Dr. Borhan has received his Master of Engineering and PhD degrees degree in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering from Asian Institute of Technology (Bangkok, Thailand) and North Dakota State University (ND, USA), respectively. Dr. Borhan has started his carrier as a Research Scientist at Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute. He was heavily involved in the designing, evaluating, improving, and testing of various farm machinery research projects as a principal investigator. Previously, he has held several positions as postdocs and research scientist at different universities in US and Canada. Dr. Borhan is currently a Research Specialist at North Dakota State University and in-charge of livestock waste management laboratory. His current research focuses on the characterization and mitigation of air and water pollutants generated from livestock production facilities. His research interests include air and water quality, greenhouse vegetable production, and machine vision and precision farming technologies.