Navid Bin Ahmed

International

ICICSA 2018, Pattaya, Thailand

The international Conference on Inventive Computing Systems, organized by Inventive Research Organization at Pattaya, Thailand on April 13-14, 2018. The paper was on the extended version of the design and development of the auto-controlled robot for remote information monitoring, which was developed in collaboration with IUB and Institute of Electronics at Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. It was published in a Scopus indexed International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics. (Photo: Receiving the participation and presentation certificate from Dr. S. Smyth)

IEEE ICICT 2018, Coimbatore, India

2018 3rd IEEE international Conference on Inventive Computation Technology, held  at Coimbatore, India on November 15-16, 2018. My first work on biomedical engineering and first participation in an IEEE conference, which got eventually a turning point for my later endeavors. In this work, I proposed and introduced an idea of a novel satellite-based health monitoring system for telemedicine  application with the possibility to be deployed globally. The paper focused mainly on the partial fraction of the over-all project.  It was published in IEEE XPlorer, but extended the work to develop bio-engineering prototypes later.  (Photos: Receiving the participation and presentation certificate from Dr. Anjaylulu,

To the rigth is a picture of me with prof Dr Abul Bashar, King Fahd University, KSA)

ICEICT 2018, Dhaka, Bangladesh

The International Conference on Electronics and ICT, held on November 25-26, 2018 at Atomic Energy Center in Dhaka. The survey based project involved the study on the accidental nuclear occurrences and in the perspective of Bangladesh it also upholds the state of the preparedness in case a nuclear downfall takes place. Conducted in collaboration with IUB and Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. The work was guided by Bangladesh Army.

 

IEEE IEMTRONICS 2020, Vancouver, Canada

2020 IEEE international Conference on IoT, Electronics and Mechatronics was held virtually from  Vancouver, Canada on September 9-12, 2020. The research identified and analyzed the challenges on the pathways of technological and medical advancement in Bangladesh, based on a real survey data conducted among the mass localities in Thakurgaon, Bangladesh. First time ever, a research focusing on the drawbacks of technological progresses for Bangladesh has been published on the IEEE platform. Prof Dr. Shahriar Khan was the co-author of the paper, and he was awarded with the Best Presentation title for his another first authored paper published in the same conference. (news link, photo: certificate of participation )     

IEEE IEMTRONICS 2021, Toronto, Canada

2021 IEEE international Conference on IoT, Electronics and Mechatronics will be held virtually from  Toronto, Canada in April 2021. Me, (with co-authorship of) Dr. Shahriar Khan from IUB and Dr Shazzad Hossain and Nuzhat Arifa Haque, both from NSU collaborated for the first time on covid19 symptom detector as part of the Undergraduate thesis project. I assisted as the thesis co-supervisor at the Dept of CSE at NSU. The conference is expected to be adorned by the presence of the prominent research scientists, professors and engineers from various renowned universities and organizations across the world.   

NCEI 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh

The National Conference on Electronics and ICT, held on April 20, 2017 at Atomic Energy Center in Dhaka. The paper was on the design and development of the auto-controlled robot for remote information monitoring, conducted in collaboration with IUB and Institute of Electronics at Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission.

NCEI 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh

The National Conference on Electronics and Informatics was held on December 3-4, 2019 at Atomic Energy Center in Dhaka. Presented two posters on the papers co-authored from Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission, Independent University Bangladesh and BISC School from Dhaka.  A paper was on the design and development of an IoT Based Remote Radiation Monitoring System through an Online IP Address in collaboration with IUB and Institute of Electronics at Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission.  Another paper was on a project on the development and demonstration of a model of a smart city for low resource settings. My student from BISC school was the co-author of this publication.

YSC 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh

4th Young Scientist Congress was held on 13-15 December 2019 at Bangladesh Academy of Science in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I presented a poster on A Cost-Efficient Telemedicine System that I proposed for the deployment in low resource countries. The work drew the attention of a number of esteemed researchers and professors, who I was requested to follow up with later to further discuss the work.