Ramesh Bharadwaj holds the B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering. He has worked at a number of prestigious organizations including Philips Research Laboratory, Stanford University, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Communications Research Laboratory, and Fraunhofer FOKUS. He has authored sixty publications, including ten journal publications, thirty-eight refereed conference publications, and twelve technical reports. He has delivered fifty- six invited talks and conducted three tutorials at major international conferences. He has also taught more than a dozen graduate-level courses in four countries. He has served on program committees of fifteen international conferences and eleven international workshops. He has refereed papers for ten major conferences and seven journals, including IEEE Computer and IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. He has experience in both foundational and practical aspects of software technology. His research interests include application of distributed decision theory to naval electronic warfare and battlespace awareness, agent-based middleware, combination of decision procedures for formal verification of secure agents, and the use of secure agents for computer network defense/attack. He currently works on several classified and unclassified projects for the US Navy, for diverse sponsors, including the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Innovative Naval Prototypes (INP), ONR Swampworks, Program Executive Office-Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO-IWS) of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Joint Electromagnetic Preparedness for Advanced Combat (JEPAC), and the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).
Biography Updated on 28 August 2011