Sanjay Saha

Computing 1, 13 Computing Drive, Singapore 117417

It is great to have your attention on my site! I am Sanjay Saha, from Dhaka, Bangladesh and currently, I am a Ph.D. student at the Department of CS at the National University of Singapore. My research is on Security in Facial Recognition systems. You are welcome to visit my LinkedIn page and my blog!

I previously served as Lecturer at the Department of CSE, University of Asia Pacific (UAP), Dhaka, and United International University (UIU), Dhaka.

Research Areas
  • Computer Vision
  • Machine Learning
Research Interests
  • Privacy of facial images
  • Biometrics

Recent News

Recent Publications

  • "Making the most of what you have! Profiling biometric authentication on mobile devices"
    2019 International Conference on Biometrics (ICB)
    Abstract: In order to provide the additional security required by modern mobile devices, biometric methods and Continuous Authentication(CA) systems are getting popular. Most existing work on CA are concerned about achieving higher accuracy or fusing multiple modalities. However, in a mobile environment there are more constraints on the resources available. This work is the first to compare between different biometric modalities based on the resources they use. We do this by determining the Resource Profile Curve (RPC) for each modality. This Curve reveals the trade-off between authentication accuracy and resource usage, and is helpful for different usage scenarios in which a CA system needs to operate. In particular, we explain how a CA system can intelligently switch between RPCs to conserve battery power, memory usage, or to maximize authentication accuracy. We argue that RPCs ought to guide the development of practical CA systems.


National University of Singapore

Ph.D. (current - 1st year)
Department of Computer Science
August 2018 - Present

University of Dhaka

Master of Science
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
July 2014 - December 2016

University of Dhaka

Bachelor of Science
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
January 2010 - March 2014


Graduate Teaching Assistant

I have assisted in teaching Database Systems, Discrete Mathematics.

Aug 2018 - Present

Assistant Professor (on Study Leave)

During this period, I was assigned to the following courses: Structured Programming Language, Algorithms

Oct 2017 - July 2018


During this period, I was instructor for the following courses: Web Programming, Object Oriented Programming, Algorithms, Theory of Computing, Discrete Math

July 2014 - Sept 2017

Trainee Software Engineer

worked on projects based on: JAVA Spring, Hibernate, JAVA EE 6, JavaScript

Apr 2014 - June 2014