Md. Shaddam Hossain Bagmar

Assistant Professor

Office: On study leave




Research Interests

  • Causal Inference, Machine Learning, Design of Experiments, Biostatistics, Bayesian Analysis, Spatial Statistics



Awards and Achievements

  • Nominated for a 2020/2021 Differential Fee Waiver (DFW) by the Faculty of Medicine, McGill University.
  • Student Travel Award for attending the Statistical Society Canada (SSC) Annual Meeting held at University of Carleton, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 31-June 4, 2020. [CAD 500]
  • PIMS Financial Support for attending `2018 Industrial Problem Solving Workshop’ (IPSW) held at University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, August 19-24, 2018. [CAD 200]
  • CANSSI/SAMSI Travel Award for attending the workshop on uncertainty quantification (UQ) held at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada, July 23-27, 2018. [CAD 850]
  • CRM Travel Award for attending the workshop on causal inference held at University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 25-27, 2018. [CAD 500]
  • ISI RSC Travel Award for attending the ISI Regional Statistics Conference 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 16-19, 2014. [CAD 1100]
  • Dean’s Award 2011 under the Faculty of Science, University of Dhaka for the academic excellence in B.S. Honours Examination.
  • Talent Pool Scholarship from University of Dhaka for the academic excellence in B.S. Honours Examination.
  • Dhaka Board Scholarship 2006 for the outstanding result in the higher secondary certificate examination.
  • Dhaka Board Scholarship 2004 for the outstanding result in the secondary school certificate examination.
  • Junior Scholarship 2001 from educational board Dhaka for the outstanding result in the examination.


Research Students


  • Farabi Raihan Shuvo (Batch-16), Comparing Different Optimal Criteria in Search of Optimal Block Designs, 2014.
  • Nahid Istiak (Batch-18), D-optimal Designs for Non-linear Mixed Effect Models Using MCMC Approach, 2016.



  • Sunanda Das, Batch-16, Economic Growth Response to Monetary and Fiscal Policies: Evidence From Bangladesh Economy, 2014
  • Shah Md. Amin Ahsan, Batch-17 (Intern), Digitalization of Trade License Delivery in Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) area, 2015
  • Shamima Pervin, Batch-17 (Intern), Simplified Pension Procedure for Primary School Teachers, 2015
  • Papon Das, Batch-17, Evidence of Women’s Empowerment in Bangladesh: a Study of Socio-spatial Disparities, 2016
  • M. Rezaul Hasan, Batch-18 (Intern), Baseline Survey on Connecting Bangladesh Health Service, 2016


  • Md Mahamudul Hasan, Batch-17, Impact of Housing Environment on Poverty in Bangladesh, 2014
  • Jannatul Ferdaush, Batch-17, Malnutrition in Bangladesh: Trends and Determinants, 2014
  • MD. Maidul Husain, Batch-18, Modeling Household Fertility Decision with Generalized Poisson Regression, 2015
  • Dutiswar Paul, Batch-18, Factors Effecting Diabetic Status Considering Gender Disparity in Bangladesh, 2015
  • Saddam Hossain Irfan, Batch-19, A Partial Modification of Duckworth-Lewis Method for Resetting a Fair Target in Interrupted One Day International (ODI) Matches, 2016
  • Ummay Khayrunnesa Anika, Batch-19, A Comparison of Linear and Quantile Regression for Modeling Birth Weight Data, 2016
  • Md. Mohsin, Batch-20, Analysis of What Determine the Transfer Fees of Football Players, 2017
  • Nayma Hossain, Batch-20, Assessing the Model Selection Criteria in Time Series analysis for Future Prediction, 2017
  • Oly Ahmed, Batch-20, A Partial Modification of Criteria to Select Best Eleven in Twenty20 Cricket, 2017


Courses Taught

University of Calgary

  • STAT 213: Introduction to Statistics I (Fall 2017, Winter 2018, Spring 2019)
  • STAT 217: Introduction to Statistics II (Fall 2017, Winter 2018, Winter 2019)
  • MATH 249: Introductory Calculus (Fall 2017, Spring 2019)
  • STAT 205: Introduction to Statistical Inquiry (Fall 2018)
  • STAT 323: Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (Winter 2018)
  • STAT 431: Introduction to Biostatistics (Winter 2019)

University of Dhaka


  • AST 103: Programming with C (2014)
  • AST 131: Statistical Computing I [C and Linear Algebra] (2015, 2016, 2017)
  • AST 304: Epidemiology (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • AST 401: Advanced Probability and Stochastic Processes (2015, 2016, 2017)

Department of Psychology

  • PSY 205: Data Analysis and Computers (2016, 2017)