Ravi serves as a Data Analyst for RDSC and has expertise in consulting to drive business value by bringing together engineering, management, and technology. He has over 15 years of diverse industry experience, including energy, telecom, professional services, and building materials. Ravi has worked for many leading companies, including Halliburton, Blakes, LexisNexis, and LafargeHolcim. His data science expertise includes developing predictive models using various statistical, artificial intelligence, and machine learning techniques.
Ravi has a Bachelor of Engineering from Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering, University of Delhi) in Electronics and Communications. As an engineer, he evaluated, recommended, configured, and designed network systems and participated in commercial aspects of the business such as contracts and business development. Ravi also has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. As a business professional, he achieved corporate objectives through strategic management, process improvement, marketing management, financial management, business analysis and research.
Ravi continues his passion for learning. In 2020, he earned a graduate-level certification in Financial Technology from Seneca College (Ontario, CA). He is well-versed in privacy management, cybersecurity, human-centered design, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies. Ravi is currently pursuing his Master of Science degree in Data Science at the University of Rochester (2020-2021 cohort) and gaining skills in computational methods to offer innovative solutions to both engineering and management problems.
Ravi has a keen interest in researching, consulting, teaching, and influencing to shape a better world. His Twitter handle is @ravidugh.
- Review of Forecasting Models for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic in India during Country-wise Lockdowns; Abhinav Gola, Ravi Kumar Arya, Animesh Animesh, Ravi Dugh; medRxiv 2020.08.03.20167254
- Fine-tuned Forecasting Techniques for COVID-19 Prediction in India; Abhinav Gola, Ravi Kumar Arya, Animesh Animesh, Ravi Dugh, Zuber Khan; medRxiv 2020.08.10.20167247