Md Mahmudul Hasan

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Master of Philosophy candidate

BSc Eng (Electrical & Electronic Engineering), Khulna University of Engineering & Technology-KUET, Bangladesh (2016)

Md Mahmudul Hasan is applying his engineering knowledge to road safety applications, particularly relating to his research project of Bio-signal Processing for Driver Fatigue Detection & Brain Computer Interface (BCI) for ITS and AVs.

He has been involved in various multidisciplinary research projects, including EEG Biometrics, EEG based emotion detection, robotics and automation, and was awarded “Joy Bangla Youth Award-2015” as one of the top 200 Young Scientists by Centre for Research & Information (CRI), Bangladesh.


“Bio-Signal Based Driver Drowsiness Detection and Alert System”


Dr Christopher Watling, Dr Gregoire Larue and Dr Mark King


  • Bio-Signal Processing (EEG, ECG, EOG & EMG)
  • EEG Biometrics
  • Brain Computer Interface (BCI)
  • Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)
  • Image and video processing
  • Machine Learning (ANN)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Automation
  • Internet of Things (IoT)

2019 Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend (International) & RTP Fees Offset (International)
2013- 2016 University Dean’s Award (KUET)
2012- 2016 Bangladesh Government Board Scholarships
2012- 2016 Prime Bank Foundation Excellence Scholarship
2015 Joy Bangla Youth Award
2007- 2009 Talent Scholarship by Bangladesh Government (Ministry of Education)

August 2016 – January 2019 Lecturer, Bangladesh Army University of Engineering & Technology (BAUET)
August 2016 – January 2019 Vice President, BAUET Automation and Robotics Club (BARC)

Courses taught in the Bangladesh Army University of Engineering and Technology (BAUET):
– Basic Electrical Engineering- EEE 1101, EEE 1163, EEE 1265
– Basic Electrical Engineering & Simulation Sessional- EEE 1102
– Computer Programming- CSE 2109
– Computer Programming Sessional- CSE 2110
– Numerical Techniques Sessional- EEE 2212
– VLSI- I – EEE 3217
– VLSI- I Sessional- EEE 3218
– Undergrad Thesis & Projects- EEE 4000