Tanvir Alam, PhD (Bond Uni, Australia), MSCS (Oklahoma State Uni, USA), BSCS,      
TTA (Centennial College), M.ENG (UoFT), ELITE (UoFT) , DS (Sheridan)


Previous Employers
McMaster University(Contract Faculty)
Boeing (Software Developer/R&D Scientist)
Ryerson University, Chang school of CE (Instructor)
Sheridan College (Instructor)
Adco Logistics Ltd.(IT Consultant)
Pronk & Associates (IT Consultant)
Bond University (Teaching Fellow / Research Assistant)
Central Queensland University (Teaching Fellow)
Oklahoma State University (Research Assistant)

Current Research Interests: Machine Learning, Integer Programming

Research Work at ARIE@Seneca featured at Researchmoneyinc.com (Page 11)

Current Research Students
Project: Canadian Clause Segment Classifier using NLP(NSERC ARD, $65K+)
Jaideep Sidhu (Seneca)
Rafi Ungar (Seneca)

Project: Google DICOM for Vet Care Services (NSERC Engage, 24K)
Rithesh D Cruz(Centennial)
Eduardo Amparo Santana(Centennial)

Past Research Students
Project: Method of implementation of internet-of-things compatible blockchain for supply-chain application (NSERC Engage, 27.5K)
Ruiqi Yu (Seneca)
Crystal Ding (Seneca)

Project: Gamified route engine for physically challenged pedestrians (NSERC ARD grant, 93K)
Oleksandr Palchevskyi (Centennial)
Xiaoliang Wang (Centennial)
Akshay Kumar (Centennial)
Devesh Vasnani (Centennial)


Project: Careerbuddy for Career recommendations (CVTA grant)
Vadym Harkusha (Centennial)

Project: NLP for legal document processing (OCE CVTA)
Thomas Luu (Seneca)

Awards

Co-ordinator and writer of NSERC IE grant application, National, Canada (pending approval, 2020)
a)     International Post Graduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) $50K, International, Research, Bond University, Australia 
b)    100% Tuition Waiver Award, Institutional, Academic, Bond University, Australia
               c)   Conference registration fee waiver award for paper---- Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2005). “Comparison of Session Establishment Schemes Over IMS in Mobile Environment.” Fifth IEEE International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing (ICICS 2005), ISBN: 0-7803-9283-3, IEEE Catalog Number: 05EX1118C, December 6-9, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 638-642, Paper ID: 0581. $600, International, Academic, Thailand, 12-2005
               d)   Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) ECSF 2006 symposium fellowship (sponsored by Cochlear Limited), $1000, National, Leadership, Sydney, Australia, 2006
               e)   2005 PGS Travel Grant, School of IT, Bond University, $1500, Institutional, Academic
               f)   2006 PGS Travel Grant, BURCS, Bond University, $1500, Institutional, Academic
               g)   Out of State tuition waiver award, $12K, Institutional, Academic, Oklahoma State University, USA 
               h)   50% tuition waiver award, $6K, Institutional, Academic, North South University, Bangladesh
               i)   UoFT Graduate Scholarship, Canada
               j)   Grade 8 Scholarship, Bangladesh
 
               
Research Experience, Membership, Affiliation & Publications
 
Application was placed in the inventory of approved candidates for NSERC Visiting Fellowships awards 2011, Application No (AID): 412030-2011
                                                                       
PhD research topic: Design & Analysis for the 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem
Thesis available at http://epublications.bond.edu.au/theses/alam/ (Over 10000 download)
MS research topic: Reducing latency in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks by adaptive Pre-fetching
 
Member of Institute of Electronics & Electrical Engineering (EEE) (since 2002)
 
Affiliation:  Bond University Alumni, NSU Alumni
 
Reviewer of International Journal of Network Management (Wiley), International Journal of Internet Protocol Technology (InderScience)  
Reviewed several journal and IEEE conference articles including ICC’07, CCNC’06, Served for several IEEE TPCs
Network Simulation tools used: OPNET with VC++ (Utilities used: MIP, IPv6, Wireless module, UMTS, Flow analysis); BRITE 
 

Book

M. T. Alam (2011). 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem: Design, Analysis, Models. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2011-02-25). ISBN-13: 978-3-8443-1374-1

 Book Articles

  1. M. T. Alam (2007). An Optimal Timer for Push-To-Talk Controller, In D. Taniar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Mobile Computing and Commerce, Vol: 2, pp: 724-728, Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  1. M. T. Alam (2007). Protocol Analysis Over 3G IP Multimedia Subsystem, In D. Taniar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Mobile Computing and Commerce, Vol: 2, pp: 778-784, Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Journal Papers (main author is marked bold)

