Robert Gezelter

Systems Programmer/Manager/Architect; Computer Scientist
Flushing, New York, USA IEEE New York Section
biography
Robert Gezelter (M `81 SM `01) has over 45 years of experience in computing. His work focuses on operating systems, networks, input/output devices, algorithms, protocols, performance, security, and related areas. He has been in private practice since 1978, consulting to clients ranging from the Fortune 10 to small businesses, domestically and internationally. He has spoken on topics relating to his work at many conferences throughout North America and overseas. He received his Ph.D. (2018) in Computer Science from the CUNY Graduate Center. He received his M.S. (1983) and B.A. (1981) in Computer Science from New York University He was appointed to the IEEE Computer Society's Distinguished Visitor Program in 2003. In 2020, the IEEE Computer Society designated Dr. Gezelter a Charter Distinguished Contributor.
Special Skills

Technical Specialties

Computer Scientist and Systems Programmer/Architect/Manager interested in applying detailed knowledge of technologies and architectures in a wide-variety of applications and industries. My experience ranges from low-level device architecture (interfaces, drivers, and microcode) to high-level IT strategic issues. My experience includes substantial design, analysis, implementation, and troubleshooting in a wide range of related matters, including APIs, architecture, protocols, operations, networks, and operating systems. My client projects range from small advisory issues to major development and implementation projects. I have dealt with clients throughout the US and internationally. Since many client matters require modest amounts of my time, I am generally able to address new clients and new needs.

Additional Specialties

Have consulted on Computer/Information Technology issues in litigation; have been qualified as an "Expert" before state and US District Courts, as well as before the International Trade Commission.

Certifications

DFCP

Technical Expertise

OpenVMS
TCP/IP
OpenVMSclusters
Storage
Algorithms
Performance
Electronic Evidence
Networks
interests
Cache memory
Cache storage
Computer network management
Computer network reliability
Computer networks
Computer performance
Computer peripherals
Computer science
Computer security
Concurrent computing
Contact
  • phone number
    +1 (718) 463 1079 (Work)
  • E-mail address
  • mailing address
    Robert Gezelter
    3520 167th St Ste 215, Flushing, New York 11358-1731 USA (Work)
experience
Owner/Partner
Robert Gezelter Software Consultant
IEEE Volunteer Positions
Past Positions
Member
IEEE-USA Career & Workforce Policy Committee
Jun 1989 - Jan 1990
publications
Robert Gezelter, "Safe Computing in the Age of Ubiquitous Connectivity," in 2007 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference, pp. 1 - 7.
Robert Gezelter, "Mobile Code," Computer Security Handbook.
Robert L. Gezelter, Robert M. Pap, and Paul Werbos, "FAULT DIAGNOSIS," Handbook of Neural Computing Applications.
Robert Gezelter, "Safe Computing in the Age of Ubiquitous Connectivity," 2007 IEEE Long Island Systems, Applications and Technology Conference.
education
Cuny- Graduate School And Univ Center
Doctor of Philosophy
Computer Sciences and Information Technologies , 2018
New York University
Master of Science
Computer Sciences and Information Technologies , 1983
New York University
Bachelor of Arts
Computer Sciences and Information Technologies , 1981