Dr. Shahriar Kibriya has more than eight years of professional and research experience on international development, public policy, quantitative studies of social science, and food security in fragile societies. He specializes in building mathematical models of conflict, food security of developing nations, public policy and modern implications of inductive causation. Dr. Kibriya has authored several academic articles and conference publications. He has also developed several concept notes and is involved in the implementation of development projects and research in Asia and Africa.
Currently, Dr. Kibriya is collaborating with several international development organizations to design effective solutions and programs to alleviate poverty and increase food security. He is a co-principal investigator of federal and private grants worth more than 10 million USD.