Dr Debashish Das
Data Science Lecturer
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Debashish received his Bsc Computer Science Degree from University of Madras, India, Masters in Computer Science from University of Pune, India.
He obtained his PhD in Computer Science from University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. After the completion of Masters in Computer Science, he started his academic career and has been involved in university level teaching for 20 years. In 2022, he joined as a Data Science Lecturer at Birmingham City University.
He started his teaching career as a Lecturer of Computer Science and Engineering at Leading University Sylhet, Bangladesh from 2003 to 2006. During this period, he was also involved in research at University of West London (Former Thames Valley University) for a year from 2005 to 2006.
From 2006 to 2012, Debashish worked as a Senior Lecturer of Computer Science and Engineering and Coordinator Academic Affairs at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. During this period, he was involved in teaching at two different universities in Malaysia. From 2012-2021, he was a Lecturer, School of Computing at Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation, Malaysia.
Debashish was a Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science and Technology at Xiamen University Malaysia from 2020-2022. During this period, he was awarded XMUM Research Fund to work with a project titled, “Clothing classification via Convolution Neural Network (CNN) as a mean to improve the accuracy and selection of clothing”. He has also served as a Visiting Assistant Professor, Data Science and Engineering at American University of Malta from August 2021 to December 2021.
Debashish received several important recognitions for quality teaching and research including Top Performing Academic, Doctoral Scholarship Scheme (DSS), PGRS Research Grant, Gold Medal in 3 Minutes Thesis Completion, Merit Award (GOLD) for SCI Indexed Journal Publication.
He has published a number of peer-reviewed scientific publications in international conferences, journals, taught postgraduate and undergraduate courses and supervised a large number of undergraduate and postgraduate students.