Ramesh Karne


Contact Info



Ph.D., George Mason University

M.S., University of Wisconsin

Areas of Expertise

Bare machine computing, operating systems, networks, computer architecture, systems programming, application programming and software development.


Dr. Karne earned his M.S. from University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Electrical and Computer engineering. He earned his Ph.D. in Information Technology from George Mason University. He worked with IBM over 15 years and earned 6 patents and published 13 technical articles. He also worked as a research scientist at Institute for Systems Research at College Park. He is a doctoral program director in the department of Computer and Information Sciences and supervised eight doctoral dissertations. He is the inventor of bare machine computing paradigm and currently working in the same area of research. 

Scholarship, Creative Activity:

Received over $700K grants and worked with many industries to develop software products. Received NSF and MIPS grants. Inventor of bare machine computing and its related applications.

Selected Publications, Presentations & Scholarly Papers:

Professional Service:

Associate Editor for IJCA


Bare Machine Computing

Memberships / Affiliations:



Graduate program and doctoral program director for many years.