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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Chair’s Message

Dr. Arshad M. Chowdhury              
Associate Professor  & Chair
Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA                  

Mission & Objective


ECE department of NSU would like to be recognized as the role model to produce high caliber graduates, undertake research to address challenging development issues through ECE inventions, and shape the creation of innovation led ECE industry in developing economies for creating high paying jobs and improving the quality of life. 


The mission of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at NSU is:

          a) To educate our students to meet high standards of excellence in Electrical and
              Computer Engineering in preparation for professional careers and advanced

           b) To create and disseminate new knowledge through basic and applied research
               in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

           c) To serve as a resource of Electrical and Computer Engineering expertise at the
               national and regional levels.

           d) To provide policy and development leadership for the growth of innovation led
               Electrical and Computer Engineering Industry in Bangladesh and other
               developing countries.


Our strategic goals have been divided in three broad categories as explained below.

A. Goals for the Undergraduate Program:

            a) To increase the appeal of the undergraduate program by making it more
                attractive, more flexible, and more relevant to state-of-the-art technology.

            b) To create a curriculum that strikes a balance between theory and practice,
                between technical/scientific education and general/liberal-arts education, and
                between preparation for “rank and file” roles and preparation for leadership

             c) To provide our students with an opportunity to have a research experience.

             d) To provide our students with an integrated view of ECE and to equip them
                with the skills necessary for life-long learning.

             e) To emphasize international programs for the development of global engineers
                 by building on the successful linkages with reputed foreign universities.

B. Goals for the Graduate Programs:

Our goal is to improve our graduate program to a regionally competitive level capable of attracting top students, to provide world-class education in a broad range of topics and to train and prepare students for careers in industry, research, academia, and government. Our long-term goal is to elevate our graduate program to a regional ranking robustly in the top 5 in South Asia.

C. Industry Outreach and National Leadership Goals:

             a) Maintain awareness of global issues that may be addressed by Electrical and
                Computer Engineering solutions.

              b) Partner with industry to identify actual problem topics of interest and use
                 these topics as design experiences in our classes.

              c) Lead the national policy reform to strengthen the innovation ecosystem for
                  supporting the research, innovation and growth of innovation led ECE
                  industry clusters.

              d) The ECE department will demonstrate the adapted role model of Stanford
                  Research Park at Stanford University (founded in 1951, through the foresight
                  of Stanford Dean of Engineering Frederick Terman and others) and promote
                  its nationwide replication to create high paying jobs for ECE graduates. This
                  initiative will help to bridge the gap between ECE industry and academia for
                  fostering the meaningful research, innovation, entrepreneurship, job
                  creation, and industry ready HR development.

Department Overview
& History


Contact Us

Ms. Afrina Pervin

Department Secretary
Phone: 55668200 Ext. 1530
Email: farina


Bachelor Degree with Minor in Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering offers a "Minor" in Computer Science for students of other disciplines.

Student must take the following 10 courses to qualify for the Minor in Computer Science.




CSE 115

Computer Concepts with mandatory lab 1 credit


CSE 135

Fundamentals of Computer Programming with mandatory lab 1 credit


CSE 225

Data structures with mandatory lab 1 credit


CSE 173

Discrete Mathematics


CSE 231

Digital Logic


CSE 232

Computer Organization and Design


CSC 311

Database Management Systems


CSE 323

Operating Systems Design



Calculus and Analytical Geometry I



Calculus and Analytical Geometry II



Total Credits


 A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required on the above courses.

