Rajesh Jugulum, PhD, is a data science and process engineering professional. He has experience in these areas in different types of industries including healthcare, finance and manufacturing. He held executive positions in the areas of process engineering and data science at Citi Group and Bank of America. Rajesh completed his PhD under the guidance of Dr. Genichi Taguchi. Before joining the financial industry, Rajesh was at Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was involved in research and teaching. Rajesh is a Board of Director of Kanri, a big data analytics firm.
He currently teaches at Northeastern University in Boston as an adjunct professor. Rajesh is the author/co-author of several papers and four books including books on data quality and design for Six Sigma. Rajesh is an American Society for Quality (ASQ) Fellow and his other honors include ASQ’s Feigenbaum Medal, International Technology Institute’s Rockwell Medal and 2012 Recognition Award from Industrial and Systems Engineering Department of Wayne State University. He has been listed in the “Who’s Who in the World” list by Marquis Who's Who publication board. He was featured as “Face of Quality” in the September, 2001 issue of Quality Progress magazine and his Profile was also published in the October 2002 issue of the Journal of Quality Engineering Society. Rajesh has delivered talks as the keynote speaker at several conferences, symposiums, and events related to data analytics and process engineering. He has also delivered lectures at several universities/companies across the globe and participated as a judge in data-related competitions. Get in touch.