Annual General Meeting (AGM)-2023, 27 Oct'23
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(Expatriate Fellow, )
Professor A. K. Md. Ehsanes Saleh was born on 01 January 1932 Birkampur in the district of Munshigonj, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
He earned B.Sc. in Statistics (1951), Dhaka University; M.Sc. in Statistics (1953), Dhaka University; M.A. in Mathematical Statistics (1962), University of Western Ontario; and Ph.D. in Mathematics in Mathematical Statistics (1965), University of Western Ontario.
Professor A. K. Md. Ehsanes Saleh, currently Distinguished Research Professor and Professor Emeritus, School of Mathematics & Statistics, Carleton University, Canada.
After late Q M. Hossain, Dr. Saleh is the lead Statistician of Bangladesh and for many decades he is known as a leader for Canadian Statistics. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Fellow of American Statistical Association Honorary member of Canadian Statistical Soceity, Bangladesh Statistical Association, elected member of Royal Statistical Soceity and International Statistical Institute Officer. Dr. Saleh supervised 14 Ph..Ds, 5 prominent Postdoctorals and 30 Masters students from all around the world.
He worked as Statistical Officer, in the Central Statistical Office, Karachi (1954 - 1961); Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Western Ontario (1964 - 1966); Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Carleton University (1966 - 1967); Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser University (1967 - 1968), Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University (1968 - 1978); University (1978-1997); Distinguished Research Professor and Professor Emeritus, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University (1997 - to date).
Prof. Saleh’s research areas includes, Nonparametric Statistics; Order Statistics; Robust Estimation; Preliminary Test and Shrinkage Estimation; Empirical Bayes Estimation; Multivariate Analysis; Survival Analysis; Time-Series Analysis; books Regression Quantities; Asymptotic Theory. He has published more than 250 scholarly papers and 5 books with WILEY, and 2 edited books.
Dr. Saleh was awarded Gold Medal (2006) by the Institute of Statistical Research and Training (ISRT), Dhaka University, Bangladesh; Gold Medal 2005 by ISOSS for outstanding contributions to statistical sciences and the impact of the Wiley Book "An Introduction to Probability and Statistics; He was honored with a plaque by the Federation of Bangladesh Association of North America (FOBANA) at the 14th Annual Meeting at Toronto (September 1 - 4, 2000). [Citation: Most Outstanding Statistician and Academic of Bangladesh and Pride of Bangladesh]. Awarded ISESCO- ISOSS Gold Medal (1999). Award of Gold Medal and a certificate by the Islamic Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) and Islamic Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization (ISESCO), 1999; Award of Excellence with a plaque by the Canada Bangladesh Muslim Community, Ottawa, 1999. Professor Saleh’s achievements have brought pride and glory to the people of Bangladesh and to Muslims all over the world; Eugene Lukacs Distinguished (visiting) Professor, 1992 - 1993, Bowling Green State University, Ohio; Award of Q.M. Hosain Gold Medal by Bangladesh Statistical Association, 1992. Ogawa Award jointly with T. Kubokawa for best paper in the Journal of Japanese Statistical Society, 1991.
He was Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Statistical Research (18 years); Journal of Nonparametric Statistics (from inception to 2003).
Dr. Saleh was visiting Propessor at MIT, Charles university, Prague, Stanford University, California, Michigan State university, U of TORONTO, Adjunct Professor, Kansas University, Kansas.
Address: Professor A. K. Md. Ehsanes Saleh, School of Mathematics & Statistics, Carleton University, Canada.