Minor in CSE for ETE & EEE students

Course Requirement for Minor in CSE for Students enrolled in the BS in ETE & EEE


Course Title


CSE 115

Computing Concept


CSE 115 L

Computing Concept - Lab


CSE 135


CSE135 L

Fundamentals of Computer programming

Fundamentals of Computer programming Lab




CSE 173

Discrete Mathematics


CSE 225

CSE 225 L

Data Structures

Data Structures Lab



CSE 232

Computer Organization and Design


CSC 273

Theory of Computation


CSC 311

Database Systems


CSC 311L

Database Systems - Lab


CSE 323

Operating Systems Design


CSE 323L

Operating Systems Design - Lab


CSC 348

Artificial Intelligence


CSC 373

Design and Analysis of Algorithms





Minor in EEE-Power


Courses               Title Credit
EEE141 Electrical Circuits I 3 credit
EEE141L Electrical Circuits I-Lab 1 credit
EEE241 Electrical Circuit II                                                                            3 credit
EEE241L Electrical Circuit II-Lab 1 credit
EEE312 Power Electronics 3 credit
EEE312L Power Electronics-Lab                                                                       1 credit
EEE342 Control Engineering                                                                         3 credit
EEE342L Control Engineering-Lab                                                                   1 credit
EEE362  Electrical Transmission & Distributed Systems                                  3 credit
EEE362L Electrical Transmission & Distributed Systems-Lab 1 credit
EEE363 Electrical Machines                                                                           3 credit
EEE363L Electrical Machines-Lab                                                                     1 credit
EEE461 Power System operation & Reliability                                              3 credit
EEE462 Switchgear & Protection                                                                  3 credit
EEE464 Power Station                                                                                  3 credit
EEE468 Sustainable Energy Technology Systems                                         3 credit
EEE465 High Voltage Engineering                                                                 3 credit
Total                                                                                                     39 credits

Minor in EEE-Electronics


Courses               Title Credit
EEE141 Electrical Circuits I 3 credit
EEE141L Electrical Circuits I-Lab 1 credit
EEE111 Analog Electronics I 3 credit
EEE111L  Analog Electronics I-Lab  1 credit
EEE211 Digital Electronics 3 credit
EEE211L Digital Electronics-Lab 1 credit
EEE241 Electrical Circuit II 3 credit
EEE241L Electrical Circuit II-Lab 1 credit
EEE311 Analog Electronics II 3 credit
EEE311L Analog Electronics II-Lab  1 credit
EEE312 Power Electronics 3 credit
EEE312L Power Electronics-Lab 1 credit
EEE313 Semiconductor Devices and Technology  3 credit
EEE332 Microprocessors and Interfacing  3 credit
EEE332L Microprocessors and Interfacing-Lab 1 credit
EEE411  Introduction to VLSI Design 3 credit
EEE411L Introduction to VLSI Design-Lab 1 credit
EEE416  Integrated Circuit Process Integration 3 credit
EEE471 Digital Signal Processing (DSP) 3 credit
EEE471L Digital Signal Processing (DSP)-Lab  1 credit
Total 42 credits

Minor in ETE for CSE STUDENTS 

Course Requirement for Minor in Telecommunication Engineering, for Students enrolled in the BS in CSc or BS in CEG  


Course Title


Compulsory Courses (4 x 3 = 12 credits)

MAT 260

Engineering Mathematics


ETE 221

Signals and Systems


ETE 241

Electrical Circuits I


ETE 211

Analog Electronics


Electives (Any 6 of the following courses) (6 x 3 = 18 credits)

ETE 411

Semiconductor Devices and Technology


ETE 413



ETE 422

Principles of Digital Communications


ETE 423

Principles of Telecommunication Network


ETE 424

Mobile and Wireless Communication System


ETE 426

Fiber-Optic Communications System


ETE 451

Telecommunications Policy and Management


ETE 471

ETE 471 L

DSP & Filter Design

DSP & Filter Design Lab




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 Bachelor degree with Minor in Mathematics

The Department of Computer Science offers a "Minor" in Mathematics for students of Computer Science and other disciplines. This is designed to provide these students with an advanced exposure to the field of Mathematics. The students will take a balanced load of courses from various fields like Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Engineering Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics, Differential Equations, and Transformations in Mathematics. 

To qualify for the Minor, a student has to take the following Mathematics courses.





Calculus and Analytical Geometry I



Introduction to Linear Algebra



Calculus and Analytical Geometry II



Calculus and Analytical Geometry III



Calculus and Analytical Geometry IV



Probability and Statistics



Real Analysis



Differential Equations



Advanced Engineering Mathematics



Abstract Algebra





A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required on the above courses. 
Students who intend to pursue a Minor in Mathematics should contact the Department of Computer Science to enlist their names for advising and guidance.


