Dr. Rajeev Raje

Indianapolis

Qualification - PhD (Computer Engineering)

Mobirise

About -

Rajeev R. Raje is a Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science (CIS) and is currently serving as an Associate Dean in the School of Science at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

Dr. Raje’s research interests are in the fields of distributed and service-oriented software systems, programming languages, and software engineering. Dr. Raje is a Senior Member of the ACM and IEEE and co-directs the software engineering and distributed systems (SEDS) group in the CIS department.

*Author/co-author of 130+ research papers. Research selected for an entry in the 2016 Compendium Industry-Nominated Technological Breakthroughs for the NSF (National Science Foundation)

Dr. Rajeev Raje is passionate about education and Computer Science, and is committed to his research and his students. He is also committed to his family and friends.
 

On India and world future. Take on Mankind

Dr. Rajeev thinks India does have a bright future. If it can get rid of its vices (e.g., corruption, lackadaisical attitude, stagnant educational system, etc.) and enforce the scientific thinking in its population, specifically young generation, then it can reclaim its glorious position in the world.

Dr. Rajeev is also very optimistic about the future of the world – despite the current uncertainty and chaotic scenarios all across the globe, he thinks the human spirit of “never-giving up” and ingenuity will prevail. Many exciting innovations in science and technology, when properly merged with arts and humanity, will lead for a much better tomorrow for the entire human-kind. In his words, “the problems that we are going to face (e.g., water and food shortage, climate change, super-bugs, etc.) are going to require a multi-pronged and cooperative approach for us to succeed. We all will really have to go back to the philosophy of ‘vasudhaiva kutumbakam’ (the concept that the whole world is my home) to be able to not only survive but to achieve success of unprecedented scales.”

Dr. Rajeev’s words of advice to fellow Indians and young generation: “We should never forget our roots and traditions.Any civilization that tries to only imitate others (perhaps as a fad or due to onslaught of the never ending marketing gimmicks!) is a rudderless ship! Do learn and imbibe good things (e.g., scientific thinking, discipline and cleanliness from the western world) from other cultures and try achieving a symbiosis of these new things with your own roots.”

He always remembers and is dedicated to the path shown to him byhis teacher and mentor Prof. Kulkarni:Athato Brahma Jijnasa – now is the time to inquire about the absolute/ ‘Here starts the quest of Truth’.

 

Privious Mentoring Experience -

Major Achievements:

• Dr. Rajeev was elected Senior Member of the IEEE and ACM in 2014.
• Dr. Rajeev is a co-author of one of the Top Bioinformatics paper as per theBRIC Bioinformatic Online Newsletter, 2005.
• Dr. Rajeev is author/co-author of 130+ research papers.
• Dr. Rajeev is a recipient (as a principal investigator and co-principal investigator) of 5+ Million dollars research grants.
• Dr. Rajeev’s research was selected for an entry in the 2016 Compendium Industry-Nominated Technological Breakthroughs for NSF (National Science Foundation) I/UCRCs.
• Co-author, Top-10 Downloaded Paper, ACM Digital Library, 2006.
• Nominated for the IUPUI School of Science (SoS) Service Award (2016, 17) and SoS Research Award (2006).
• IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award, 2010 and 2001
• Recognition Plaque, 12th IEEE International Conference on High-performance Computing, 2005.

Positions Held

1994-Present: Faculty member of Computer and Information Science Department at Indiana University Purdue University of Indiana (IUPUI).
1987-1994: Graduate Assistant, Syracuse University and the University of Rhode Island
1984-1987: Project Engineer, Siemens India