Kazi Samin Mubasshir 


Boston, Massachusetts

Department of Computer Science

Purdue University

Lawson Computer Science Building

West Lafayette, IN 47907

Email:  kmubassh@purdue.edu


About Me

I am a Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University. I started my Ph.D. in Fall 2022 under the supervision of Professor Elisa Bertino.

Before this, I worked as a Machine Learning Engineer at Advanced Chemical Industries Ltd, Bangladesh. I have conducted different predictive analyses to help make effective business decisions and built server-side applications that run at countrywide points of services.

I worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the CSE BUET NLP Lab during my undergraduate studies. Notable works from my tenure are:

I completed my B.Sc. from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, in February 2021 with honors.

Research Interests

My research interests lie at the intersection of network security and machine learning applications. The primary focus of my research is developing innovative solutions to enhance the security landscape of cellular networks. I am particularly intrigued by the challenges posed by evolving threats against cellular networks and aim to leverage machine learning techniques to fortify defenses against these dynamic adversaries. My current projects explore the application of predictive modeling to anticipate and mitigate potential threats by sophisticated attackers. By combining theoretical insights with practical implementations, I aspire to contribute valuable advancements to network security and address the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape.

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