Reasearch Area


- Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

- Broadband Access and Communication Technologies

- Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems

- Data Networking and Information Security

- Database and Information Systems

- Embedded Systems and Internet of Things (IoT)

- Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

- Mobile, Wireless and Web Applications Development

- Modeling and Simulation

- Power Systems and Renewable Energy

- RF, Microwave and Communication Technology

- Semiconductor Device and Technology

- Singals and Image Processing

- Software Engineering

- Technology Transfer and Policy

- VLSI Technology

Future Students



Choosing a university is a challenging task for any prospective student. The best way to choose a university is to see whether it is right fit for you in terms of the programs it offered and have resources that meet your personal and academic needs.

The North South University, the first private university in Bangladesh, ensures the best academic facilities and environment for its students and offers some of the best academic and student-services programs in the country.

The NSU understands that it would be a formidable challenge for developing world class education programs in Bangladesh. Over the years, NSU has invested significantly in developing the knowledge infrastructure comprising state-of-the-art library, computer laboratories and esteemed faculty members with international reputation. These basic infrastructures will work as strong foundation for the growth of the new programs to the standard of similar programs offered by leading North American Universities.

Why ECE at NSU

We are very excited that you are considering the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the North South University  for your future home of studies.

The Department of ECE at NSU offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in three divers programs: Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

Our strength is our outstanding faculty members, excellent laboratory facilities and strong commitment to research. All of our faculty members have M.S. and/or Ph.D. degrees primarily from USA, Canada, UK, Japan and Australia. The ECE programs are extensively laboratory-oriented. ECE students are heavily encouraged to gain out-of-the-classroom academic and research experiences, produce engineering and scientific publications, participate in various co-curricular activities. In order to foster these activities, the ECE department maintains program-oriented student-centric engineering forums such as ACM Program solving communityIEEE Student Branch,  Women in Engineering etc.

How to apply

The Office of Admissions is responsible for the admission of undergraduate students to the University. The Department of ECE is open to accept new students in Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.

Future students may use the following links to know about the admission process, requirements, application forms, transfer admission and credit transfer policies,  change of majors  etc.

Current Students

Extra-curricular Activities

Message to Parents

Core Faculty Located UNDER Text27

Part-time Faculty

Part-Time Facultly Abbre. Designation E-mail Address
Dr.Shahnawaz Ahmed Snd professor
Dr. Syed Sabbir Ahmed SSd Professor
Dr. Aynal Haque AyH Professor,bd
Dr. Enamul Basher EnB Professor
Dr. ABM Harun Ur Rashid AHR Professor
Dr. Nurul Alam Khan NAK professor
Dr. Abdul Hakim Khan Amk Professor
Dr. Arshad Momen Adm Professor
Dr. Abdus Samad AdS Professor
Dr. Md. Manirul Alam Sarker MAS Professor
Dr. Md. Abdul Alim AdA  Professor
Dr. Md. Showkat Ali Swk Professor
Dr. Shafiul Alam Sfm Professor
Dr. Chandra Nath Podder CNP Associate Professor
Dr. Mohammad Ferdows Fdw Associate Professor  
Dr. Md. Babul Hasan Bbn Associate Professor
Dr Saifuddin Md. Tareeq SfT Associate Professor
Dr.Ashiqur Rahman AKR Associate Professor
Dr Israt Rayhan          IsR            Associate Professor
Dr. Abdul Wajed Bhuiya AWB Assistant Professor
Dr. ABM Shahadat Hossain Sdt Assistant Professor
Dr.Mohammad Asif Hossain Khan Mfs Assistant Professor
Dr. Farhad Hossain FrH Assistant Professor
Dr.Yeasir Arafat Yft Assistant Professor
Dr. Md. Zafar Iqbal Khan ZIK Assistant Professor
Dr.Tahmina Sultana Ths Assistant Professor
Mr. Fawaz Aziz Rob FAR Senior Lecturer
Mr. Shah  Mostafa Khaled Mtd Lecturer
Mr.Javed Hossain  Jvn Lecturer
Shanjida Fatema Shamma Snf Lecturer

