Salahuddin Mohammad Masum

  Associate Processor

  Computer Engineering Technology

  Southwest Tennessee Community College

  Memphis, TN 38134, USA




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I have been teaching at Southwest Tennessee Community College since June 2010 and am currently serving the Technologies Department as an Associate Professor of Computer Engineering Technology. I have previously held tenured faculty positions at Daffodil International University and Stamford University Bangladesh for about five years.


I have been also working at Electric Power and Energy Systems (EPES) Research Lab headed by Dr. Mohd Hasan Ali since Summer 2013. I worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at Computer Vision, Pattern and Image Analysis (CVPIA) Lab from August 2006 to August 2010, at Wireless Sensor and Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (WiSe MANet) Lab leaded by Dr. Santosh Kumar from August 2007 to August 2010, and at Intelligent Security Systems Research (ISSR) Lab from May 2012 to May 2013.


My recent research interests focus on Distributed Control, Monitoring, and Topological Design of Smart Grid Networks. Some of the earlier areas I worked on are Coverage in Wireless Sensor Network, Discrete/Game-Theoretic/Biologically-Inspired Algorithms for Large Networks like Smart Grid, Wireless/Mobile Ad Hoc Networks etc.


I received my BSc and MSc in Computer Science and Engineering in 2001 and 2005 accordingly from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. I also obtained an MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2010, an MBA in 2013, and an MSc in Applied Mathematics in 2014 from University of Memphis.


I was born in Bangladesh and am proud of my home country.




Last updated on Tuesday March 1, 2016