My passion is to turn data into actionable insights. To achieve that goal in an efficient and timely manner, I am working on a real-time data analytics platform that involves building data pipelines capable of batch & streaming data processing along with prototyping experimentation engine, building thermal models, and investigating customer segmentation.
I am currently a Graduate Research Assistant in Software Engineering & Intelligent Systems at the University of Alberta. My research revolves around real-time data analytics platform in collaboration with ATB Financial and falls in the realms of data analytics and machine learning. I am also working on a smart home project that is in the cross-section of IoT, data analytics, and machine learning. Before this, I was a system engineer in the telecommunications industry for a couple of years and was involved in IoT proof of concept project using AWS & Telenor Connexion.
Please reach out to me if you wanna talk about anything data! Also, a chat about movies/series or cooking can be interesting too!
This lab focuses on analyzing, modelling and designing dependable software systems.PACS Lab
This lab focuses on Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Energy Informatics. We are passionate about interdisciplinary, complex systems challenges at scale through the use of networked sensors and real-time analytics.Sustainable Computing Lab
Md Monir Hossain, Tianyu Zhang, Omid Ardakanian, "Evaluating the Feasibility of Reusing Pre-trained Thermal Models in the Residential Sector", In Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Workshop on Urban Building Energy Sensing, Controls, Big Data Analysis, and Visualization (UrbSys), 2019.
The goal of this work is to build thermal model at scale.
Md Monir Hossain, Nima Mahmoudi, Changyuan Lin, Hamzeh Khazaei, and Abram Hindle. "Executability of Python Snippets in Stack Overflow." arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.04908 (2019).
Online resources today contain an abundant amount of code snippets for documentation, collaboration, learning, and problem-solving purposes. Their executability in a ‘plug and play’ manner enables us to confirm their quality and use them directly in projects. But, in practice that is often not the case due to several requirements violations or incompleteness. The goal is to analyze these snippets.
Md Monir Hossain, Shuvro Barua, and M. A. Matin. "A pre-feasibility study for electrification in Nijhum Dwip using hybrid renewable technology." In 2015 International Conference on Electrical & Electronic Engineering (ICEEE), pp. 225-228. IEEE, 2015.