Interests: Biomedical Instrumentation; Engineering, Biosensors, BCI.
I am a guest PhD level student at School of Computing, BTH as a continuation part of my PhD studies at the Department of Biomedical Physics and Technology, University of Dhaka.
The duration of my research work at BTH is for eight months and it is financially supported by ISP of Uppsala University.
Currently I am working and developing tools for feature extraction and classification of EEG signals, specifically for voluntary motor movement or intent of human movement and imaginary movements as well.
The classified signals then may be translated as commands to operate electromechanical systems such as prosthetics, electric wheelchairs etc. and also for human machine interaction.
The aim of the current work is to produce higher through output or data rate, minimum training for the use of BCI system, less complexity for usability with embedded systems and to investigate whether classified emotional EEG signals can be used along with voluntary motor movement signals to get higher level of adaption of the BCI system.
2006: Master of Science and Engineering with a Major in Electronics.
2005: B.Sc. (Physics).
01. Abdullah Al-Amin, A K M Bodiuzzaman, Ahamad Imtiaz Khan, Ahmed Raihan Abir, K Siddique-e Rabbani, Indigenous development of a Computerized 12 lead diagnostic ECG equipment, Proceedings of the International Science Seminar, Asiatic Society, Bangladesh. October 28-29, 2011.
02. K Siddique-e Rabbani, Abdullah Al-Amin, Ahmed Raihan Abir, A K M Bodiuzzaman, Ahamad Imtiaz Khan, M Zihad Tarafdar, A Rural Health Monitor with Telemedicine, Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (ICBME 2011), Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India, December 2011.