  1. Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2008). “Dimensioning and Optimization of Push-to-Talk over Cellular Server“, International Journal of Network Management, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (www.interscience.wiley.com), Vol 18 (1), pp: 47-63, DOI: 10.1002/nem.625 (PhD work).
  2. Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2007). “Optimal Routing for SIP-based Session Set up over IMS in Mobile Environment", International Journal of Internet Protocol Technology, Vol 2 (3/4), pp: 264-276, Inderscience (www.inderscience.com) (PhD work).
  3. Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2007). “End-to-End Delay Measurement for Instant Messaging Relay Nodes,” Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal, Vol 2 (2), pp: 1-11, ISSN: 1992-8424. (relevant but not part of PhD work)
  4. Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2007), “Asymptotic Analysis of Instant Messaging Service with Relay Nodes”, International Journal of Computer and Information Engineering, Vol 1(1), pp: 1-9, eISSN: 2010-393X (relevant but not part of PhD work).
  5. Alam, M. T. (2006). "On Analysing Cost for Optimizing the Watcher Subscription Time in the IMS Presence Service", Engineering Letters, Vol 13(1), pp: 1-10 (relevant but not part of PhD wrok).            
  6. Alam, M. T., Wu, Z. D. (2006). “Admission Control Approaches in the IMS Presence Service“, International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, WASET, Vol 1(4), pp: 287-302 (part of PhD work).
  7. Alam, M. T. (2011). “Cost Analysis for Self-Organizing IP Multimedia Subsystem”, Advances in Computational Sciences and Technology, RIP, Vol 4(3), pp: 291 – 297
  8. Alam, M. T. (2016). “A Review on Cloud-based Privacy Preserving Schemes for Smart Meters”, INFOCOMP Journal of Computer Science (Accepted)

Conference Papers (fully refereed, main author is marked bold)

  1. M. T. Alam, H. Li and M. Chowdhury (2016). "Cancellable Multi-Modal Biometric Authentication for Cloud based MobilityFirst like Environment", In Proceedings IEEE ICIEA 2016.

  2. M. T. Alam, S. Zhang (2014). Leaky Bucket Like Packet Controller for SAVI“, IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, Presented (May 2014)
  1. M. T. Alam, Z. D. Wu (2007). Proposed Techniques to Dimension a Push-To-Talk over Cellular Server“, IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference, CCNC’07, 11-13 Jan, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Poster presented)
  1. M. T. Alam, Z. D. Wu (2006). Efficient Scheduling for Reducing Load in the IMS Presence Service” The IASTED International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies, July 3 – 5, Banff, Alberta, pp: 459-464, ACTA press, ISBN: 0-88986-563-9. (presented)
  1. M. T. Alam, Z. D. Wu (2006). “Cost Analysis of the IMS Presence Service,” First IEEE International Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Wideband Communications  AusWireless’06 Conference, 13-16 March 2006, Sydney, Australia, In CD, available at http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ocs/papers.php?cf=1.                                               
  1. M. T. Alam, Z. D. Wu (2005). Comparison of Session Establishment Schemes Over IMS in Mobile Environment.” Fifth IEEE International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing (ICICS 2005), ISBN: 0-7803-9283-3, IEEE Catalog Number: 05EX1118C, December 6-9, Bangkok, Thailand, pp: 638-642, Paper ID: 0581 (Registration fee waiver award, presented)           .
  1. Muhammad T. Alam (2005). “An Optimal Method for SIP-Based Session Establishment Over IMS.” 2005 International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Computer And Telecommunication  Systems (SCS 2005), July 24-28, Hilton Cherry Hill/Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sim Series., Vol 37, No. 3, pp: 692-698. (presented)
  1. M. T. Alam, Z. D. Wu (2005). Performance Analysis of SIP-Based Session Establishments Over IMS.” The IASTED International Conference on Wireless Networks and Emerging Technologies, July 19 – 21, 2005, Banff, Alberta, Canada, pp: 178-183, ACTA press, ISBN: 0-88986-499-3, Paper ID: 474-022. (presented)
  1. J. P. Thomas, M. T. Alam, I. Jonyer (2004). “Reducing Latency in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks by pre-fetching.” The 2004 International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications, (ICWN’04, PCC’04) Las Vegas, Nevada, Vol 2, pp: 952-958, CSREA press.

Other Refereed Articles

1. M. T. Alam (2013). Cloud Computing in Education. IEEE Potentials Magazine. Jul/Aug ed, Vol 32:4, pp: 20-21

2. M. T. Alam (2006). Problem 4 of Gamesman problems. IEEE Potentials Magazine, May/June edition, Vol 25:3, pp: 48


Technical Reports
1. M. T. Alam, Thomas Luu (2018). Using NLP to Predict Privacy Policy Clauses, Seneca ARIE