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Indrajit Das

Technology Specialist

Atlanta, GA
404-724-2816
[email protected]
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Background

Indrajit Das is a Technology Specialist in Fish and Richardson’s Atlanta office. His practice focuses on patent prosecution in the areas of computer software, internet technologies, digital health, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Das worked as a Machine Learning Engineer at a medical startup, where he engaged in R&D for automatic analysis of skeletal muscle mitochondrial capacity using Near-infrared spectroscopy. Mr. Das completed his Master’s in Computer Science from the University of Georgia with an emphasis on artificial intelligence. His thesis area was multi-agent systems where he devised methods using inverse reinforcement learning for identifying risk-prone human drivers. He also received a Master’s in Computer Science from Vellore Institute of Technology, India during which he worked in the areas of symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography.

Education

University of Georgia 2016
Computer Science, M.S.


Vellore Institute of Technology 2011
Computer Science, M.S.


University of Burdwan 2009
Computer Science, B.S.

Other Distinctions

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S. Beard, M. Benefield, Indrajit Das, KK McCully. Improving the Efficiency of Mitochondrial Capacity Measurements using Near Infrared Spectroscopy. Experimental Biology 2019

M Sumner, Indrajit Das, KK McCully. Effectiveness of 6-Ischemic Cuff Mitochondrial Capacity Analysis. (Submitted SEACSM 2018-19)

Indrajit Das, R Saravanan. Parallel Dependent Feistel Network (PDFN). Advances in Computer Science and Information Technology. Networks and Communications Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering Volume 84, 2012.

Indrajit Das, R Saravanan. A New Secret Key Cryptosystem-C128. Advances in Computer Science, Engineering & Applications – Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Volume 167, 2012.