What could be more rewarding than enhancing people's lives by creating AI solutions to real problems?

– Raman Chandrasekar, Senior Principal Research Scientist, EAI

Raman “Chandra” Chandrasekar is a senior principal research scientist at the Institute for Experiential AI at Northeastern University. Based in Seattle, WA, his background encompasses academia, research and engineering management with a focus on addressing real-world problems that can occur in natural language processing, information retrieval and machine learning. 

Chandrasekar has experience in incubating and deploying applications in areas such as web-scale search, text mining, topical news dissemination, and context extraction. Prior to joining the institute, he was a clinical professor in the Khoury College at Northeastern University’s Seattle campus for three years, which followed two years as part of the adjunct faculty.

He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research at the University of Bombay and a MS in Physics/Computer Science from the Indian University of Technology in Delhi. Chandrasekar has also held research roles at the University of Pennsylvania, Microsoft Research, Evri.com, and ProQuest Workflow Solutions.