I am Nazmuz Sakib, an avid Lecturer and Researcher hailing from Dhaka, Bangladesh. Having graduated from Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET) with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, I achieved a CGPA of 3.71 out of 4.00. Throughout my academic journey, I ranked 28th out of 200 students in the department. I have a profound fascination with the intricate merging of Structural Health Monitoring(SHM) and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). With a wealth of experience in collecting laboratory data and a diverse skill set that includes dynamic analysis, finite element modelling, and pattern recognition using MATLAB, my drive stems from pushing the boundaries of engineering beyond traditional constraints. I have had the privilege of presenting my groundbreaking findings at renowned conferences. Currently, as a Full-time Lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST), I teach courses including Computer Aided Analysis & Design of Structures (Etabs Lab) and Foundation Engineering. Aside from my academic endeavours, I actively contribute to the community by assuming leadership roles in scientific and technical organisations. In addition, I hold the position of District Ambassador at Ankur International, where my primary focus is to facilitate access to education and healthcare services for underprivileged areas. I am very skilled in programming languages such as C/C++, MATLAB, and Python. Additionally, I have proficiency in design tools including AutoCAD, ETABS, and SAP. In addition, I possess advanced proficiency in utilising several computer applications such as Microsoft Office, Windows operating system, LaTeX, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop. The accolades I have garnered, such as the University Merit Scholarship and the Mechanics Maestro Championship, underscore my steadfast dedication to attaining excellence. I invite you to review my portfolio and contact me to obtain a deeper understanding of my passion for pushing the limits of structural engineering and academia. I am open to taking on impactful projects.