About Me

I am a PhD student in Gianforte School of Computing at Montana State University (MSU), Bozeman, Montana. My PhD advisor is Dr. Clemente (Clem) Izurieta. I am interested in software development and quality assurance. My current research focus is on automated test case generation for scientific softwares using Metamorphic Testing. I have worked with the Software Testing lab at MSU to build a software testing tool called "METTester". Currently I am affiliated with the MSU Software Engineering Lab. You can find more about my research in the publications tab.

Before starting my PhD, I have worked at a health information technology company named IQVIA (formerly IMS Health) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I have worked there for 3 years as a Software Engineer. I have earned my MS degree in Computer Science from Montana State University in 2020.

You can find my CV(Updated on 10/01/2022)