McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Shah Asaduzzaman obtained his PhD in Computer Science from McGill University, Canada, in 2008, specializing in organization of large-scale distributed computing and communication systems. He was born in Bangladesh, and is a graduate of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), the centre of excellence for engineers in Bangladesh. He also served as a faculty member at BUET for two years. He spent time as a postdoctoral research fellow at University of Ottawa and Carleton University, Ottawa, working on peer-to-peer distributed systems and geographic-information systems, respectively. Later on, he migrated to the Silicon Valley to join the vibrant software engineer community there. He was the key engineer behind the development of connected-car navigation platform at Telenav inc. He is currently working on the Bing online services infrastructure at Microsoft.
Distributed computing systems,scalable distributed data structures network structures, software defined networks, overlay networks maps, navigation and geographic Information Systems ubiquitous Computing, networked embedded computing