Dr. Rajeeb HazraVice President & GM, Technical Computing Group, Intel
Rajeeb Hazra is a vice president in the Intel Architecture Group and serves as general manager for the technical computing segment in the Datacenter and Connected Systems Group at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for driving the business of high-performance computing and workstations, and successfully ramping Intel's new Many Integrated Core (MIC) product line in technical computing and other segments.
Before assuming his current position, Hazra was the director of Supercomputing Architecture, where he was responsible for strategic research and development engagements with Intel's supercomputing customers. Earlier in his Intel career, he served as the director of the Systems Technology Lab in Intel Labs (then called the Corporate Technology Lab), where he oversaw R&D in hardware and software-related systems technologies. Hazra also previously served as technical assistant to Intel's chief technology officer. He joined Intel in 1994 as a software engineer in Intel Architecture Labs, working on video compression/decompression technologies. Before coming to Intel, Hazra was with the Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company based at NASA's Langley Research Center.
Hazra holds 16 patents in signal processing and has contributed numerous technical publications to refereed technical journals and conferences. He was honored with an Intel Achievement Award in 2000 for breakthroughs in multiple generations of industry-leading video-compression technologies.
Hazra earned his bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering from Jadavpur University, India. He also holds a master's degree in computer science and a Ph.D. in computer science, both from The College of William & Mary.