■ Adjunct Faculty ■
Samir Chatterjee
Professor of Computer Networking and Telecommunications
Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Central Florida (1994)
M.S. Computer Science, University of Central Florida (1991)
B.Tech. Jadavpur University, India (1988)

► samir.chatterjee@cgu.edu
Personal Page
Chatterjee at CISAT

Teaching Interests and Areas of Expertise

Dr. Chatterjee is Professor of computer networking and telecommunications at CGU's School of Information Systems and Technology.  He is also the founding director of the Network Convergence Laboratory funded by the National Science Foundation.  He also directs the Master’s in Health Information Management degree program at CGU. His main teaching interests are in Management and IT, Health Information Management, Networking and Computer Security.

Current Research Interests

Dr. Chatterjee's research interests are interdisciplinary.  His research interests are in software design, networking, persuasive technology and healthcare informatics. Today he leads the emerging field of persuasive technology which includes hardware, software and interfaces that can alter human behavior. His projects currently are designing mobile health solutions to address chronic disease management such as obesity/diabetes and he is also working closely with the US Army to develop a novel game-based exposure therapy for PTSD. His pioneering work in using sensor networks for in-home monitoring of elderly patients has been funded by National Science Foundation. He has also extensively worked in design of new protocols and systems for multimedia communications, video-conferencing, Quality-of-Service, Voice/Video over IP, and Network Security. His most recent work has been in cognitive neuroscience techniques to design better IT products.

Professional Activities

Dr. Chatterjee has been the founding program chair for DESRIST (2006, 2007) conference, program chair of Persuasive 2009, general chair of Spring Healthcare IT Workshop (2010) and is on the technical program committee of numerous conference and workshops. He is an active IETF member affiliated to several working groups and a core group member of Video Middleware Initiative within Internet-2.  He has been the General Chair for SIP Workshop at Supercom2004, Healthcom 2003 conference, and Mini-track Co-Chair for HICSS Conference.  He is an Associate Editor of MIS Quarterly and sits on the editorial board of the International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking.

Recent Research and Publications

He has published over 95 articles in refereed conferences and journals including IEEE Network, IEEE J. on Selected Areas in Communications, Communications of the ACM, Computer Networks, Journal of MIS, Decision Support Systems,  Journal of American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), Telemedicine & e-Health Journal, Information Systems Frontiers, Computer Communication, IEEE IT Professional, ACM CCR, Communications of AIS, Journal of Internet Technology etc. He co-authored a book titled “Design Research in Information Systems: Theory & Practice” with Alan Hevner and published by Springer 2010.


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