NSTU student gets best research award


NSTU Correspondent

Md Kowsher, a 10th batch student of Department Applied Mathematics at Noakhali  Science and Technology  University (NSTU), won the best research paper award for presenting research paper on using artificial intelligence in delivery system at the International Conference on Cyber Security and Computer Science which is organized by the Department of Software Engineering of Daffodil International University.

The conference was organized to bring new innovations and research in artificial intelligence and cyber security. Researchers, professors, scientists from more than 20 countries around the world submitted their research papers. Among them, Kowsher got  Best Research Award and his research was done using machine learning and deep learning.

About the research, Kowsher  said, the main focus of the study was about the delivery of patient which  can be decided through  algorithm whether it is Cesarean section or normal delivery.  We have been able to predict the decision  using machine learning and deep learning whether a delivery patient  needs a Cesarean section. In this case, we have been able to make more than 89 percent accurate prediction. As the doctors will use  such discoveries as they will lose their profits. So if we manage funds for this research  in the future, it will be designed in such a way that people can use it to decide whether their baby will be normal in delivery or Cesarean section.

Speaking about the feeling of getting the award at the conference, Kowsher said, "It is a pleasure for me to receive the award for working on artificial intelligence. It is a matter of pride to win an award representing my university in such a big way and this kind of award motivates me to do work in artificial intelligence."