Dr. Nardelli has worked in the information technology field as a Software Engineer, for one of the Fortune 50 Companies, for the past 25 years. He has been a full-time professor at Keystone since 2015 and serves as Program Coordinator for the Information Technology program. Prior to this, he was an adjunct instructor from 2006 – 2014 at Keystone. He continues to adapt and grow the curriculum to ensure students not only get the most out of their academics, but he brings in the real world experience into the classroom as well. Dr. Nardelli received his doctoral degree from PACE University.
Education – Degrees & Certifications
- D.P.S., PACE University
- M.B.A., B.S., Marywood University
- A.A., Keystone College
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Quantum Computing
- Object-Oriented Technology and Languages
- Software Development
- Software Engineering
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) [Member]
- Association for Computing Machinery [Member]
Nardelli R., Dall Z., Skevoulis S. (2020) Comparing TensorFlow Deep Learning Performance and Experiences Using CPUs via Local PCs and Cloud Solutions. In: Arai K., Bhatia R. (eds) Advances in Information and Communication. FICC 2019. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 70. Springer, Cham
Daniel Evans, Hjalmar Delaude, Jamente Cooper, Kenneth Melie, Rob Nardelli, Rodger Hughes, Sivakumar Pillai, Istvan Barabasi, Zachary Dall, and Kathleen Brush Agile Approach to the Dissertation Process Proc. CSIS Research Day, Pace University, NY, May 2017.
“Comparing TensorFlow Deep Learning Performance and Experiences Using CPUs via Local PCs and Cloud Solutions.” Future of Information and Communication Conference.
“Agile Approach to the Doctoral Dissertation Process”, for presentation at The Michael L. Gargano 15th Annual Student/Faculty Research Day Conference at Seidenberg School of CSIS, Pace University.
Cirba, M. & Nardelli, R. (2016). “Why human computer interaction is important to implement a foundation for interfaces in game design”. The Gathering, at Keystone College. 1-28.