Roger Anderson retired after 42 years at Columbia University’s Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory and Data Sciences Institute where he was Senior Scholar at the Center for Computational Learning Systems in the Fu School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University. Roger has led teams that have developed the next generation of intelligent control systems for Smart City infrastructure (electricity, water, sewage, transportation).
At the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia, he founded the Borehole Research, Global Basins, 4-D Seismic, Reservoir Simulation, Portfolio Management and Energy Research Groups. Over his CU career, he brought in more than a Quarter Billion in research money, including NSF funded ship-time costs. He co-invented 19 patents, with 8 more pending and has written 3 books and more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers. Anderson has had technical, business, computational, and working collaborations with Baker Hughes, Boeing, BBN, BP, Chevron, Finmeccanica, IBM Research, KBR, Lockheed Martin, Pennzoil, Rudin Management, Schlumberger, Texaco, and Shell. Anderson is co-founder of start-up energy companies 4-D Technology, Bell Geospace, AKW Analytics and CALM Energy.
Last updated February 24, 2020