Samiur received his B.S. in computer science from the department of computer science and engineering, BRAC University, Bangladesh in 2008. Then for a brief period of time he worked at Goodrich Aerostructures Service Center, Singapore.
In fall 2008, Samiur joined Old Dominion University and started his Phd in Computer Science.Initially he started working under Dr. Zubair. After successfully implementing Asian Option pricing in IBM CELL parallel architecture he focused his research
on Stochastic Epidemic Modeling under Dr. Olariu from May, 2010. Initially research was primarily on compartmental disease epidemic models such as SI, SIS and SIR. He found out numerous interesting applications of epidemics model in the field of
computer ccience, finance, marketing, population biology.
In the fall of 2011, Samiur started looking at stem cell growth models which is vital in regenerative medicine. He successfully came up with a stochastic growth model in stem cell growth which closely mimics the predicted growth pattern in vitro. The
resulting paper ďA Versatile Model for Stem Cell Growth" was selected for cisiting scholar award for excellence in the natural & computational sciences at The College of William and Mary's 11th Annual graduate research symposium. He has also published
his results in peer reviewed journals.
In August of 2012, Samiur successfully passed the PhD candidacy examination with thesis proposal topic titled "Modeling Tissue Cell Dynamics". He hopes to defend his thesis by December,2013.