Alum is one of 15 ‘Engineers Who Mattered in 2020’ on engineering.com
Vanderbilt engineering alumnus Bhupinder Singh, MS’86, is one of 15 “Engineers Who Mattered in 2020” featured in a list published Jan. 7, 2021, on engineering.com.
After serving 26 years with Bentley Systems, a leader in infrastructure engineering software, Bhupinder Singh could have called it quits.
Throughout his years at Bentley, Singh held many roles, including the senior vice president of Bentley Software, senior vice president of the Platform Products Group, managing director of sales for Bentley South Asia and, most iconically, the chief product officer.
Instead of retiring, he founded InTwin Insights, a company providing digital transformation services to the infrastructure industry, where he is now the principal.
Singh has also worked in various software engineering positions at Montgomery Watson (now Stantec), Bell Labs and Intergraph Corporation.
He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, and a master’s degree in computer science from Rutgers University as well as a master’s degree in civil engineering from Vanderbilt University. Singh also has a management certificate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
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