affective Computing. At ML@SITraN, The University of Sheffield, UK he worked on Gaussian process models from Gene Expression Data.
Currently working on the following projects-
Colaboration with Fujitsu.