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Dr. Alamgir Hossain



Dr. Alamgir Hossain received the DPhil degree from the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK. He is currently serving as the Vice President & Professor of Applied AI in the Cambodia University of Technology & Science, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Prior to this Professor Hossain served in the Teesside University UK (Research Lead, Centre for Digital Innovation; Head of Digital Research & Innovation, National Horizon Centre), the Anglia Ruskin University at Cambridge (Director of IT Research Institute), University of Northumbria at Newcastle (Head of the Computational Intelligence Group), University of Bradford (Senior lecturer), University of Sheffield (Research Fellow), Sheffield Hallam University (Senior Lecturer) and the University of Dhaka (Chairman of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering). He has extensive research experience in AI applications, big data analysis, image processing, predictive modelling, cybersecurity, intelligent decision support systems, humanoid robots, process optimisation, real-time and adaptive control systems. Professor Hossain has led many large EU & UKRI funded projects as an international lead investigator, worth over £16 million. These include EU funded projects (e-Link, 5.5 million Euro; cLink, 2.5 million Euro), Newton Funded Project (TB-Test), Innovate UK project (Risk2Click), etc.  With a publication in Nature, he has published over 350 refereed research articles, contributed to 12 books, received the “F C Williams 1996” award for an IET journal (UK) and Lifetime achievement award (Channel S, London). He has received over 12,000 citations and won five best paper awards at international conferences. He had 17 successful PhD completions under his direct supervision. He also served as a guest editor of many high-quality journals, chair/co-chairs of many conferences, reviewer of many journals and conferences.