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A career opportunity in Software Design, Analysis and Development.
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Master of Science May 2003
Major: Computer Science 3.95/4.00 G.P.A.
University of Minnesota Duluth
Bachelor of Science May 2001
Major: Computer Science 3.97/4.00 G.P.A.
National University Bangladesh
Bachelor of Science December 1996
Major: Maritime Science (with Honors)
Operating Systems :
UNIX(Solaris, SunOS), Windows(95/98/NT/ME), MacOS 8.x, Minix, MS-DOS.
C, C++, Java, Visual Basic, Lisp, Pro C, SQL, Awk, Assembly Language, Prolog, VHDL, UML, X/Motif, Meta-HTML, HTML.
Software Packages :
SRGP, SPHIGS, Visual C++, MS Office Suit, PhotoShop, FrontPage, Turbo C++, Borland C++ Builder,
Borland J++ Builder and SQL Plus.
Summer Internship, Guidant Corporation, St. Paul May 2002 - August 2002
Design and develop "Device Heart Signal Response Analysis System", a testing tool to verify the device response to digital heart signals, detect errors and graphically display the device analysis report.
Teaching Assistant, Computer Science Dept., University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Sept 2001 - present:
Teach "Structural Programming in Java" in discussion class, assist the professor and grade assignments.
Information Consultant, Career Services, University of Minnesota Duluth, April 2000 - May 2001:
Maintain and enhance the Career Services website using Apache, MySQL and Meta-HTML on a Debian Linux server. Designed and implemented online forms used by employers to search student resumes and to register for job fairs organized by UMD. Offer technical support to staff members.
Lab Consultant, Information Technology Systems and Services, University of Minnesota Duluth, Sept 1999 – May 2001:
Assist students with software applications. Install hardware and software in lab computers. Troubleshoot and assist with day to day handling of the labs. Work on various web development projects.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Mathematics Department, University of Minnesota Duluth, Dec 1998 - Dec 1999:
Tutor students in Calculus. Grade student assignments. Assist the instructor with class work.
Device Heart Signal Response Analysis System, Summer 2002 -
Designed and developed a tool to test device responses to digitized heart signals, detect errors and graphically display the device analysis report. The analyzer was implemented using C and the graphical display was implemented using Visual Basic.
Multiple Sequence Alignment, Spring 2002 -
Implemented and compared efficiency and accuracy of two different genomic algorithms for finding the multiple sequence alignment of a set of protein sequences using C programming language.
Non Stop Chatter Box, Fall 2001 -
Implemented a Chatterbot applying Natural Language Processing techniques using Java.
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Grant, Computer Science, Fall 2000 - Spring 2001 -
Perform a comprehensive test and evaluation of the Bagging method to create ensembles of k-Nearest Neighbor classifiers.
Database Management System, Spring 2001 -
Implemented Buffer Page Manager, Heap File Manager, Catalog Manager and Query Processor of a Database Management System using C++.
Host and User Authentication, Fall 2000 -
Implemented virtual sockets that use virtual addresses instead of the Unix socket API with IP addresses. All the virtual nodes that understand the virtual addresses comprise a Virtual Transport Network (VTN).
Paint Brush, Spring 2000 -
Implemented a drawing utility that enabled the user to draw and edit painting on the screen using mouse. It was implemented using SRGP library and C.
Library Database System, Fall 1999 –
Implemented a central library database program to interact with the Oracle server and update all the branches of the library using Pro C and SQL language. The user interface was built in Unix and had the options for users and officials.
Game "Othello",, Fall 1999 -
GUI implementation of Othello game using X/Motif and C++. Two or one person can play the game where computer will play against a person using minimax algorithm and alpha-beta pruning.
Game "8 Puzzle", Fall 1999 -
GUI implementation of 8-puzzle game using X/Motif and C++. Priority Search based on Manhattan distance heuristic value is used to find the shortest solution from any state of the puzzle.
Summa Cum Laude, May 2001 - for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
The Outstanding Senior, May 2001, Department of Computer Science, University of Minnesota Duluth.
International Student Scholarship, Fall 1999 – Spring 2001
Dean's List all semesters, Fall 1998 - Spring 2001.
President’s Gold Medal – the Best All Round Cadet in Bangladesh Marine Academy 1996.
Bangladesh Shipping Corporation Award-the Best All Round Cadet of 1996.
Government Scholarship for outstanding performance in Higher Secondary Examination.
Government Scholarship for outstanding performance in Secondary School Examination.
Member, CSGSA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Member, UMD International Club.
Intramural Soccer Champion, UMD (2000).
Intramural Soccer, UMD (1998).
Intramural volleyball, UMD (1998).
Member, Bangladesh Student Association, University of Oklahoma.
Chief Cadet Captain, Bangladesh Marine Academy (1996).
Member, Mariner’s Association, Bangladesh.
Basic Fire Fighting Certificate.
Basic First Aid Certificate.
Basic Sea Survival Certificate.
References: Available upon request