Dinesh Mehta

Professor, Computer Science

Dinesh MehtaDinesh is a Professor who joined the department in 2000. His core research is in algorithms and data structures which he applies to interdisciplinary areas such as VLSI design automation, cheminformatics, computational materials and cyber-physical systems. Outside of work, Dinesh and his wife Usha enjoy hanging out with their son Sanat. Dinesh also tries (with limited success) to stay fit.

Contact

Brown Building, Room 280J
(303)-273-3713
dmehta@mines.edu
Personal web page

Education

  • B.Tech. Computer Science and Engineering Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India 1987
  • M.S. Computer and Information Sciences University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 1990
  • Ph.D. Computer and Information Sciences University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 1992

Research

“My core research expertise is in algorithms and data structures which I have applied to interdisciplinary areas such as VLSI design automation, cheminformatics, computational materials and cyber-physical systems. I am focusing my current research to address algorithmic problems arising in big graph analytics.”

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