Dr. D P Acharjya received his PhD in Computer Science from Berhampur University, India; M. Tech degree in Computer Science from Utkal University, India. In addition, he has been awarded with Gold Medal in M. Sc. (Applied Mathematics) from NIT, Rourkela. Also he has received research award from VIT University, India. At present, he is working as a Professor in the School of Computing Sciences and Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, India.
He has authored more than 40 International and National journal papers, book chapters and four books; Fundamental Approach to Discrete Mathematics, Computer Based on Mathematics, Theory of Computation, Rough Set in Knowledge Representation and Granular Computing: On some aspects to his credit. In addition, he has edited two books; Global Trends in Intelligent Computing Research and Development, Advances in Secure Computing, Internet Services, and Applications to his credit.
He has served various organisations in various capacities such as academic guide of IGNOU, ICFAI University; conducting board member of Government (Autonomous) College, Rourkela; founder secretary of OITS, Rourkela chapter, Odisha; member of the board of studies in computer science and engineering, and member of networking National and International relations of the VIT University.
He is Associate Editor of several International journals and is a Reviewer of many International journals like Applied Soft Computing (Elsevier), Knowledge based Systems (Elsevier), IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems and International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing; reviewer of many international conferences such as InSITE 2006, and 2007 of Informing Science Institute, Salford (England). He is actively associated with many professional bodies like CSI, ISTE, IMS, AMTI, ISIAM, OITS, IACSIT, CSTA, IEEE and IAENG. He was founder secretary of OITS Rourkela chapter.
Business intelligence; Rough sets; Formal concept analysis; Knowledge representation; Data mining; Granular computing; Genetic algorithm; Neural network; Bio-inspired computing; Applications to real life problems.