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Rahul C. Basole, Professor, Director, Georgia Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Tennenbaum Institute, College of Computing, School of Interactive Computing, PhD, Visualization, Analytics, Ecosystem
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Rahul C. Basole, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Director

School of Interactive Computing

College of Computing

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Enterprise Transformation

Director, Tennenbaum Institute
Visiting Scholar, Stanford University
Fellow, Batten Institute

Rahul C. Basole is a tenured Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Computing and a Director of the Institute for People & Technology. He is also a faculty member in the GVU Center at Georgia Tech. He is a former Visiting Scholar in the mediaX/H*STAR Institute at Stanford University and a Batten Fellow in the Darden School of Business.

His research and teaching focuses on computational enterprise science, data visualization, and strategic decision support. Current research includes the design, development, and application of novel visual analytic tools for understanding complex business ecosystems and enterprises. His work has received numerous best paper awards and has been mentioned in outlets such as the New York Times, CNBC, and Fortune. He has extensively published in leading computer science, informatics, management, and engineering journals. Prof. Basole is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Enterprise Transformation and an editorial board member of Decision Support Systems and INFORMS Service Science. He is a member of the ACM, IEEE, and INFORMS.

In previous roles, he was the CEO and Founder of a Silicon Valley-based wireless research and consulting firm, the Director of Research and Development at a leading mobile software firm, and a Senior Analyst in a strategy consulting firm.

Dr. Basole received a Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Discovering, analyzing, and managing complex socio-economic/technical systems requires new computational and visual analytic approaches.