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Ms. Sarojini Rao - Advisor ITARI Principal - Indus International School, Bangalore Ms. Sarojini Rao - Advisor ITARI
Principal - Indus International School, Bangalore

Mrs. Sarojini Rao, Principal of Indus International School, Bangalore since July 2005, has excellent academic credentials. She has triple Master’s degrees in Education, Economics and Management, having been placed first in Economics from University of Pune.

Trained in all the three IB programs (PYP, MYP and DP), Mrs. Rao is also a graduate of the Principal’s Training Centre for International School Leadership, USA.

She is the Managing Trustee of Indus International Community School, Bangalore.

Mrs. Rao has been instrumental in planning the curriculum and inter-curricular strategy, defining academic and non-academic objectives for the school, and in training teachers. She has played a pivotal role in formulating the Leadership Curriculum, Instructional supervision and Evaluation model for the school. With specialized knowledge of the Balanced Scorecard, she has implemented this in our schools and set challenging and exacting benchmarks, which have contributed to the all-round success of Indus in delivering holistic education with academic rigour as the highest priority.

Under her leadership, inspired students are indeed set to take on the challenges ahead, as leaders of the future. Her emphasis on whole education (without compromising academic excellence and rigour) has been the highlight of her conviction and drive and has resulted in Indus being ranked the top International School in India for five successive years.

A structured leadership curriculum that involves every child has instilled not only confidence in the students but has also enables students of all ages to set realistic goals and devise plans to achieve them.

Mrs. Rao is a role model for the core values of the school; love, empathy, discipline and respect. This reflects in our students being sensitized to the needs of the less privileged in society and being armed to contribute through service. With her example, guidance, advice and ideas, our Principal has built a strong team, and together they work to maintain standards that have brought recognition and acclamation. Teacher and student leaders are committed to excelling in many fields of endeavour. For themselves and the students, this translates to passion and purpose, service and spirituality, respect for diversity and global understanding.




Dr. Sridarshan Koundinya Director, ITARI, Indus Trust
Dr. Sridarshan Koundinya
Director, ITARI, Indus Trust

Dr. Sridarshan Koundinya returns to academia now after gaining two decades of cross-functional experience spanning several areas such as Public Policy, Strategic Business Management and Research, Risk Management, Quality Assurance, Regulatory Compliance and Corporate Governance. He joined ITARI on 1st June 2016. He has completed projects in different sectors (public, private, academic, startups, NGO), in different industries (Energy, Telecom, Education, Information Technology, Banking, Public Services) in different countries (USA, UK, India, South Korea, Bahrain, Poland, Austria, France, Indonesia and China) and at different organizations including GE, TCS, TTSL & CPUC. Throughout his professional career, he has been speaking at academic and professional conferences and has published 21 articles, research papers and technical reports.

Dr. Sridarshan Koundinya began his career as an Engineer (B.E. from NITK, Surathkal), MBA (from NMIMS) and went on to earn a Ph.D. in Public Policy & Management from the Ohio State University at Columbus, Ohio, USA and a Masters in Information Management from the University of California at UC Berkeley, USA. After teaching courses in Business Economics and Public Policy at reputed American Universities and after having published papers in peer-reviewed journals, he felt the need to enrich his teaching and research through practical work experience.

Dr. Sridarshan leads ITARI to ensure alignment with ITARI's Vision and Mission and to ensure progressive improvement in quality standards at ITARI. He is a Faculty in ITARI educational programmes with teaching and research interests in Educational Philosophy and Psychology and Spirituality in Education, Management and Leadership.