Visiting Faculty

Laboratory Staff

Lab Instructor Contact No. E-mail Address
Faisal Nurunnoby 01913666234/01670692080/
Md Rabiul Karim Khan 01715446766 rabiul

Lab Assistant Contact No. E-mail Address
Sk. Raziul Ahasan 01851580235
Shitangshu Shekhar Halder 01621073999

Lab Officer Contact No. E-mail Address
Sharmin Abdullah 01915630838
Abdullah Al Imran 01717179181
Mirza Mohammad Maqbule Elahi 01722521121

Office Staff

Mr. Saidur Rahman

Designation: Program Officer


Ms. Atiqun Noor

Designation: Faculty Assistant


Ms. Afrina Pervin

Designation: Department Secretary


Md. Mahmud Hossain

Designation: Faculty Assistant


CSE & CSC Labs

The Information Systems and Machine Learning Lab

The Information Systems and Machine Learning Lab is jointly supervised by Dr Shazzad Hosain and Dr Rashedur Rahman, situated in the Department of ECE. Our university website offers information on our work such as current research, teaching activities and our publications.
Starting from 2005, The Information Systems and Machine Learning Lab of NSU has been a center of excellence for fundamental research, teaching, theory, and practice for over eight years. There are quite a few active research groups in the lab. They are working on computer vision, fuzzy theory and systems, bioinformatics, large scale data mining, core ML (machine learning), natural language processing, image processing, cloud computing etc. Our groups work on alternative approach to some classical AI problems, such as pattern recognition, and relies mainly on statistical modeling and self-organization. Our main efforts are focused on developing fundamental understanding of computational learning with applications. The lab has pioneered a number of high quality technologies and publication including but not limited to:
Large scale convex optimization for learning problems
Robust decision making under uncertainty
Tracking and Detection of objects in images
Video segmentation and summarization
Tracking and Detection of objects in videos
High volume spatio-temporal sensor data engineering applications
Workload characterization, classification and load balancing strategies in cloud computing
Our alumni have gone on to play important roles in industry, government, and education in home and abroad where they are making valiant contributions.

Database & Information System Laboratory

The Database and Information Systems Laboratory conducts fundamental cutting-edge research and lab sessions in Databases, Data Mining,  Information Retrieval etc. The lab is equipped  with data modeling software like ERWin, DB Diagram, MySQL Workbench etc. Also at the same time, each machine has Oracle11g Database, MySQL etc. installed for database design, query writing and using ORDBMS capabilities. In order for implementing database project, proper IDE like NetBeans/ Aptana etc. are also used for script writing and web designing. Nevertheless, there are some supporting graphing tools, for example,  Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator etc. are also available.

Internet & Web Programming Laboratory

The Internet & Web Laboratory is equipped with state of the art technologies for developing modern web/ mobile applications. In order for writing HTML5 pages the lab PCs have Adobe Dreamweaver, Brackets, NetBeans etc. These tools also support writing CSS, JavaScripts/JQuery etc. Few popular web servers – Wamp/Xampp, IIS7 etc. are also installed for using as localhost. The lab PCs have got data modeling software (ERWin, MySQL Workbench) and Database Systems (Oracle/ SQL Server2010). Each IDE is integrated with git for version controlling with some free online services like, etc. The laboratory is connected with high speed internet so that every online sever update happens (through FileZilla etc.) is fast and easy.

Computer  Lab

The ECE Department at  North South University are well equipped with eight (8) high performance Computer Laboratories to support all types of software related courses and researches. Courses like Programming Language I and Programming Language II code programs in C language. Open-source cross-platform IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like Code::Blocks is used in this lab. Code::Blocks works under the Windows 7 operating system in every lab. Students code in the editor and build programs using its compiler. They also have the feature of debugging (which includes breaking point) their codes through this IDE.

