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Rajendra K. Raj is a Professor of Computer Science at Rochester Institute of Technology, whose research focuses on data science, distributed systems, and cybersecurity applied to critical infrastructure protection and healthcare. He helped to create the data science area within the computer science department and co-led the creation of RIT’s successful graduate certificate in Big Data Analytics. Prior to RIT, as a vice president of information technology at a multi-national financial services company, Raj designed, implemented, and managed high-performance private-cloud infrastructures and data management systems for globally distributed financial applications.

Interested in program development, quality, and accreditation, Raj currently serves on the Executive Committee of ABET’s Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC). He co-chairs the joint task force of ACM, IEEE Computer Society, and AAAI that is charged with creating the decennial update to the Computer Science Curricular Guidelines. Raj is a member of ACM, ASEE, and IEEE Computer Society. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington, Seattle.

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