Dr. Sridarshan Koundinya; Director

List of Public Presentations, Reports, Publications

  1. Sridarshan Koundinya, “Risk Management Standards” Risk Week, May 2014, Conference by Unicom in Bangalore
  2. Sridarshan Koundinya, “Anti-corruption program: A business contribution to a national ethical infrastructure” Eighth Annual International Conference on Public Policy & Management, 12-14 August, 2013, Conference Proceedings, Indian Institute of Management at Bangalore, page 67-72.
  3. Sridarshan Koundinya, Invited Participant, Presentation on “Energy Policy for India: The imperative for appropriate technologies and alternative development paradigms”, October 2012, National ‘Young Engineers’ Symposium at IIT-Guwahati
  4. Sridarshan Koundinya, Invited Speaker and Panelist on Risk Management at a National level Risk Management Conference held by the Ideas-Exchange. April 2011, Mumbai, India
  5. Sridarshan Koundinya, Technology and Regulatory Trends in the Power Sector, Conference of the Indian Institute of Plant Engineers on ‘Power Vision: Opportunities and Challenges’, Feb 2007, Mumbai, India.
  6. Sridarshan Koundinya, Business Excellence: Approach to Regulatory Risk, American Utility Week, April 2006, Atlanta Georgia, USA
  7. Sridarshan Koundinya, July 2005, Asset Risk Management, Conference of the Indian Institute of Plant Engineers, Pune India
  8. Sridarshan Koundinya, Business Architecture for the 21st C Utility Industry, TATA Consultancy Services, March 2005, Tactics Conference, India.
  9. Sridarshan Koundinya, Whitepaper on (IRIS) Integrated Regulatory Reporting Intelligence System, Dec., 2004, TATA Consultancy Services, March 2005, Tactics Conference, India.
  10. Sridarshan Koundinya, Best Practices in Regulation, Oct., 2003, National Power Training Institute, Bangalore, India
  11. Sridarshan Koundinya, Business User requirements study of in-house customer complaint management system, 2003, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco, Telecommunications Division.
  12. Linda Rochester and Sridarshan Koundinya, Status of Competition in the Telecommunications Industry, 2003, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco, Telecommunications Division.
  13. Sridarshan Koundinya, Cost of Capital Study on Small Local Exchange Carriers in California, 2002, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco, Telecommunications Division.
  14. Sridarshan Koundinya, Report to the California Legislature: Feasibility of including broadband as a component of Universal Service, Chapter on Cost Analysis, 2002, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco, Telecommunications Division.
  15. Sridarshan Koundinya, Testimony on Financial Analysis of Electric Utilities, 2001, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco, Office of Ratepayer Advocates.
  16. Sridarshan Koundinya, Testimony on Valuation: Transfer of DSL Assets from Pacific Bell to ASI Inc., 2000, California Public Utilities Commission at San Francisco,- Office of Ratepayer Advocates.
  17. Mohammad Harunuzaman and Sridarshan Koundinya, "Cost Allocation/Rate Design for Unbundled Gas Service" National Regulatory Research Institute. 1999, NRRI 00-08.
  18. Sridarshan Koundinya, "Process of Innovation in Electricity Pricing Policy", 1998, Public Administration Theory Network Conference Proceedings, Colorado Springs, USA.
  19. Sridarshan Koundinya, "Cost Allocation policies for sustainability: Lessons from the US experience", 1997, Annual Conference Proceedings of the International Association of Energy Economists, Vol. III, pp. 889-98, TERI, Delhi.
  20. Jyoti Parikh, Rangan Banerjee, Sridarshan Koundinya, "Demand Side Management (DSM) Survey in India", Energy –The International Journal, 1996, V:21(10), pp.955-966.
  21. Sridarshan Koundinya and DebabrataChattopadhyaya, "Incorporating Qualitative Objectives in Integrated Resource Planning", Energy Sources, 1995, Vol. 17, pp. 565-581.



Dr. Moses Satralkar Deputy Director, ITARI, Indus Trust
Dr. Moses Satralkar
Former Deputy Director and Faculty, ITARI, Indus Trust

As Deputy Director, Dr. Moses has been responsible for business development, international collaborations, media liaisons, college campus recruitment and higher education administration at ITARI. He has been a member of the CEO staff involved in developing strategic policies and plans for Indus International Schools and Indus Trust since 2008. At ITARI, he was incharge of admissions into all academic programmes, developing collaborations with foreign Universities, networking with International Schools across India, and recruitment of meritorious Postgraduate trainee teachers from top Colleges and Universities into the Indus International Schools. He has held a number of senior leadership positions at Indus. He worked as Head of Business Development at ITARI and Curriculum Coordinator for Indus Trust. He was in the core team that set up the Indus Training and Research Institute, and has overseen its growth to a premier institute, qualifying teachers for International Baccalaureate (IB) and Cambridge (IGCSE) Schools for India, Middle East and Africa and Asia Pacific regions. He has been involved in marketing all academic courses, admissions, enrollments process, planning budgets and revenue generation since the inception of the institute.

Dr. Moses developed a strategic collaboration with the University of Bath, UK for setting up a study centre at ITARI to offer the MA in Education along with the IB Educator Certificates for IMEA regions. He also developed a recent collaboration with the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK for joint research effort to set up the first School of the Future. Earlier, Dr. Moses developed the Post Graduate Diploma in International Education, organized curriculum development, and facilitated its accreditation as India's first overseas-accredited professional teacher certification programme with Keele University, UK. He thereafter facilitated its association for academic quality evaluation with the Birmingham City University, UK. He established the partnership with Cambridge, UK for offering Cambridge programmes in Education (CIDTL) and Leadership (CIDEL).

Dr. Moses' interdiscplinary research and teaching on Higher Education Programmes at ITARI included key aspects of Cognitive Neuroscience to enhance Human Learning, Circadian Rhythms, Biocognitive Cycles, Human Genetic Wellness Programmes by modifying Gene-Environment Interactions as well as Integrated Thematic Curriculum and Deep Technologies in the School of the Future. Prior to joining Indus, Dr. Moses was a College Lecturer teaching Chronobiology and Microbiology at Postgraduate and Undergraduate level. He has 16 years experience in interdiscplinary research, teaching and higher education. He is qualified with an interdiscplinary Ph.D. specializing in Chronobiology, Zoology, and Masters in Microbiology from the University of Pune. He has authored 12 scientific research papers published in peer reviewed Journals. Dr. Moses is associated with the Global Challenges Forum (GCF) Geneva, Switzerland, and is a member of the Transformative Education Forum (TEF), USA.

Dr. Moses joined Indus in Aug 2007, and was a part of the Indus family at Bangalore for 10 years. In May 2017, Dr. Moses accepted a position at a prestigious University in the United States of America, as Faculty in Biology and Education and works on the staff of the University Senior Management managing academic projects, administration and international business for India, Middle East and Africa. He continues to be closely associated with Indus Trust as an honorary advisor for strategic international project partnerships and is adjunct faculty at ITARI.


Dr. Moses Satralkar; Deputy Director and Faculty

Research Papers

International Peer Reviewed Journals published in the U.S.A., U.K. and online E-Journals

  1. Satralkar, M. K., Khare, P. V., Keny, V. L., Vanlalnghaka, C., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Iyyer, S. B. and Joshi, D. S. (2007). Effect of light intensity on the oviposition rhythm of the altitudinal strains of Drosophila ananassae. Chronobiology International. 24:21-30.
  2. Satralkar, M. K., Khare, P. V., Keny, V. L., Vanlalnghaka, C., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Iyyer, S. B. and Joshi, D. S. (2007). Effects of photophase and altitude on the oviposition rhythm on the Himalayan strains of Drosophila ananassae. Chronobiology International. 24:389-425.
  3. Satralkar, M. K., Keny, V. L., Khare, P. V., Vanlalnghaka, C., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Barnabas, R. J., Iyyer, S. B. and Joshi, D. S. (2007). Latitudinal variation in oviposition rhythm of Drosophila ananassaestrains originating from the equator to subtropics. Biological Rhythm Research. 38:391-398.
  4. Satralkar, M. K., Keny, V. L., Khare, P. V., Vanlalnghaka, C., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Barnabas, R. J., Iyyer, S. B. and Joshi, D. S. (2007). Latitude dependent lability of phase response curve for the oviposition rhythm of Drosophila ananassae. Biological Rhythm Research. 38:421-426.
  5. Satralkar, M. K., Martin, E. R. Barnabas, R. J. and Joshi, D. S. (2004). Effect of light-dark regimes on the deviant sex-ratio in Drosophila rajasekari. Drosophila Information Services. 87:46-49.
  6. Keny, V. L., Vanlalnghaka, C. V., Satralkar, M. K., Iyyer, S. B., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Barnabas, R. J., and Joshi, D. S. (2007). Effects of altitude on circadian rhythm of adult locomotor activity in Himalayan strains of Drosophila Helvetica. Journal of Circadian Rhythms. 5:1.
  7. Khare, P. V., Satralkar, M. K., Vanlalnghaka, C., Keny, V. L., Kasture, M. S., Shivagaje, A. J., Barnabas, R. J. and D. S. Joshi. (2005). Altitudinal variation in the circadian rhythm of oviposition in Drosophila ananassae. Chronobiology International, 22:42-55.
  8. Khare, P. V., Keny, V. L., Vanlalnghaka, C., Satralkar, M. K., Kasture, M. S., Barnabas, R. J. and Joshi, D. S. (2004). Effects of temperature, photoperiod and light intensity on the eclosion rhythm of high altitude Himalayan strain of Drosophila ananassae. Chronobiology International. 21:353-365.
  9. Vanlalnghaka, C., Keny, V. L., Satralkar M. K., Kasture, M. S., Barnabas, R. J. and Joshi, D. S. (2006). Effect of aging on the photic entrainment in the frugivorous bat, Rousettusleschenaulti. Biological Rhythm Research. 37: 247-253.
  10. Vanlalnghaka, C., Keny, V. L., Satralkar, M. K., Pujari, P. D. and Joshi, D. S. (2005). Social entrainment in the old frugivorous bats, Rousettusleschenaulti from the Lonar crater. Biological Rhythm Research. 36(5):453-461.
  11. Vanlalnghaka, C., Keny, V. L., Satralkar M. K., Kasture, M. S., Barnabas, R. J. and Joshi, D. S. (2005). Entrainment and phase shifts in frugivorous (Rousettusleschenaulti): Effect of light in roosts. Biological Rhythm Research. 37: 45-50.
  12. Vanlalnghaka, C., Keny, V. L., Satralkar, M. K., Pujari, P. D. and Joshi, D. S. (2005). Natural Twilight phase response curves for the cave dwelling bat, Hipposiderosspeoris. Chronobiology International. 22(5):1-8.