Software Engineering Lab

The Software Engineering Lab is basically designed for courses related to the systematic development, operation and maintenance of software. It is equipped with 35 latest Dell Optiplex machines and also provides suitable space for students to work together and interact with their instructor. All the machines are installed with the relevant software including Rational Rose and AutoCAD. Here, students have to develop a larger piece of software. . The main objective is to learn group work and to gain practical experience with some software engineering methodologies, methods and supporting tools. Students complete several programming projects of varying size, working individually and in groups. The lab also has adequate projection facilities for presentations so that both the instructor can deliver the lecture content and the students can present their projects effectively. The lab is organized into the following phases:

  • System design and specification
  • Component development using extreme programming
  • System integration and system testing


  • 35 Dell Computers
  • Windows 7
  • Linux (Ubuntu)
  • 67GHz Core i5 processors
  • 4GB RAM
  • Canon MultimediaProjector.


  • IDE – CodeBlocks, Qt Creator, NetBeans, Eclipse
  • Microsoft Visual Studio2013
  • Altium 9.0
  • Matlab/Simulink 2013b
  • Microsoft Office 2013 with Visio & Project
  • Modelsim SE
  • TI Code Composer Studio v5
  • DatabaseMicrosoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, SQLite
  • Server XAMMP, WAMP

EEE & ETE Labs


Electrical Circuit Laboratory:

The Electrical Circuits Laboratory is one of the introductory labs in our university that comprises of DC Circuit Laboratory and AC Circuit Laboratory. For DC Circuit Lab, we familiarize the students with different types of circuit and network theorems. We use sophisticated DC power supply, Digital Multi Meter, LCR Meter, Trainer Board to implement these theorems. In addition, we also use different values of resistors and other circuitry components. For the AC circuit Laboratory, students are introduced with rectifiers, voltage stabilization and various tuning circuits to comprehend and to visualize the real life scenarios. To do so, we provide the students with well-furnished lab consisting of Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators,Function Generators etc. For the advanced level students we introduce them with more complex circuits like wave generators, resonance. We believe that students are benefited from these laboratory sessions as part of their coursework.

Electronics Laboratory

The Electronics-I lab is designed to give the students with a practical experience working with applications of operational amplifier, diodes and transistors (BJT, FETs and MOSFETs). The laboratory is complemented in support with the theory taught in the lectures in order to help the students apply their knowledge of electronics in engineering. The labs also reinforce the concepts discussed in class with a hands-on approach and allow the students to gain significant experience with electrical instruments such as function generators, digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, and power supplies.

The experiments in Communication Electronics lab is designed to introduce various aspects of analog electronics starting from the simplest concepts leading to practical electronic circuits including amplifiers, integrated circuits, oscillators and voltage regulators. Each workstation in the lab has the necessary equipment: an oscilloscope, a function (signal) generator, a digital multimeter and an experimental box. The independent variable power supply includes a robust current limiting control for supplying power to the circuits.

The Digital Electronics lab is designed such that the students get a hand on familiarity with the concepts they come across in the Digital Electronics course. This course deals with the basics of digital systems design and is a core module of the B. Sc. Electrical Engineering coursework as it provides the prerequisites for advance courses in digital electronics. Because of the significance of this course the Lab has been carefully designed to meet the course requirement. The Lab is well equipped with both hardware and software facilities required by the students to perform the necessary experiments designed for this lab. Experiments are designed in such a way that the students become well aware of the concepts they learn in the theory sessions.

Electrical Machines Laboratory

This laboratory is furnished with most advanced Electrical Machine equipment incorporating mobile workstation from Lab Volt Technology to introduce students with the modern cutting edge technology. The lab contains DC Generator to study the OCC/Saturation Curve, DC Motor to study the Torque-Speed Characteristics of both DC Series & Shunt motor. Among the AC Machines, it has Three Phase Synchronous Generator/Alternator to preforming the test of Synchronization of Alternator to the electric power utility system with the aid of Synchronizing Module, starting of Three-Phase Synchronous Motor, Three-Phase Four-Pole Squirrel Cage & Wound Rotor Induction Motor to study No load and Full load characteristics, Single Phase Split Phase, Capacitor Start & Capacitor Run Motor to show the Starting & Operating Characteristics and the Single-Phase Transformer to perform the polarity test and voltage regulation on varying loads. It also has 415/240 Volt AC/DC (Fixed & Variable) Power Supply, Resistive Load, Inductive Load, Capacitive Load, DC & AC Voltmeter/Ammeter, Single & Three Phase Wattmeter/Varmeter, Rheostat, Electrodynamometer, Digital Tachometer, Timing Belt etc.

