Rajorshi Biswas is an Assistant Professor of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State Berks. He achieved a PhD of Computer and Information Sciences from Temple University, Philadelphia and bachelor’s degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh.
Rajorshi is currently researching on network technology and its applications. His research areas include Wireless Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks, Network Security, Network Forensics, and Cognitive Radio Networks. He published multiple research results that include several conference papers (IEEE ICPADS 2018 & 2021, IEEE GLOBECOM 2019, IEEE ICC 2019, IEEE Sarnoff 2019, Resilience Week 2019, IEEE NAS 2021, ITC33 2021), journals (IJSN, TDSE, CPS, ISJN, TNSE), and a book chapter (Springer). He is also involved with the project titled Cyber Forensics Toolkit for Machinery Control funded by Office Naval Research.
- Journal: IEEE Communication Letters
- IEEE Transactions on Communications
- Transactions on Network Science and Engineering
- IEEE International Conference on Communications
- MDPI: Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: Recent Advances and Future Trends
Technical Program Committee (TPC)
- IEEE INFOCOM 2021 Posters
Major: Computer Science & Engineering
School: Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology
Graduation Date: July 2014
Major: Computer Science
School: Temple University
Graduation Date: July 2021
Frameworks: Ajax, CodeIgniter, hmvc codeigniter, ASP.NET (MVC), JSP, OpenGL, Map-reduce, MPI.
Databases: Oracle, MySQL. Embedded Systems: Arduino, Atmega32.
Other Skills: Hadoop, Spark, Linux, Cisco packet tracer, NS3, Matlab, Linux system call implementation, driver implementation, shared memory operations.
Penn State Berks, Reading, PA, USA
Duration: Aug 2016 to Now
Job Title: Assistant Professor of Information Sciences and Technology
Office Location: Gaige, 319
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Duration: Sept 2016 to August 2021
Job Title: Teaching Assistant & Research Assistant
Supervisor: Jie Wu
Aamra Networks Ltd, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Duration: Sept 2014 to July 2016
Job Title: Programmer
Supervisor: Khaled Ahmed Nur