Md. Abdur Rahman serves as the Pro Vice Chancellor of American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB). In 2013, he achieved his PhD in wireless communications from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. His educational background also includes BSc Engineering and M.E. degrees earned from American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) and Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand, respectively.
His current research interests span various areas such as cognitive radio, bioinformatics, wireless systems, and ICT. Dr. Rahman conducted postdoctoral research in the field of Bio-informatics at the School of Engineering and IT at Federation University Australia.
He holds esteemed memberships as a Life Fellow of IEB and a senior member of IEEE. In addition, he possesses a professional engineer (P. Engg.) certification, as well as an ABC electrical supervisory license. During his doctoral studies, he led a diverse team comprising both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Together, they designed an emergency wireless network and participated in four international research competitions, securing notable achievements. Noteworthy awards earned by the team include the Wireless Innovation Smart
Radio Challenge, the IEEE President’s Change the World Outstanding Humanitarian Award, the IEEE DSPS Best Student Presentation Award, and the IEEE Tokyotech Best Paper Award.Presently residing in Dhaka, Bangladesh, he is dedicated to enhancing teaching and learning methodologies and introducing innovative assessment tools. Dr. Rahman plays an active role in the Board of Accreditation for Engineering and Technical Education (BAETE) as an evaluator, having successfully completed 13 accreditation evaluations as Chair or member of the team. Moreover, he is a member of the Quality Assurance Cell (QAC) of BAETE.