Doctoral Student ATM Golam Bari Elevated to Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Senior Member
June 11, 2019
ATM Golam Bari, a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, has been elevated to the status of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Senior Member. Bari is doing research under the supervision of Associate Professor Alessio Gaspar. Bari's research interests are in evolutionary algorithms (EAs) and their application to computer-aided learning. More specifically, he is interested in leveraging EAs to automatically design practice exercises for novice programmers. His research interests also include machine learning, multi-objective optimization and data mining. Bari has several years of industry experience in developing research and commercial software. He is currently working as a summer intern at Mathworks Inc. Candidates for the senior member grade, the highest level to which a member can apply, must be an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive or originator in IEEE-designated field with at least 10 years of professional practice, five of those showing significant performance. To know more about his work click here. To know more about IEEE's selection process for senior member, please click here.