Shahriar Manzoor
Assistant Professor and Chairman
Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Courses Taught

  • Programming Language I (C)
  • Data Structure
  • Numerical Methods
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • English for Engineers
  • Mathematical Analysis for Computer Science
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Probability and Queuing Theory
  • Coordinate Geomet

Research Interest

  • Algorithms
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Human behavior in Programming Contests


Journal Paper

  • "Common Mistakes in Online and Real-time Programming Contests"

    Published in ACM Magazine Crossroads August 2001 Edition and republished in Summer 2008 edition.

  • "On optimal keyboard layout, presented at International Conference on Computer and Information Technology, 2000."

    Held during 25-26 th January, 2001 (With M. Abedin and Dr. M. Kaykobad)


    Presented in a conference of Institute of Engineers (With Prof. Golam Mohiuddin, IPE Dept, BUET)

  • "Analyzing Programming Contest Statistics"

    Accepted at Perspectives on Computer Science Competitions for (High School) Students, Dagstuhl, Germany

  • "Competitive Learning in Informatics"
    The UVa Online Judge Experience

    Miguel A. REVILLA, Shahriar MANZOOR, Rujia LIU, published in OLYMPIADS IN INFORMATICS, 2008, Vol. 2, 131-148

  • "CodeMarshal Judge: Deploying Cloud to Enhance ACM ICPC Reach"

    Mohammad Mahmudur Rahman, Mahmud Ridwan, Shahriar Manzoor, Miguel Revilla

Other Affiliations and Activities

Programming Contest

  • ACM ICPC World Finals Judge 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Judging Director in ACM ICPC Asia Regional, Dhaka Site 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Chief Judge in ACM ICPC Asia Regional Kuala lumpur Site 2010
  • Member of UVa Online Judge since 2000.
  • Chief Judge in National Computer Programming Contest 2003, 2004
  • Judging Director in National Computer Programming Contest 2014
  • Has set around 310 problems in different Programming Contest, which is highest as an individual in Bangladesh and probably 2nd highest in the World. Problem sets by him has been used in the book titled "Programming Challenges" - written by Steve Skiena and Miguel Revilla and published by Springer

Perticipation in Programming Contest

  • ACM ICPC Regional Contest 1999, Dhaka Site - 3rd
  • National Computer Programming Contest 2000 - 3rd
  • Electro Computer Day Programming Contest 1999 - 2nd
List of students supervised for CSE400/4000: Research Methodology and CSE434/4055: Project courses:
Serial Project Name Students Semester
1 Uniqueness of summation and multiplication of totatives Muhammed Hedayetul Islam Fall-2011
2 A comparative study of Neural network applied to Handwritten Offline Numeral recognition and other methods Mohammad Amzad Hossain Spring-2007
3 Human Face Detection in Color Images Tania Akter Spring-2007
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