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Eric Rosenberg

Dr. Eric Rosenberg

Assistant Professor of Applied Computing, Director of the Computer Information Systems program


School of Arts & Sciences


Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics

Office Location:

Jeffries Hall 136

Office Hours:

  • Monday and Wednesday: 11 am – 12 noon (at my office)
  • Tuesday and Thursday: 4:00 – 5:00 pm (online)
  • by appointment

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. in Operations Research, Stanford University
  • B.A. in Mathematics, Oberlin College

Professional Experience

  • Georgian Court University (Fall 2020 – present)
  • Visiting Professor, Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Rutgers University (Fall 2019 – Spring 2020)
  • AT&T Labs (1996-2019)
  • Bell Labs (< 1996)

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • networks
  • fractals
  • modelling and analysis of large-scale systems
  • object-oriented design
  • telecommunications
  • optimization
  • some recent publications:
    • A. Gorbunova, E. Rosenberg, and A. Cheng, “Color Averaging Techniques and Trends Explored through Artwork”, to appear in Int. J of Arts and Technology
    • B. Ruskey and E. Rosenberg, “Minimizing Risk in Bayesian Supply Chain Networks”, Computers & Industrial Engineering 169 (2022) 108134
    • E. Rosenberg, “Three or four levels of hierarchy minimize hydraulic power in leaves with pinnate dendritic venation,” Journal of Theoretical Biology 539 (2022) 111061
    • E. Rosenberg, “On deriving Murray’s law from constrained minimization of flow resistance,” Journal of Theoretical Biology 512 (2021) 110563
    • E. Rosenberg, “Generalized Hausdorff Dimensions of a Complex Network,” Physica A 511 (2018) pp. 1-17
    • E. Rosenberg, “Non-monotonicity of the Generalized Dimensions of a Complex Network,” Physics Letters A 381 (2017) pp. 2222-2229
    • E. Rosenberg, “Minimal Partition Coverings and Generalized Dimensions of a Complex Network,” Physics Letters A 381 (2017) pp. 1659-1664
    • E. Rosenberg, “Maximal Entropy Coverings and the Information Dimension of a Complex Network,” Physics Letters A 381 (2017) pp. 574-580
    • see my C.V. for the full list of publications

Additional Information

  • inventor or co-inventor of 20 patents issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (see my C.V.)
  • AT&T Labs President’s Excellence Award (2012)
  • Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Award from AT&T (1987)


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