Raman is a an experienced technology practitioner in Financial Services domain and an avid academic. Raman is a thinker and doer. Raman is passionate about teaching empirical subjects including Data Management, Architecture and Innovation. He is a Columbia Business School alum with a PHD in Physics (WVU). Raman has held numerous positions with various MNCs in Financial Services and currently he is consulting for a Derivatives Processing Group.
IEEE Expert 1992 -- Distributed AI Shell
Object Oriented Frameworks -- Fayad and Schmidt
MBA, Business Administration
Master of Science, Computer Science
Doctor of Philosophy, Physics
Chief Technology Officer
Managed all trading infrastructure for Rosenblatt.
From: July 2007 to December 2009
Managed SOA based STP stack for Futures for the fund.
From: March 2005 to July 2007
Manager, Research Technology
Managed fixed income ticker plant and market data distribution infrastructure.
From: June 1998 to April 2004
Graduate Faculty, Software Engineering
Developed curriculum and taught multiple courses over two campus -- West Long Branch and FAA, Atlantic City
From: August 1994 to May 1998
Engineered Derivative Processing System components using model based programming.
From: December 1992 to August 1994
Lead a team of software engineers to engineer a distributed computing framework for concurrent engineering, as part of DARPA Initiative in Concurrent Engineering (DICE Project).
From: August 1988 to June 1992