Dr. Moinul Islam Zaber. is an Associate Professor at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Dr. Zaber is a Data scientist and Man Machine Interconnection Specialist, whose research focus is on the use of data analytics and design thinking for public policy. He co-leads Data and Design lab at the Department of CSE, of the University of Dhaka. The lab conducts a number of exciting innovative research evolving around BIG DATA that required extensive use of machine learning, data mining, applied statistics and proposes the solutions that are refined through the learnings of theories and practices of human-machine interaction. He was also a Research Fellow of LIRNEasia, a Sri Lanka based regional ICT policy and regulation think tank. At LIRNEasia, Dr.Zaber conducted research related to spectrum management and policy. He is also affiliated as a Research Scientist with the Chalmers University, Sweden. At Chalmers University he has conducted an extensive data-centric research on the impact of Broadband speed variability on quality of life.

He received his doctorate in Engineering and Public policy from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. In his research, Dr. Zaber used techno-economic analytic methods to understand issues related to spectrum management, competition due to technology and regulation in the marketplace. Dr. Zaber is well published in peer-reviewed journal papers and have showcased his research in the number of acclaimed Engineering policy conferences.