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Dr Khaled Mahmud received his PhD in Systems Engineering (Software Defined Radio) from Shizuoka University, Japan in 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, and a Master’s of Science degree from Shizuoka University. Dr Mahmud has a lengthy history in academics and research in the fields of computing, communications and internetworking.
After completing his PhD, Dr Mahmud joined the National Institute for Information and Communication Technology (NICT), in Japan, where he worked on several national strategic research and development projects, like MIRAI, for future generation wireless systems. He has been engaged in collaborative research projects with world leading companies and institutions, including University of Tokyo, Motorola, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, etc.
Prior to coming to Canada, Dr Mahmud was an Assistant Professor in North South University, Bangladesh. He also worked as network planning consultant in several mobile carriers. Prior to joining Sheridan College Dr Mahmud taught at Humber College, Centennial College and the University of Guelph-Humber.
Dr Mahmud’s research has revolved around communication theory, wireless systems, software defined network (SDN), network security, context-aware systems and ubiquitous networks, cloud computing, and machine learning. Dr Mahmud has more than 30 international peer-reviewed publications and possesses several international patents on applications of these research topics.