Power Electronics Laboratory

We have one of the advanced Power Electronics equipment from Lab Volt Technology which incorporates the State of the Art teaching & research facilities. This lab has Power Converters i.e. DC-DC Converter (Buck, Boost Chopper); performed by using integrated IGBT Chopper/Inverter unit incorporating Chopper/Inverter Control module, AC-AC Converter (Full & Half wave Phase Control/Regulator), DC-AC Converter; both Single & Three Phase Inverter (PWM and 180⁰ Modulation) controlled by Switching Control Signal Generator unit. It also has AC-DC Controlled Rectifiers (Full & Half wave) named Power Thyristor module controlled with the aid of Thyristor Firing Control Unit and Uncontrolled Rectifiers (Full & Half wave) utilizing Power Diode Module. It also has 415/240 Volt AC/DC Fixed & variable Power Supply, AC-DC Voltmeter/ Ammeter, Phase Meter, Single and Three phase Wattmeter, Smoothing Inductor, Smoothing Capacitor, Tandem Rheostats, Function Generator, Oscilloscope. It also has Current/Voltage Isolators to facilitate the view of wave-shapes on the Oscilloscope etc.

Electrical Transmission and Distribution Systems Laboratory

This laboratory, enriched with Lab-Volt machineries and equipment is devoted to developing a practical understanding of the transmission line link a subject which is usually taught in a strictly theoretical way. The experiments show how changes in the source, the load, and the transmission line affect the overall performance of the system. In particular, they illustrate the meaning of real and reactive power, how the voltage at the end of a line can be lowered or raised, how power can be forced to flow over one line instead of another, how generators can be synchronized and how a system behaves when subjected to disturbances. Despite their small size, the employed economical, low-power, and safe electric alternators, motors, capacitors, reactors, resistors, meters, transformers, and transmission lines are designed to act in exactly the same way under steady-state and transient conditions, as their larger counter parts in industry. This practical, hands-on course is presented in a way that is readily understandable by anyone who has knowledge of electricity at the technical school.

Control Systems Laboratory

The purpose of the control laboratory is to provide students an opportunity for practical implementation of the concepts that they learn in their control theory class. Using MATLAB and Simulink, open and closed loops systems are designed and simulated. The students are also able to apply control systems principles on electro-mechanical DC motor, traffic light applications, wind turbine system and digital servo motor using programmable logic controller (PLC), LV Servo Motor and RS Logic 500S.

Signals, Systems and Communication Laboratory

Signals and Systems laboratory is designed to teach fundamentals of signal properties and system level implementations. Students are required to use MATLAB Communication toolbox, Signal processing toolbox, Simulink extensively to grasp all the fundamentals. This will allow them to interpret LTI systems, Continuous periodic and aperiodic signals and implement with less hardwire complexity. They will also learn spectrum, phase analysis using fast Fourier transformation, discrete Fourier transformation and other techniques.

Introduction to Communication Systems laboratory is designed to teach more real life communication technologies and their underneath fundamentals of analog and digital modulation techniques such as amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, phase modulation, quadrature amplitude modulations, pulse code modulation, pulse amplitude modulation, on off keying, phase shift keying etc.  Moreover several channel characteristics like fading, noise properties, bit error rate calculations etc. is frequently investigated to demonstrate the transmission behaviors. On completion of this laboratory student will be able to precisely identify channel behaviors and recent communication technologies.

