Azfar Adib is currently a PhD student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. His doctoral research is focused on developing ECG based biometric applications based on adaptable AI solution. Azfar holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering and an MBA , followed by over 8.5 years of professional experience in a leading telecommunication service provider in Bangladesh. He contributed there across different dimensions, like: IoT-M2M services, 3G mobile broadband network, industry-academic collaboration.
Azfar is a Senior Member in IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). He is highly passionate about empowering people towards best possible usage of technology, which he regularly promotes through public speaking-writing and various voluntary engagements. He has over 40 writings published in different arena. Currently he is also working as a workshop leader in Concordia University, conducting leadership workshops for graduate students.
Sessions in which Azfar Adib attends
Christophe Grova PhD, Concordia University (Speaker)
Amanda Cammalleri (Speaker)
Rachel Downey, Concordia University (Presenter)
Joe Verghese MBBS, MS, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Keynote speaker)