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Senjuti Basu Roy.
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science.

Address:
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Office GITC - 4302, Newark, NJ - 07102

Primary Email-ID: senjutib@njit.edu

Alternative Email-ID:
senjutib@gmail.com

Phone number:
9735963662











About Me

I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Before that, I held a position at the Institute of Technology at the University of Washington Tacoma. Before joining UW Tacoma, I was a postdoctoral fellow at DIMACS at Rutgers University.

I have received my PhD in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 2011. Earlier, I graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington in May 2007 with the M.S. degree in Computer Science (CSE@UTA). I have recieved my undergraduate B.Tech degree(2004) in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Calcutta, India.

My M.S and PhD advisor is Prof. Gautam Das.

Research Interests:

  • Search, Navigation and Analytics over Structured and Unstructured Databases.

  • Analytics in Man-Machine Systems.

  • Data Mining and Machine Learning.

  • Emerging Applications.

  • Computational Geometry, Randomized Algortihm and Approximation Algorithms.

  • My research is funded by NSF, ONR, NIH, Microsoft Research, Multicare Health Systems.

    Starting Fall 2018, I will be offering multiple RA positions to self-motivated, energetic PhD students with good quantitative skills. Please send me an email with your latest resume, if you are interested.

    Industrial Experience:

  • Intern at Microsoft Research, Summer 2010 (DMX Group)

  • Intern at IBM Research, Summer 2008 (( Knowledge and Information Management Group)

  • Recent funding:

    • National Science Foundation CHS Small (PI)
    • Office of Naval Research:Human-AI Symbiosis for Agile Planning (NJIT Side PI)

    "March on. Do not tarry. To go forward is to move toward perfection. March on, and fear not the thorns, or the sharp stones on life's path."
    - Kahlil Gibran