I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Virginia (UVA). My Phd research is supervised by Dr. Brad Campbell.
My work aims to enable green and sustainable computing in the domain of cyber-physical systems and Internet-of-Things applications. I design hardware and software techniques to make applications reconfigurable, robust, and resilient when powered from harvested energy. My research takes a step toward enabling sustainable IoT by allowing an energy-harvesting power supply to incorporate sensing, computing, and processing.
I am a proud member of UVA Engineering Link Lab. Before starting my PhD, I received my undergraduate degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2016. I also completed my Masters in Computer Engineering from UVA in 2020.
- Ph.D., Computer Engineering, University of Virginia
- M.S., Computer Engineering, University of Virginia
- B.S., Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
- April 2023 — I have been selected as a Rising Star in CPS to participate in University of Virginia CPS Rising Stars workshop 2023
- March 2023 — Research for Industry talk “Designing Energy-Harvesting Devices for Sustainable Internet-of-Things” at Networking Research Group, Microsoft
- January 2023 — Invited talk “Sustainable Internet-of-Things with Batteryless Energy-harvesting Sensors” at Earth Systems Predictability & Resiliency Group, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- November 2022 — I presented my research on “Broadening the Capabilities of Self-Powered Energy-Harvesting Systems” at the Link Lab Student Seminar!
- November 2022 — I won the University of Virginia Link Lab Student Seminar Award as a recognition of my accomplishements in the cyber-physical systems field!
- November 2022 — Presented SolarWalk paper in ACM BuildSys 2022
- October 2022 — Presented RetroIoT paper in ACM MobiCom 2022
- October 2022 — Presented a 3-MT on my research at ACM S3 workshop at MobiCom 2022.
- September 2022 — I presented my research on Altair project and won the Second Runner up for ACM SIGBED Student Research co-located with Embedded Systems Week.
- August 2022 — I was awarded a Travel Grant to attend ACM MobiCom 2022.
- May 2022 — I presented Altair virtually in ACM IPSN 2022
- September 2021 — I attended the virtual Grace Hopper Celebration as a Student Scholar.
- April 2021 — I participated in the virtual CRA-WP Grad Cohort and was inspired by many interesting talks!
- January 2021 — I gave a talk on “Making IoT Batteryless: Challenges and Opportunities” at the
Embedded Systems Lunch Meetings, University of California, San Diego