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Shaila Sharmeen Address: House#7, Road#1, Block#D, Section#2, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216. Mobile: +8801911113378 Email: ssharmeen@ewubd.


To involve myself in a noble profession like teaching in the university level and to use my knowledge and academic background for future research collaboration.

Work Experience:
Lecturer (15 May 2008-till date) East West University 43, Mohakhali C/A Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh. Assistant Programmer (01 January 2006 18 July 2006) Agrani Bank, Dhaka Job Responsibility: Working with a team for making and updating Banking Software, Networking, and planning for computer hardware buying and installation.

MS in Telecommunication, December 2007 University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia B.Sc (Engg) in Computer Science & Engineering, March 2005 Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh H.S.C, 2000 Viqarunnisa Noon College, Dhaka. S.S.C, 1998 Rangpur Cant. Public School and College. Key Courses at Postgraduate level: Optical Communications Systems, Wireless Data Communication Systems, Network Management, Switching System Design, Computer Networks, Cellular Mobile Communications, Microwave Circuits: Theory& Technique, Adaptive Signal Processing in Telecommunication. Key Courses at Undergraduate level: Computer Basics and Programming, Object Oriented Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Logic Design, Algorithm Analysis and Design, Microprocessor and Assembly Languages, Computer Architecture and Organization, Peripherals and Interfacing, Database Systems, Data Communications, Analysis and Design of Information Systems, Digital System design, VLSI Design, Compiler Design, Information Security and Control, Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence, Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Software Engineering, Computer Graphics, Theory of Computations, Discrete Mathematics, Numerical Methods, Applied Statistics, Digital Electronics, Analog electronics, Machine, Measurement. Thesis Work: Generating Robust and Flexible Job Shop Schedules by Using Grammatical Evolution. Supervised by: Prof. Dr. M.M.A. Hashem Abstract: The problem of finding robust and flexible solutions for scheduling problems is of utmost importance for real world applications as they operate in dynamic environments. In such environments, it is often necessary to reschedule an existing plan due to failures (e.g. machine breakdowns).Thus a robust and flexible solution may be more valuable than an optimal solution that does not allow easy modification. This thesis considers the issue of the robust and flexible solutions for the job shop scheduling problems with variable time slots. Through experiments, it is shown that using a grammatical evolution it is possible to find out robust and flexible schedules with a low cost. These schedules are demonstrated to perform significantly better in rescheduling after a breakdown.

Dr.Mozammel Huq Azad Khan Chairperson & Professor Computer Science & Engineering, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh Tel: 9882308 Ext-221, Prof. Dr. M. M. A. Hashem Department of Computer Science and Engineering, KUET, Khulna-920300, Bangladesh. Tel +88-041-774318 Mobile. +88-0171-1187270. Email:, Hamoodur Rahman Khan Teaching Assistant, Microwave and RF Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia Phone : Contact number will be provided upon request. E-Mail : Dr. M Nazrul Islam Professor School of Management, AIT Bangkok, Thailand. Phone : Contact number will be provided upon request. MD. Karimul Haque Talukder Former Head of Agriculture, Bangladesh Resident Mission, Asian Development Bank. Phone : Contact number will be provided upon request.