Hanif Bhuiyan

PhD Scholar

BSc (CSE) – AUST, Bangladesh, 2013, ME (CIE) – Inha University, 2016, South Korea

DOCTORAL RESEARCH

“A rule-based reasoning model for assessing Automated Vehicle law-abiding behaviour”

THESIS SUPERVISORS

Professor Andry Rakotonirainy and Dr Andy Bond

BIOGRAPHY

Hanif is a PhD scholar at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), QUT in a joint collaboration with Business Processes & Legal Informatics Group, DATA61, CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia. Hanif’s research focuses on the compliance checking of the Automated Vehicle behaviour against traffic rules that notify the necessity of interpretation of the required traffic rules, and verify the illegal behaviour of AVs. His research skills include multiple sections of computational and information technology, particularly in Legal Informatics, Knowledge Representation, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, Semantic Web, and Natural Language Processing. He also has industrial experience as a software engineer.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Self-Driving Cars
  • Legal Informatics
  • Rule Based Reasoning
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Augmented Reality

AWARDS

2019 CSIRO Data61 PhD Scholarship

2019 QUT International HDR Tuition Fee Sponsorship

2014-2016 Jungseok International Scholarship, Inha University

2014-2016 BK21 Research Grant, Artificial Intelligence Lab, Inha University

2012 Tuition Fee Award, Ahsanullah University of Science & Technology