Khondaker Salehin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Shiley School of Engineering

Khondaker Salehin

Khondaker Musfakus Salehin received a bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh, and two graduate degrees, a master's degree in telecommunications and a doctoral degree in electrical engineering, from New Jersey Institute of Technology. His primary area of research lies in performance measurements of wired and wireless networks on the internet. Most importantly, his research emphasizes collaborative work with researchers and students of different academic backgrounds. He has co-authored twenty-one scientific publications and has received three U.S. patents. He is a senior member of the  Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a recipient of multiple awards, including the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame Award for his contributions to network-performance measurements, an Outstanding Graduate Student award, and an International Contribution award at an IEEE-sponsored conference in Indonesia. Besides teaching and conducting research, he is very active in his profession. For example, he regularly serves at various IEEE conferences, journals, and magazines in different capacities such as reviewer, technical committee member, and editor. In his spare time, Khondaker enjoys cooking, listening to music, and reading books. He is also an avid Arsenal FC supporter.