Lecturers

Dr Tanmoy Debnath

Lecturer in Computer Science
Bathurst
Building 1292 Room 3-6

Tanmoy has completed his PhD degree in Network Engineering from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Ireland. Prior to that he obtained MSc and BSc engineering degrees from the Chalmers University of Technology (CUT), Sweden and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh respectively. He joined the Centre for Research in Complex Systems (CRiCS) of the Charles Sturt University (CSU) in February 2015 as a post-doctoral researcher funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC DP Project-DP130103670). Before joining the CSU as a lecturer he has worked as an assistant professor in the American International University Bangladesh (AIUB), a casual academic in the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland and part time teacher in TAFE Western NSW, Australia.

Tanmoy has a passion for literature, music, and languages. He is an NAATI Australia accredited language interpreter who worked for the Department of Home Affairs (ex Department of Immigration and Border Protection), Department of Human Services (Centerlink), NSW Health, Victorian Interpreting and Translating Service on a casual basis.

Teaching Responsibilities

Tanmoy has over 12 years of experience in lecturing and research in tertiary level educational institutions in Australia, Ireland, Sweden, and Bangladesh in Computer Science/Network Engineering/Electrical and Electronics Engineering/Information and Communications Engineering/IT Security/Business Statistics etc.

At CSU, he lectures and/or marks the following subjects:

  • ITC560: Internet of Things;
  • ITC539: Android App Development;
  • ITC358: IT Security;
  • ITC313: Programming in Java 2;
  • ITC308: IT Project;
  • ITC306: Project Preparation;
  • ITC218: ICT Project Management;
  • ITC212: Internet Technologies;
  • ITC206: Programming in Java 1;
  • ITC161: Computer Systems;
  • ITC114: Introduction to Database Systems;
  • QBM120: Business Data Analysis.
  • MTH100: Foundation Mathematics.

Research

  • IP Networks including Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs);
  • Multimedia Streaming;
  • IT Security;
  • E-Health;
  • Hyperspectral Imaging;
  • Computer Vision‚Äč;
  • Multi-Assessor Bias Analysis in Examinations Utilizing Eye Tracker and EEG Devices.

Professional Activities

Member:

  • E-Health Research Group, Charles Sturt University, Australia.
  • The Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh.

Reviewer:

  • Eurasip Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (JASP), JCR Ranked Q2.
  • IEE Irish Signals and Systems Conference 2006 (ISSC 2006), Ireland.
  • IEEE International Conference on Communications 2007 (ICC 2007), United Kingdom.

Scholarships & Awards

  • Post-doctoral researcher funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC DP Project-DP130103670).
  • Best paper award - Information Technology and Telecommunications Conference 2007, Ireland.
  • Science Foundation Ireland PhD Scholarship, Ireland.
  • Bangladesh Government Scholarships for outstanding results in nationwide 5th and 8th grade examinations.

Publications

  • An experimental analysis of assessor specific bias in a programming assessment in multi-assessor scenarios utilizing an eye tracker. Tanmoy Debnath, Manoranjan Paul, Subrata Chakraborty, Pallab Kanti Podder, Raj Gururajan, Abdul Hafeez-Baig. The London International Conference on Education 2016 (LICE-2016), London, The UK. November 2016.
  • An Analysis of Human Engagement Behaviour Using Descriptors from Human Feedback, Eye Tracking, and Saliency Modelling. Pallab Podder, Manoranjan Paul, Tanmoy Debnath, Manzur Murshed. The International Conference on Digital Image Computing: Techniques and Applications 2015 (DICTA 2015), Adelaide, Australia, November 2015.
  • Enhancing Automated Defect Detection in Collagen Based Manufacturing by Employing a Smart Machine Vision Technique. Christopher D. Williams, Manoranjan Paul, Tanmoy Debnath. 7th Pacific Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology 2015 (PSIVT 2015), Auckland, New Zealand, November 2015.
  • An Experimental Analysis of Video Eye Tracker Data in Predicting Human Engagement Behaviour. Tanmoy Debnath and Manoranjan Paul. The Video/Image Coding, Processing, and Understanding workshop (VICPU 2015).  Bathurst, Australia, November 2015.
  • A Numerical Performance Analysis of the IEEE 802.11b Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs). Tanmoy Debnath. AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE). Volume 12, Number 1, August 2013. ISSN 1608 – 3679.
  • The Effects of Contention between stations on Video Streaming Applications over Wireless Local Area Networks- an experimental approach. Nicola Cranley, Tanmoy Debnath, Mark Davis. Information Technology and Telecommunications Conference 2007 (ITT 2007), Blanchardstown, Ireland, October 2007. [Conference Best Paper Award]
  • An Experimental Investigation of Parallel Multimedia Streams over IEEE 802.11e WLAN Networks using TXOP. Nicola Cranley, Tanmoy Debnath, Mark Davis. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2007), Glasgow, United Kingdom, June 2007.
  • Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Background Traffic Loads on Streamed Video over 802.11b WLANs. Tanmoy Debnath, Nicola Cranley, Mark Davis. Information Technology and Telecommunications Conference 2006 (ITT 2006), Carlow, Ireland, October 2006.
  • Experimental Comparison of Wired versus Wireless Video Streaming over IEEE 802.11b WLANs. Tanmoy Debnath, Nicola Cranley, Mark Davis. IEE Irish Signals and Systems Conference 2006 (ISSC 2006), Dublin, Ireland, June 2006.
  • Video Streaming Applications over WLAN. Nicola Cranley, Tanmoy Debnath, Mark Davis. The National Communications Network Research Centre (NCNRC), Hamilton Institute, Maynooth, Ireland, March 2006.

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