Robert Roser is responsible for both scientific computing and information technology for Fermilab. Roser's organization ensures that the laboratory's scientific programs have the computing hardware, software, data acquisition and electronics support needed to achieve the optimum level of success and provides the laboratory operations teams with the automated business systems and IT services they require to operate efficiently and effectively. A particle physicist by training, Roser led Fermilab's CDF experiment for most of its second run (2005-2012) before taking on his current role. He has served on numerous scientific advisory panels, the most recent being the Large Hadron Collider Experiment Committee. Rob received his Ph.D. at the University of Rochester and joined the laboratory staff as a Wilson fellow. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society.