Steve Rohall is a highly-experienced practitioner with a background in research, software development and architecture, development management, and consulting—employing computational methods in the analysis of found data, particularly unstructured text and network data, to solve critical business problems. Focus areas include data analytics and machine learning, recommender systems, expertise location, collaborative computing, and information visualization. Experiences developing and deploying systems for enterprise and consumer use and managing distributed development teams. Responsible for writing project proposals and presenting and reviewing projects for customers and sponsors. Has used a variety of programming languages, toolkits, and operating systems and is able to pick up new technologies quickly and as needed. Received an IBM Outstanding Technical Accomplishment Award, which recognized research contributions to Lotus Notes that led to greater than $100 million in corporate revenue. Co-inventor on 17 issued patents and 5 patents pending; co-author on 43 technical publications. Other activities include writing and reviewing journal submissions, conference papers, and patent disclosures and mentoring junior staff and interns.