Location: GMCS 429
Phone: +1 619 594-3137
I am a Ph.D. student in Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) at SDSU. I joined the lab in Fall, 2007.
Currently, I am working on identifying prophages. Based on different properties of phages, I am developing an algorithm, which can determine known and unknown prophages in a bacterial genome.
I also conduct my research on the assembly problem – especially designing efficient assembler for very short sequences (SOLiD/Solexa). In the past I worked on applying the information theory on metagenomics and microbial community. I have found that the information theory can be effectively applied on finding informative sequences.
- PhD Student, Computational Science Research Center, SDSU, (started in Fall 07)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science – Summa Cum Laude, American International university-Bangladesh (AIUB), Bangladesh, 2006. I have achieved the Vice Chancellor Award for the Best Thesis in Computer Science.
- Accepted in
- Sajia Akhter, Ipshita Sarkar, Kazi Golam Rabbany, Nahid Akter, Shamim Akhter, Yann Chemin and Honda Kiyoshi, Adapting the LMF Temporal Splining Procedure From Serial to MPI/Linux Clusters, Journal of Computer Science 3(3): 130-133, 2007, Science Publication, New York, USA.