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Centre for Research Innovation and Development (CRID)

Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) is committed to fostering a culture of discovery, creativity, and innovation that drives progress and transforms lives. Our Research and Innovation Hub serves as the nucleus of excellent research and visionary thinking. With a rich tapestry of expertise across various disciplines, and a relentless pursuit of knowledge, we are shaping the future through our research endeavors.


CUB is currently in the process of acquiring a partnership with Prince Sultan University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to facilitate the conduction of research in CUB research lab for their institution. CUB is also establishing partnership with Business Case Research Council (BCRC), the first ever digital business case and research platform; in order to support the students with free access to unlimited resources for research creation.

Computer Science and Engineering

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Canadian University of Bangladesh (CUB) and Bankers Club of Bangladesh Limited (BCBL).
MoU between English Olympiad & CUB
MoU between CUB and International Maritime Academy (IMA)

In the ever-evolving landscape of computer science and networking, socket-based client-server programming stands as a fundamental pillar that enables communication, interaction, and data exchange between devices across the digital realm. At CUB our researchers are diving deep into this technology, uncovering its intricacies, and harnessing its potential to create a new wave of application and innovation. Our students and researchers are delving into the intricacies of Boolean algebra to unravel the potential of two-level minimum combination circuits.

Faculty Research Contribution

At CUB, our distinguished faculty members stand as luminaries in their respective fields; the pursuit of knowledge extends beyond the classroom, as our dedicated faculty members consistently contribute to the global academic discourse through their published research.