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Md Mahbub Chowdhury Mishu

Flat 2, 14 Stafford Road, Bournemouth, BH1 1JH, Dorset, UK Tel: +44(0)7772878158 Email: Website: Education:
March 2012 Present Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Intelligent Pressure sore identification and alarming system design. Bournemouth University, UK Summary: This research project aims at designing an intelligent pressure sores detection
system that can alarm patients and health carers before the sores progress to ulceration level. Pressure sores develop when a large pressure is applied to an area of skin over a short period of time or when less force is applied over a longer period. Approximately 412,000 individuals develop a new pressure ulcer annually in the UK. The most recent study suggested that the total treatment cost to the health and social care system in the UK is 1.4-2.1 billion annually (4% of total NHS expenditure). The aim of the proposed research project is to design and deliver an intelligent pressure sores identification system that can be used while one is in lying down position. This can reduce the cost of care and will significantly improve healthcare outcomes and quality of life of vulnerable patients. The area of research is biomedical engineering which involves mechanical and electronic engineering for sensor design and computational techniques for data interpretation including clinical trial of the developed system.

September 2009 September 2010

Master of Science (M.Sc) in Electronic Communications & Computer Engineering. University of Nottingham, UK [Pass] M.Sc thesis title: Modelling of a Convolutional Encoders with Viterbi decoders for Next Generation Broadband Wireless Access Systems

August Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. American International University Bangladesh [CGPA 3.18 on a scale of 4.00] 2005 May 2009 Design Project title: A DS BPSK system design and BER (Bit error rate) calculation For CDMA system. August Higher Secondary Certificate (Eq. to A/AS level) Dhaka College, Dhaka, Bangladesh [CGPA 4.20 on a scale of 5.00] 2003 July 2005 January 1993 March 2003 Secondary School Certificate (Eq. to GCSE O Level) Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka, Bangladesh [CGPA of 4.75 on a scale of 5.00]

Work Experience: October Associate Lecturer 2011 Southampton Solent University, UK Responsibilities: February Teaching on Electronic Engineering courses across a range of units/subject 2012 areas as required by the University and directed by the Designated Line Manager using appropriate teaching, learning support and assessment methods. Ensuring that teaching and professional expertise is up to date. Participation in the examination/assessment process including amongst others; the setting of papers, preparing marking schemes, agreeing marks with other staff and attending external examiners meetings. May 2011 Researcher Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton Solent University. September Project: The Implications of Different Interpretations of International 2011 Convention For the Implementations of Hours of Rest Legislation for Sea Farers Responsibilities: Determination of the Hours of work and rest based on ILO (MLC 2006) for Maritime industry using ISF watch-keeper 3 software. Comparison of several legislations such as IMO STCW 95, OPA 90, ILO C180 using Software. Report generation by using several legislations and identifying the conformance and non conformance states. February Researcher 2011 Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton Solent University Project: Pivot Point and 3D potential flow calculation April 2011 Responsibilities: Flow calculation of Ship by using singular distribution method based on the computational fluid dynamic (CFD) theorem. Testing codes in several compliers such as Fortran-90, C, Unix Hull shape design in MATLAB with pivot point. Parallel computing by using clustered UNIX machines and XP. 3D modelling by using VRML 2.0. Analysis of SMP-93, WIMAT & MSS (Marine Ship Simulator) September Researcher 2010 Warsash Maritime academy, Southampton Solent University. Project: Horizon December Responsibilities: Developing electronic version of performance criteria log book in Excel 2011 2007 with security. Video analysis of the participants while they are on watch. Operating 6 on 6 off working routine during the experimental runs with the responsibility for data collection and file preparation. Data Analysis.

Publication Seo,S & Mishu, M. The Use of Pivot Point in Ship Handling For Safer and more accurate Ship Manoeuvring, May-2011. Accepted at IMLA (Institute of Maritime Lecturers Association) as a conference paper. Computer Skills Operating Systems: Windows 98,2000,ME, XP,vista,7, Unix Office software: Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, 2010. Advance level in excel, power point, MS project, Visio Technical Software: Lab View,ADS,XILINX, Model-sim, Somnologica, Palm, ISF watchkeeper3,SPSS, Columbus Academic Software PSPICE, ARTUR, FEMLAB, FEEDBACK Programming C,C++,C#(object oriented), MATLAB, ASP.NET,J2EE, Fortran languages Web/Graphic Auto-CAD, Tecplot, Flash, Dreamweaver, Simulink design: Database: Microsoft SQL Server 2005, 2008 Research & Technical Report Writing June 2011 July 2011 Horizon Deliverables submitted to European Commission : D8, D10, D12 CoAuthor The Implications of Different Interpretations of International Convention For Cothe Implementations of Hours of Rest Legislation for Sea Farers Author

Academic Awards & Grants: PhD Studentship (Full) award by Bournemouth University 2012. NHS Research Grant 2012.

References: Professor Mike Barnett, BSc (Hons), PhD, CMarSci, FIMarEST, FNI Director of Research Southampton Solent University, UK Southampton Email:

Dr David Gatfield, MSc PhD IEng IMarEng MIMarEST Head of Maritime Education & Training Southampton Solent University, Warsash Maritime Academy, UK Email:

Dr Venky Dubey Associate Professor School of Design, Engineering & Computing Bournemouth University, UK Email: