PhD student at the School of Engineering in University of Aberdeen. He completed his BSc (Engr.) in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 2009. He passed his MSc in Wireless Networks from Queen Mary, University of London in 2010 with DISTINCTION.
He joined University of Aberdeen with a 3.5 year PhD studentship in May 2011. He is part of the Electronics Research Group (ERG) and being supervised by Prof. Gorry Fairhurst.
Rural and remote locations in UK need an economic delivery method for fast broadband. Comparing with the other solutions, satellite technology offers better provisions for this purpose. At the same time, it requires special consideration in the implementation of the general TCP/IP stack for application performance improvement. Due to cross-layer interactions in the stack, satellite bandwidth management methods play an important role in application performance. Moreover, the new trends in web delivery bring interesting aspects of satellite compatibility. While research in the "new-web" is beneficial for the greater internet community, research on satellite integration to these technologies is worthy for satellite broadband. Primary research goals contain study of:
Funding: This research is linked to a project "Satellite Internet for Rural Access (SIRA)" which is being funded by EPSRC through the dot.rural Digital Economy hub.
Expected thesis submission date: September 2014