Monzur Muhammad is a Lecturer of Computer Science and Engineering Department at BRAC University. He attained his Master of Science in Computer Science from New York University in 2013. At New York University, Monzur led two research projects and mentored several Undergraduate students for three years. He worked on the project AFFIX, which was a semantically consistent with the goal of solving many of the modern day challenge faced in network programming. The second project was community driven distributed systems named Seattle with the goal of building a publicly available testbed using unused resources in everyday devices. Monzur worked on the project Seattle for five years. Along with the two main projects, Monzur Muhammad also worked on several smaller research project and published the paper "NetCheck: Network Diagnoses from Blackbox Traces" at the 11th Symposium on Network Systems Design & Implementation (NSDI'14).