About Me

I am a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, and working with Professor Gerard de Melo.

My primary research interests are in Natural Language Processing and Social Media Analytics, especially the Emotion and Sentiment Analysis of Tweets. In my work, I compile a huge dataset of Twitter and study the salient relationships among different components such as emoji, hashtags, and tweets to determine the basic human emotions.

I also work on Distributed System and Cloud Computing; in particular, the design of deep learning job scheduling and placement algorithm under the heterogeneous system.

My other passion is entrepreneurship which inspired me to reestablish Criss Cross Computers (3C) in 2011 (it was originally established in 2006). I initiated a project from 3C which was the first ever Online Payment System for university students in Bangladesh.