Mohammad Abdul Matin
Dr. Mohammad A Matin is a Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at North South University (NSU), where he has been since 2008. He was first appointed as Assistant Professor and then promoted to Associate Professor at North South University in 2011 and later on Professor. While in that post he was also the coordinator of EEE program. During 2012-2017, he was an Associate Professor at Universiti Teknologi Brunei (UTB), Brunei Darussalam (QS World University ranking 379). He received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from BUET (Bangladesh), his M.Sc. degree in Digital Communication from Loughborough University, UK and PhD in Wireless Communication from Newcastle University, UK. He has taught several courses in communications, electronics and signal processing at KUET, Khulna University, BRAC University, and UKM (Malaysia) during his career. He has published over 90 peer-reviewed journals and conference papers, and is the author/editor of 16 (sixteen) academic books such as Towards Cognitive IoT Networks (Springer, 2020), Communication Systems for Electrical Engineers (Springer, 2018), Spectrum Access and Management for Cognitive Radio Networks (Springer, 2016), Coding for MIMO-OFDM in Future Wireless Systems (Springer, 2015), Advances in Sensor Networks Research (Nova publisher, USA, 2014) and 10 (ten) book chapters. He has presented invited talks in Bangladesh and Malaysia and has served as a member of the program committee for more than 50 international conferences. He is on the editorial board of several international journals such as IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE, USA, IET Wireless Sensor Systems (IET-WSS), and so on. Dr. Matin is a member of the IEEE, IEEE Communications Society (IEEE ComSoc), and several other international organizations. He served as a counselor of IEEE North South University (2008–2011), and secretary of the IEEE Communication Society, Bangladesh Chapter (2010–2011). He has received a number of prizes and scholarships including the Best student prize (Loughborough University), Commonwealth Scholarship, and Overseas Research Scholarship (ORS) conferred by the Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals (CVCP) in the UK. He has been fortunate enough to work in WFS Project with Wireless Fibre Sytems Ltd, UK as an expert. His current research interests include UWB communication, wireless sensor networks, cognitive radio, EM modeling, and antenna engineering.