Md Imanul Huq

Ph.D. Student | SPIES Lab st Texas A&M University 


I am curious by nature and like to observe and unfold the universe's hidden truth, which propelled me to get admission as a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University (TAMU). My graduate journey started in Spring 2022 at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at TAMU, College Station, Texas, the USA, under the supervision of Professor Nitesh Saxena. Professor Saxena is in charge of the Security and Privacy in Emerging computing and networking Systems (SPIES) lab, where I am researching Neuro Security.      
I had completed my undergraduate degree on Bachelor of Science in Computer and Communication Engineering from International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC). I was awarded Vice Chancellor's Gold Medal for an outstanding result of CGPA 3.908 out of 4.00. For my undergraduate, I had completed a dissertation on "Correlation between sensory motor area of central nervous system with peripheral nervous system by EEG and NCV for motor imagery task" under Dr. Md Abdus Samad, who is an assistant professor at Yeungnam University.     

After completing my bachelorette degree, I was appointed by IIUC as an adjunct faculty member. I am passionate about teaching. My paternal and maternal grandfather were award-winning teachers in Bangladesh; I live to impart wisdom and learn from my undergraduate students. Currently, wpaskjbdn zqnakjsnde One of my favorite quotes is by Richard Feynman.  

"If you want to master something, teach it." 
- Richard Feynman

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