I am currently a PhD candidate at the department of computer science at Florida State University. My research is mainly focused on designing and evaluating techniques to improve the performance of large-scale interconnection networks.
M. S. Rahman, M. A. Mollah, P. Faizian, X. Yuan
M. A. Mollah, P. Faizian, M. S. Rahman, X. Yuan, S. Pakin and M. Lang
P. Faizian, M. A. Mollah, Z. Tong, X. Yuan and M. Lang -- [Paper]
M. A. Mollah, P. Faizian, M. S. Rahman, X. Yuan, S. Pakin and M. Lang -- [Paper]
P. Faizian, M. A. Mollah, M. S. Rahman, X. Yuan, S. Pakin and M. Lang
P. Faizian, M. A. Mollah, X. Yuan, Z. Alzaid, S. Pakin and M. Lang
P. Faizian, M. S. Rahman, M. A. Mollah, X. Yuan, S. Pakin and M. Lang
At Explorer Lab we focus on designing and evaluating efficient communication infrastructure for extreme-scale distributed computing systems. My research mainly revolves around design and evaluation of topologies, routing schemes and large-scale network architectures. I am also interested in Software Defined Networking (SDN) which is an emerging networking technology that allows software innovation in network control.
I work with a team of researchers and developers at Cyberlearning design and research lab to design and develop an educational game to assess and increase math competency in middle school students. My responsibilities mainly include developing the game in Unity3D and creating a classification and prediction model to assess math competency of the players based on their game performance.
I worked in Datamaxx as a software engineering intern where I was responsible for developing a visitor management and background check system for corporate and education sector customers. During this internship I used ASP.NET and MVC framework.
At Sharif, I was mainly responsible for network and workstation setup and maintenance. I also developed an inventory management system to keep track of IT assets throughout the company and their maintenance history.