Dr. Khan is an assistant professor in the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Ryerson University. He obtained his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering, M.Sc., and B.Sc. in Computer Science from Ryerson University, the University of Windsor, and Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, respectively.
His research focuses on designing interactive methods for visual computing that can bridge the gap between end-users and systems. He has made contributions to the fields of machine learning, computer vision, and medical imaging.
Dr. Khan was previously a research engineer at Sunnybrook Research institute, and an R&D Manager at AWE Company Ltd. At AWE, he led the Fort York Time Tablet project in partnership with the City of Toronto to create an augmented reality exhibit of the history of the Fort. The project has garnered significant media and public attention.
He is a recipient of the OCE TalentEdge Postdoctoral Fellowship, the Ontario Graduate Scholarship, Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship in Science & Technology, and several other awards. He is a member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society and the ACM SIGGRAPH Toronto chapter.