Prof. Venkat Venkatasubramanian honored with Ngee Ann Kongsi Professorship award
Prof. Venkat Venkatasubramanian has been awarded prestigious Ngee Ann Kongsi Distinguished Visiting Professorship award, at the National University of Singapore. He has published 225+ refereed publications, and have given 150 invited lectures and seminars. It also includes 25 keynotes, plenary lectures at International conferences and institutes all over the world.
Prof. Venkatasubramanian is an author of a three-volume CACHE case study for Heuristic Classification Problems in Process engineering. This was on Knowledge-based systems. He has also co-authored two books, named Advanced Knowledge Representation and Handbook of Diffusion and Thermal Properties of Polymers and Polymer Solutions.
Professor has been the chairperson, and the co-chairperson for over 30 International meetings and conferences in Process system engineering. He has also been a consultant to many global corporations and institutions.
Prof. Venkat has completed his PhD. in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University. He has done is M.S. in Physics at Vanderbilt University, and B.Tech in Chemical Engineering at the University of Madras, India. He served as Reilly professor of Chemical Engineering at Purdue University for 23 years. He has also worked as a Research Associate in Artificial Intelligence in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie-Mellon University.
In 2011, Prof. Venkat returned to Columbia, where he guides the graduate students and co-workers of Complex Resilient Intelligent Systems Laboratory on several research efforts. Prof. Venkat is the founding Co-director of Center for Systemic Risks Management, which is a trans disciplinary center at Columbia University.