Sandeep Bhatt

Teaching Professor

School: School of Engineering and Science

Department: Computer Science

Building: Gateway Center

Room: S427

Phone: (201) 216-5495


  • PhD (1984) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Computer Science)
  • MS (1980) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Computer Science)
  • BS (1978) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Computer Science)
Institutional Service
  • CS Chair Search Committee Member
  • CS Curriculum Committee Member
  • CS Graduate Advising Center Chair
  • Associate Chair for Graduate Education Chair
  • Hiring Committee for Teaching Faculty Member
  • CS Undergraduate Advising Center Member
  • Incoming New Students Webinar Member
  • Transition to Associate Chair for Graduate Studies Chair
  • CS Undergraduate Advising Center Member
  • CS Undergraduate Curriculum Revision Chair
  • SES Curriculum Review Task Force Member
  • Hiring Committee for Teaching Faculty Member
  • Admitted Students Day Webinar Member
  • New Curriculum Development Chair
  • Presentation to prospective students and families Member

2017 – Teaching Professor, Computer Science, Stevens Institute of Technology.

2004 – 2016 Principal Research Scientist, Hewlett-Packard Labs, Princeton NJ.

2002 – 2004 Senior Research Scientist, Telcordia Technologies, Morristown NJ.

1999 – 2002 Director, Systems Performance, Akamai Technologies, Cambridge MA.

1992 – 1999 Director, Network Algorithms, Bell Communications Research, Morristown NJ.

1993 – 1999 Research Professor of Computer Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ.

1990 Visiting Associate Professor of Computer Science, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena CA.

1984 – 1992 Associate Professor of Computer Science, Yale University, New Haven CT.

Grants, Contracts, and Funds

DARPA: Managing networks of firewalls using smart data, Telcordia Technologies, 1999- 2002.

DARPA: Scalable Self-organizing Simulations (S3), DIMACS, (with Rutgers, Georgia Tech, Boston University and Dartmouth), 1996-99.

ONR: Scalable Abstractions and Formal Methods for Computational Science, Rutgers, 1993-96.

DARPA: Compiler Technology for Massively Parallel Architectures, Yale, 1991-94.

NSF/DARPA Joint Initiative on Parallel Computing Theory, Algorithmic Issues for Very High-Level Parallel Programming, Yale, 1989-1992.

AFOSR: Efficient Communication for Parallel Computing, Yale, 1989-1992.

NSF: The Efficient Use of Parallel Computers, Yale, 1989-1992.

NSF: Techniques for Graph Embedding, with Applications to Parallel Computing, Yale, 1986- 1989.

Patents and Inventions

Hierarchical Recursive Image Segmentation. Patent No. US8345974B2.

Threat Exchange Information Protection. Patent No. US9143517B2.

End-to-end Network Access Analysis. Patent No. US9253038B2.

Identifying participants for collaboration in a Threat Exchange Community. Patent No. US9275348B2.

Attack Notification. Patent No. US9456001B2.


CS 135: Discrete Structures
CS 334: Theory of Computation
CS 601: Algoroithmic Complexity
CS 810: Algorithmics