Dr. Rajiv Ramnath is Director of Practice at the Collaborative for Enterprise Transformation and Innovation (CETI), Associate Director for the Institute of Sensing Systems, and Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University. He was formerly Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Concentus Technology Corp., in Columbus, Ohio, and led product development and government-funded R&D — notably through the National Information Infrastructure Integration Protocols program funded by Vice President Gore’s ATP initiative. He is now engaged in developing industry-facing programs of applied R&D, classroom and professional education and technology transfer. His expertise ranges from wireless sensor networking and pervasive computing to business-IT alignment, enterprise architecture, software engineering, e-Government, collaborative environments and work-management systems. He teaches software engineering at OSU and is heavily involved in industry-relevant and inter-disciplinary curriculum development initiatives.
Dr. Ramnath received his Doctorate and Masters’ degrees in Computer Science from OSU and his Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi.
1990 Taylor L. Booth Education Award
“Outstanding contributions to Computer Science & Engineering education.”
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