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Summary

Currently working as Lecturer at the School of Life Sciences, IUB. Be affiliated with a reputed institution . Aspiring to work  in an organization that offers research and career growth, enabling me to utilize my education, research and teaching skills for the benefit of new learners and for the progress of the the society.

Work Experience

Sep 2013Dec 2015

Graduate Teaching Assistant ( Eng*3390,Eng*3410, Eng*2450,Eng*2120)

School of Engineering, University of Guelph

Conduct Labs .

Grade assignments, reports, labs, quizzes and final/midterms.

July 2012Sep 2012

Internship,

United Hospital Limited – Dhaka, Bangladesh

Education

Feb 2016

Masters of Engineering

School of Engineering , University of Guelph

Field : Biological Engineering
Specialization : Bio sensor development and Food Process Engineering.
Research Team Member : Bio signals Research Lab, School of Engineering, University of Guelph

Research Publications

Kazi  Naziba Tahsin and Gordon Hayward. " Development of a Propeller P8X 32A based Wireless Biosensor System for Cattle Health Monitoring and Disease Detection."  British Journal of Applied Science & Technology. 2016. vol 17 (Issue 6).

Abstract:  In order to meet the increased global bovine meat demand, reduce losses due to diseases and improvise current cattle husbandry techniques, it is necessary to  develop  a wearable sensor node which measures parameters such as the temperature of the animal and monitors its activity. To map health issues and disease symptoms with respective sensors.  To effectively transfer the wireless data to the receiving end and  the design should be sensitive and reliable. The sensor’s performance should be tested  on similar objects as an unhealthy cow and faulty nodes. Cost of sensors was economic in terms of the Canadian cattle sensor markets and power saving strategies for health monitor’s future performance should be evaluated.

Other Research Projects

Research Project, University of Guelph, Food Science & Engineering Department,                                  F a l l , 2 0 15
“Prion Protein Detection Methods in Food.”
Prion diseases are occurring in many places due to consuming animal proteins infected with prions. However meat could be tested and several other parts could be consumed in delicate cuisines if proper detection methods were used. This project was a review on the prion protein detection bio-assay system and bio sensors available in the market. Interpretation and comparison of results in computational form from Surface Prism Resonance and the Quartz Crystal Mass deposition techniques which are the most widely used methods for prion detection till date.

Research for Bio nano Labs, University of Guelph, School of Engineering,                                                          Fall,  2014

“Design of  wearable wireless sensor node for detection of H1N1, avian flu, in poultry farms.”

Detection of early stages of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in infected chickens requires intensive surveillance of host animals best accompanied by a wearable wireless node with a thermistor and an accelerometer,  Earlier developed prototypes, were however unable to detect many strains of H1N1 viruses using fever or other measures of the further evolution of HPAI. A wireless sensor network that detects a variety of early HPAI symptoms indicating reduced appetite and a significant reduction in egg production in a chicken cage would therefore be highly useful as an effective signal of the outbreaks. An improved design of the sensory node prototype involves a thermistor, an accelerometer and a mass sensor along with an egg counter for that particular cage. Experiments used differences in body temperature, reduced egg count, no significant reduction in the mass of food in the counter and lower activity levels. When any two of the four counterparts coincide together over a number of sensor nodes, the user should be alerted. Results include detection based on a greater range of symptoms; greater accuracy of measure and identifying of false alarms; including the sensor location, through the web server. In this project, thus, an improved detection of avian influenza in the early stages of detection will be shown.

Project under Dr Emily Chiang, University of Guelph, School of Engineering,                                                   Fall,  2014
“Process Intensification of Municipal solid waste to energy plants”
Project objective was to redesign the MSW waste to energy plant overcoming all the problems in current plants using PI techniques such as energy use reduction by reducing start-up and shut-down times which causes energy losses or by heat integration. Cost reduction by new developed equipment by reducing the use of fuels for combustion. Increased process flexibility by using more integrated reactors and inventory reduction by decreasing the size of the flu gas treatment unit. Greater attention to quality and increase waste to energy conversion efficiency. Better environmental performance by eliminating many of gas volumes and components.

Certifications & Training

Completed from University of Guelph :
  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information System,
  • Environment Health Safety,
  • EHS Worker & Safety Awareness Training
  • Bio safety Training.

Memberships & Activities

 IEEE AIUB Member and  Volunteer.

Associate Member of the Institution of  Engineers, Bangladesh

  • Volunteer  of AISEC Canada
  • Volunteer of IEEE 
  • Volunteer Guelph Food Bank