About Me 
Hello! I am Tousif Ahmed, a fifth-year Ph.D. student in School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington, working with Professor Apu Kapadia. Before starting my Ph.D., I completed my undergraduate from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).

My research interests span various topics in usable security and privacy including inclusive privacy and security,  security and privacy of wearable devices, and social media privacy.  As a researcher, I prefer to make impactful contributions to the real world through my research. I want to address various security and privacy issues using Machine Learning, Data Mining, and Computer Vision. My research investigates the ways to privacy and security issues of people with visual impairments using wearable cameras.
Contact Info
Address: Lindley hall, Indiana University
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Research Assistant, Privacy Lab
Indiana University Bloomington
Aug 2013- Present
Summer Research Intern
Microsoft Research India
July 2017- Sep 2017

Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science/Security Informatics (Fall 2013- Now)
Indiana University Bloomington
Adviser: Professor Apu Kapadia

B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering (2007-2012)
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Undergraduate Thesis: Antibandwidth Problem for Caterpillar(View)

  • SIGACCESS  Student Scholar to Attend ACM Turing Award Celebration. 
  • SOUPS Travel Grant 
  • Dean's List for Two academic years in BUET (2009,2011).
  • University Merit scholarship for extraordinary results in 2 terms(2009, 2011).
  • Champion in Banglalink Grandmaster Idea Contest, 2011 
  • 3rd Runner Up in 3rd City Financial IT Case Competition (CFICC),2011
  • Runner Up in the East West University Project Show

You can download my Resume from here: Download

  • Actioneer in Community Action organization, Bangladesh. I worked with one visually impaired student there, whom I  supported financially and helped him to operate computer. I wanted to mention this activity, because I got the idea "Accessible Privacy for People with Visual Impairment" while I was working with him.  I also supported two other under privileged students through this organization.
  • General Secretary, in Bangladeshi Student Association in Indiana University Bloomington. 
  • Lead Coordinator & Organizer of Cultural Program: CSE Festival, 2011.