Prof. Rajdeep Chowdhury is a juvenile trend–setting author, award–winning poet and an academician by profession. He is affiliated in Department of Computer Application at JIS College of Engineering, West Bengal, India.
His publications include research papers in International/National Journals/Conferences, scholarly articles, patents, poetry anthologies and academic and reference books/book chapters.
He has published more than 66 Research Papers in Peer Reviewed International/National Journals and Conferences (ACM, IEEE, Springer, SCOPUS, Taylor & Francis, CRC Press, Thomson Reuters, Bloomsbury, Tata McGraw Hill), along with being Program Committee Member in more than 50 International Conferences in various parts of the World and Advisory Board Member in numerous International Conferences.
He is also in the Editorial Board of around 20 International Journals.
He has 2 Published Patents.
He has numerous Media Coverage by leading News Channels and Newspapers for Online Interview/Print Interview/Cover Story/Headline News.
He is invited for Keynote Address/Invited Lecture/Panel Discussion and Chairing Technical Session at diverse International Conferences/Symposiums all around the globe.
He has won numerous Awards in Academia/Corporate/Industry.
He is the recipient of the prestigious 5th Rabindranath Tagore Award – International – 2016.
He is the Winner of Salisonline Poem of the Year Award for 2016.
Prof. Chowdhury is the Editor of the forthcoming Poetry Anthology – Creative Corner: Crafting Emotion published by Vishwabharati Research Centre.
Prof. Rajdeep Chowdhury’s few notable published Anthologies include ‘Rainbow Hues’, ‘Happy Isle’, ‘Chants of Peace’, ‘Hung on the Cross’, ‘Contemporary Literary Review India (CLRI)’, ‘The Literary Voyage’, ‘Blessings’, ‘Let them Recite’, ‘Purple Hues 2 – A Tribute to our Parents’, ‘Minds @ Work 5’, ‘Hall of Poets’, ‘Bonded Labour’, ‘Nonsense Verse’, ‘A Poetic Journey: An Insight into the World of Autism from the Poet’s Point of View’, ‘Oh My Sweetest Love: A Timeless Treasure’, ‘Poetry 4 Our Planet’, ‘Voice of Humanity’, etc.