Dr. Md Shadab Mashuk
School of Science, Engineering and Environment
Teaching Fellow in Computer Science
Shadab is a Teaching Fellow in the School of Computing, Science & Engineering at the University of Salford. He has several years of experience working in the industry and academia as a Data Scientist and Software Engineer working on large scale projects as part of the team before joining Salford and brings with him a pool of industry specific experience that can enrich teaching and foster industry collaboration significantly.
He did an interdisciplinary PhD from University of Nottingham and was part of the Horizon CDT, School of Computer Science. He also completed his MSc in Advanced Computing Science from University of Nottingham and BSc in Computer Science from NSU, Bangladesh.
He is highly interested in interdisciplinary research involving the application of AI and Machine learning (ML) algorithms/techniques, data pre-processing and modelling, He is also interested in areas of stochastic simulation using agent-based modelling approach that incorporates intelligent agent interactions and behavioural analysis.
At the moment, he is involved in multiple projects involving ML/Deep learning to develop predictive models, evaluate their performance and apply NLP techniques to analyse textual records.
If you are interested in pursuing PhD and find his research interests aligned with yours, please do not hesitate to contact him.
Areas of research
Machine Learning, Deep Learning, AI/NLP, Agent Based Modelling
Areas of supervision
AI/Machine Learning, Data Modelling and Analysis, Agent Based Modelling
- Programming 1
- Programming 2
- Data Structures
- Algorithm Analysis
- Supervising Final Year UG Dissertations
- Machine Learning
- Deep Learning
- Agent Based Modelling
- PhD, Computer Science, University of Nottingham, UK
- MSc, Advanced Computing Science, University of Nottingham, UK
- BSc, Computer Science and Engineering, The North South University, Bangladesh