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Ranjan Dash

Name

[Dash, Ranjan]
  • Adjunct Professor

Biography

Dr. Ranjan Dash holds a MS and Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from University of Texas at Arlington, and a MS in Structural Engineering from the National Institute of Technology, India.  His research interests are in the areas of data stream processing, data science, and data analytics.  His research publications have appeared in various journals and conferences in the field of stream processing.  He has extensive industry experience in track geometry analysis and image processing for railroad industries. He has been associated with systems development for Positive Train Control technology, an FRA mandated operating system for class A railroads.

Professional Preparation

    • 2012 Ph.D. in Computer EngineeringUniversity of Texas at Arlingon
    • 2001 MS in Computer Science and EngineeringUniversity of Texas at Arlingon
    • 1988 MS in Structural EngineeringNational Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India,

Appointments

    • Jan 2015 to Present Adjunct Faculty/Professor
      UT Arlington Libraries   The University of Texas at Arlington
    • June 2001 to Present Consulting Systems Engineer
      BNSF Railways
    • Aug 1999 to May 2001 Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant
      The University of Texas at Arligton

Courses

      • CSE 5330-002 DATABASE SYSTEMS

        This is a first course in database systems. The prerequisites are knowledge of programming and data structures (CSE 2320 or equivalent). The course will provide a good understanding of the database theory, the relational model and its characteristics. Relational algebra, principles and SQL database language and some programming techniques will also be part of this course. The conceptual database design using the Entity-Relationship model and Extended Entity-Relationship modeling, and mapping to relational model and the file and index structures and search methods for database storage will also be covered in class. Finally the course content covers the relational database theory the functional dependencies, normalization and the main principles of database security.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5330-001 DATABASE SYSTEMS

        This is a first course in database systems. The prerequisites are knowledge of programming and data structures (CSE 2320 or equivalent). The course will provide a good understanding of the database theory, the relational model and its characteristics. Relational algebra, principles and SQL database language and some programming techniques will also be part of this course. The conceptual database design using the Entity-Relationship model and Extended Entity-Relationship modeling, and mapping to relational model and the file and index structures and search methods for database storage will also be covered in class. Finally the course content covers the relational database theory the functional dependencies, normalization and the main principles of database security.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • CSE 5330-003 DATABASE SYSTEMS

        The course will provide a good understanding of the database theory, the relational model and its characteristics. Relational algebra, principles and SQL database language and some programming techniques will also be part of this course. The conceptual database design using the Entity-Relationship model and Extended Entity-Relationship modeling, and mapping to relational model and the file and index structures and search methods for database storage will also be covered in class. Finally the course content covers the relational database theory the functional dependencies, normalization and the main principles of database security.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours