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Sambit Bhattacharya, PhD

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PRIMARY TEACHING INTERESTS:

 

         CS1 and CS2. Languages used or currently in use: Python, Java, C++, MATLAB.

         Algorithms and Data Structures

         Programming Languages

         Operating Systems

         Computer Organization and Architecture

         Software Tools

         Image Processing and Computer Vision

         Bioinformatics

 

COURSE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES:

 

1.    Redesign of the Operating Systems course with instructional modules developed for process and threads management on multi-core and networked nodes. The LittleFe portable cluster received as grant from a workshop in the Super Computing 2012 (SC12) conference is used for laboratory exercises and projects. Fall 2013.

2.    Mobile Application Development for BlackBerry Smartphone Devices. Supported by an award of 10 Blackberry Smartphone devices and curriculum development materials from Research in Motion Limited. The course is under development and will be offered in Spring 2011.

3.    Computer Organization and Architecture II. New course added to CS curriculum in Spring 2007 at FSU. Developed in both regular and fully online course formats.

4.    Operating Systems I.  Existing regular course developed in fully online format in Spring 2007 at FSU. 

PARTICIPATION IN UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: 

  1. Supervised Computer Science undergraduate student Nicolas Perez in research. Project title: "Precision of the Kinect 3D Sensor for Distance and Human Skeletal Data". The student presented results from this project in an oral presentation in the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS), 2011.
  2. Supervised Computer Science undergraduate student Marcus Mohr in research. Project title: "Precision Movement of a Humanoid Robot (NAO)". The student presented a poster on this project in the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS), 2011.
  3. Supervised Computer Science undergraduate student in research as part of the NC-LSAMP, 2008-2009 program in FSU. Project title: "Mobile Robot Navigation Using a Multi-Sensor Approach". Student name: Sean Mobley.
  4. Organized and presented workshop on Biotechnology/Computational Biology for the FSU-RISE program on 13th September, 2008.
  5. Supervised Computer Science undergraduate student in research as part of the NC-LSAMP, 2007-2008 program in FSU. Project title: "Using Sketchup to Create a Three Dimensional Model of the Fayetteville State University Campus". Student name: David Bell Jr.
  6. Organized and presented workshop on Biotechnology/Computational Biology for the FSU-RISE program on 27th October and 3rd November, 2007.
  7. Organized and presented workshop on Biotechnology/Computational Biology for the FSU-RISE program on 18th November and 2nd December, 2006.
  8. Supervised Computer Science undergraduate student during the Biomedical Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (B-SURE), 2003 program in SUNY Buffalo.
  9. Supervised Mathematics undergraduate student during the B-SURE, 2002 program in SUNY Buffalo.

 

 

"Fayetteville State University is a member institution of The University of North Carolina, which is committed to equality of educational opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability." Page Contact: Sambit Bhattacharya
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