Digital Signal Processing laboratory aims at teaching students Digital Signal Processing through a host of experiments conducted using MATLAB. Students learn the important concepts of Convolution, Auto Co-relation, Cross Co-relation, Aliasing effects in communication using GNU radio, FIR, IIR, Linear Prediction, Optimum Linear Filters, Adaptive Filtering and its Application in Communication Channels. On completion of this laboratory students will be able to grasp the fundamentals of communication related digital signal processing and understand the significance of DSP.

All these labs are facilitated with state of the art software that include MATLAB, Octave, Simulink, Control System Toolbox, Communication Toolbox, DSP toolbox and other relevant toolkits.

VLSI &Verilog HDLLaboratory

VLSI laboratory uses Microwind 3.1 software. By using this software cover layout of different digital logic gates: AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR Gates, and Complex Gates.

In the Verilog HDL Laboratory we use Modelsim 6.5b Software, Xillinx Software, Quartus II Simulator, Altera Cyclone II DE1 Board. For Simulation purpose used Modelsim 6.5b and Quartus II Simulator. For synthesis purpose used Xillinx synthesizer.  Implement our design on Altera Cyclone II DE1 Board. By using these tools cover Gate Level Modelling,  Data Flow Modelling, Behavioral Modelling, Traffic Control Application, Vending Machine Application.

Fiber Optic Communication System

Fiber Optic Communication System laboratory is mandatory laboratory session for Fiber Optic Communication System course. This course introduces the fundamental principles and applications of fiber-optic communication systems. Topics include Attenuation, Dispersion, optical spectrum analysis (With OptiSystem), WDM Mux &Demux Characterization, FBG and Circulator Characterization, Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier, Time Division Multiplexing of Digital Signals, WDM Fiber Optic Link, Optical Amplification, Adding and Dropping of Optical Channels, Optical Time Domain Reflectometer and Bit Error Rate & Eye Pattern. Device technology and system design applications are considered. The experiments cover Fiber Characteristics, Component Characteristics, Optical Communication system and Testing and Analysis.

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Core Faculty

Dr. M Rokonuzzaman [Rkz]

Ph.D., Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
M.Eng, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Dr. K.M.A. Salam - [KAS]

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan

Dr. Arshad M. Chowdhury - [AMC]

Associate Professor & Chair
Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
M.S., Wright State University, USA

Dr. Mohammad Rashedur Rahman [RRn]

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Calgary, Canada
M.Sc., University of Manitoba, Canada

Dr. Hafiz Abdur Rahman - [HzR]

Associate Professor
Ph.D.,University of British Columbia, Canada
M.Sc., Purdue University, USA

Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Bari [RzB]

Associate Professor
Ph.D.,University of Canterbury, New zealand

Dr. Shazzad Hosain - [Szz]

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Wayne State University, USA

Dr. Hasan Uz Zaman [HUZ]

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Michigan, USA
M.S. University of Michigan, USA

Dr. Nova Ahmed - [NvA]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D.,Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Dr. Asad Jamil [AdJ]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Colorado, USA
M.Sc., University of Florida, USA

Dr. Atiqur Rahman - [Aqu]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of London, UK
M.Sc., University of London, UK

Dr. Rajesh Palit - [RjP]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Waterloo, Canada
M.Sc., University of Manitoba, Canada

Dr. Lamia Iftekhar - [Lih]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Dartmouth College, USA

Dr. Mohammad Akhtar Hossain [hdh]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Texas A & M University, USA
MS., Lamar University, USA.

Dr. Nabil Shovon Ashraf

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Arizona State University, USA
M.S., University of Central Florida, USA

Dr. Mohammad Monirujjaman Khan [KMM]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Queen Mary University of London, UK
B.Eng., Queen Mary University of London, UK

Dr. Sejuti Rahman [SjR]

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Australian National University

Mr. Iqbalur Rahman Rokon - [IqR]

Senior Lecturer
MS, California State University, USA

Mr. Mirza Mohammad Lutfe Elahi [MLE]

Senior Lecturer
M.Sc., University of Texas at Arlington, USA

Mr. Md. Abu Obaidah - [AbO]

M.Sc., University of Akron, USA


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