Dr. Rokonuzzaman’s work focuses on the potential of technology and innovation to create increasing wealth from depleting resources. His work on technology, innovation and policy started in Canada in 1990s, primarily funded by Canadian and European Space Agencies. With the research funding of Canadian Space Agency, in the mid-90s, he succeeded in developing algorithms and translating them into software application in processing RADARSAT, satellite born synthetic aperture RADAR, images to show the viability of detecting offshore targets like Icebergs in foggy North Atlantic using RADARSAT. He advised multiple development projects funded by IFC, World Bank, ADB, UNDP, Asia Foundation, and ICT Industry. His research and advocacy work also focuses on policy and regulatory reforms to govern competition in the Telecom/ICT sector.He has published 50+ articles, two book chapters and a book (Human and Machine in Rivalry). He is a Professor at North South University, and also a Senior Fellow of Policy Research Institute (PRI). He obtained M.Eng and Ph.D in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Robotics and Intelligent Systems from Memorial University, Canada.