I am a first year P.hD. student in Computer Science at University of
California, Riverside (UCR),
advised by Dr. Manu Sridharan and a member of the RIPLE group. My research is at the intersection of
Program Analysis and Software Security.
I am currently working on resource leaks and their automated repairs solutions.
Before embarking on my Ph.D. journey, I held the role of senior software engineer at OpenRefactory, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based deep-tech software company that focuses on automatically fixing security, reliability, and compliance bugs.
I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. I completed my undergraduate thesis under the supervision of professor Dr. Rifat Shahriyar on addressing atomicity bugs in software. Besides that, I worked with Dr. Gias Uddin and Dr. Anindya Iqbal on an empirical study of low-code software development challenges.
Apart from my academic activities, I like to travel to new places. In my free time, I enjoy solving problems on data structure and algorithms, watching anime, and playing FPS games.
- Joined Riverside Programming Languages and Software Enginnerring (RIPLE) Lab at UC Riverside for my Ph.D. [Sep '23]
- Received fully funded PhD offers from Purdue University, UC Riverside, University of Colorado Boulder, UC Davis, and NC State University. [Mar '23]
- Developer Discussion Topics on the Adoption and Barriers of Low Code Software Development Platforms is published in the EMSE Journal. [Nov '22]
- Attended Global DevSlam '22 in Dubai, UAE as an exhibitor. [Oct '22]
- Attended TOEFL iBT exam and scored 103 out of 120 (R-25, L-29, S-23, W-26). [Aug '22]
- An Empirical Study of Developer Discussions on Low Code Software Development Challenges is published in the 2021 Mining Software Repositories Conference. [May '21]