Dipankar Dasgupta, PhD. IEEE Fellow IEEE Fellow & IEEE Distinguished Lecturer. The University of Memphis, USA.
Bio: Dr. Dipankar Dasgupta joined the University of Memphis as an assistant professor in 1997 and became a full professor in 2004. He is the recipient of the 2011-2012 Willard R. Sparks Eminent Faculty Award, the highest distinction and most prestigious honor given to a faculty member by the University of Memphis. Dr. Dasgupta currently holds the William Hill Professorship at the University of Memphis. He is an IEEE Fellow, recipient of 2014 ACM SIGEVO Impact Award, and ACM Distinguished Speaker. Dr. Dasgupta has been an Advisory Board member of the Geospatial Data Center (GDC) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 2010. Prof. Dasgupta's research covers broad areas of computational intelligence (including AI and machine learning) for the design and development of intelligent solutions. He is one of the founding fathers of the field of artificial immune systems, making major contributions in developing tools for digital immunity and survivable systems. Dr. Dasgupta has published several books and edited volumes including Advances in User Authentication (2017), Immunological Computation (2008), Artificial Immune Systems (1999), and another book on genetic algorithms (1996). Prof. Dasgupta has more than 300 publications.