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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh

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atif AT cse DOT buet DOT ac DOT bd

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Dr. Atif Hasan Rahman (আতিফ হাসান রহমান)

Associate Professor
Research Area:
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Research Interest:
Genomics
Academic Background:
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2015
University of California, Berkeley

B.Sc.Engg. in Computer Science and Engineering, 2007
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Selected Publications:

Tasfia Zahin, Md. Hasin Abrar, Mizanur Rahman, Tahrina Tasnim, Md. Shamsuzzoha Bayzid and Atif Rahman, An Alignment-free Method for Phylogeny Estimation using Maximum Likelihood. bioRxiv (2019): 875526.

Mahmudur Rahman Hera, Amatur Rahman and Atif Rahman, kRISP-meR: A Reference-free Guide-RNA Design Tool for CRISPR/Cas9. bioRxiv (2019): 869115.

Atif Rahman and Lior Pachter, SWALO: scaffolding with assembly likelihood optimization. bioRxiv (2016): 081786.

Atif Rahman, Ingilief Hallgrimsdottir, Michael B. Eisen and Lior Pachter, Association mapping from sequencing reads using k-mers. eLife 7 (2018): e32920.

Atif Rahman and Lior Pachter, CGAL: computing genome assembly likelihoods, Genome Biology, 14 (2013), R8.

Atif Rahman, Swakkhar Shatabda, and Masud Hasan. An approximation algorithm for sorting by reversals and transpositions. Journal of Discrete Algorithms, 6(3):449–457, Elsevier, 2008.

Journal Papers:

1. Rahman Atif and Pachter Lior, SWALO: scaffolding with assembly likelihood optimization, Nucleic acids research, 49, e117--e117, 2021.
2. Mehrab Zakaria and Mobin Jaiaid and Tahmid Ibrahim Asadullah and Rahman Atif, Efficient association mapping from k-mers—An application in finding sex-specific sequences, Plos one, 16, e0245058, 2021.
3. Mehrab Zakaria and Mobin Jaiaid and Tahmid Ibrahim Asadullah and Pachter Lior and Rahman Atif, Reference-free Association Mapping from Sequencing Reads Using k-mers, Bio-protocol, 10, e3815--e3815, 2020.
4. Nayeem Muhammad Ali and Bayzid Md Shamsuzzoha and Rahman Atif Hasan and Shahriyar Rifat and Rahman M Sohel, Multiobjective Formulation of Multiple Sequence Alignment for Phylogeny Inference, IEEE Transactions on Cybernetics, 2020.
5. A. H. Rahman, Ingilief Hallgrimsdottir, Michael Eisen, Lior Pachter, Association mapping from sequencing reads using k-mers, eLife, 7, 2018.
6. A. H. Rahman, Lior Pachter, CGAL: computing genome assembly likelihoods, Genome Biology, 14, 2013.
7. A. H. Rahman, Swakkhar Shatabda, Masud Hasan, An approximation algorithm for sorting by reversals and transpositions, Journal of Discrete Algorithms, 6, 449-457, 2008.
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