I have completed my Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at Indiana University-Bloomington under the supervision of Prof. Ryan Henry. We explored Private Information Retrieval (PIR), a Privacy-Enhancing Technology, to turn it from a theoretical construct to a useful tool in the privacy practitioners toolkit.
Recently, I have pursued a research internship at the International Computer Science Institute, ICSI (affiliated with UC Berkeley). I worked in a Censorship Circumvention project with Dr. Sadia Afroz and Prof. Damon McCoy.
Before that, for May 2012 - Aug 2014, I worked as a Research & Development Engineer in the Offshore R&D Lab of Kona International, South Korea at Dhaka, Bangladesh. The company is specialized as a global provider of Smart Card Technology and Cryptographic Solutions.
Previously, I have earned my BS and Engg. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) on April 1, 2012.
Querying for Queries: Indexes of Queries for Efficient and Expressive IT-PIR.
An efficient scanning based learning free algorithm for face detection.
Protecting Tor Hidden Services with Tunicate Onion Descriptors.
Practical Evaluation of Proxy Distribution Mechanisms in Tor.
System of Knowledge: Private Information Retrieval.