Abstracts published in Symposia/Conference Proceedings:

  1. M. K. Satralkar, V. L. Keny, C. Vanlalnghaka, R. J. Barnabas and D. S. Joshi. (2005). Light intensity dependent oviposition rhythm in the desert strain of Drosophila ananassae. XVII National Symposium on Chronobiology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221 005, October 1-3, Abstract No. OP-28. pp. 51.
  2. M. K. Satralkar, R. J. Barnabas and D. S. Joshi (2004). Effect of light-dark regimes on the deviant sex-ratio in Drosophila rajasekari. XVI National Symposium on Chronobiology. Department of Biochemistry Faculty of Science, Anamalai University, Anamalainagar, October 30-31, 2004. Abstract No. OP-04. pp. 18.
  3. P. V. Khare, M. K. Satralkar, C. Vanlalnghaka, V. L. Keny and D. S. Joshi (2005) Altitudinal variation in the circadian rhythm of oviposition in Drosophila ananassae. 19th European Drosophila Research Conference. Eger, Hungary, August 31 - September 3, 2005, Abstract No. PH-8. pp. 24.
  4. P. V. Khare, M. K. Satralkar, C. Vanlalnghaka, V. L. Keny, M. S. Kasture, A. J. Shivagaje, R. J. Barnabas and D. S. Joshi (2004). Effects of environmental parameters on the circadian rhythmicity of the high altitude Himalayan Drosophila. XVI National Symposium on Chronobiology. Department of Biochemistry Faculty of Science, Anamalai University, Anamalainagar, October 30-31, 2004. Abstract No. PL-02. pp. 4.
  5. V. L. Keny, M. K. Satralkar, C. Vanlalnghaka, G. M. Mahajan, P. V. Khare and D. S. Joshi. Effect of aging on the circadian rhythm of oviposition in Drosophila rajasekari. XVII NSC 2005; Department of Zoology Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi, India. October 1-3, 2005. Abstract No. OP-29. pp. 52.
  6. C. Vanlalnghaka, V. L. Keny, M. K. Satralkar, P. D. Pujari and D. S. Joshi (2005). Social entrainment in the old frugivorous bats, Rousettusleschenaulti from the Lonar crater. XVII NSC 2005; Department of Zoology Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi, India. October 1-3, 2005. Abstract No. OP-30. pp. 53.
  7. C. Vanlalnghaka, V. L. Keny, M. K. Satralkar, P. D. Pujari, R. J. Barnabas and D. S. Joshi (2005). Entrainment and phase shifts in frugivorous bats (Rousettusleschenaulti): effect of light in roosts. XVII NSC. 2005; Department of Zoology Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi, India. October 1-3, 2005. Abstract No. IL-12. pp. 22.
  8. C. Vanlalnghaka, D. S. Joshi, V. L. Keny, and M. K. Satralkar. 2005. Entrainment of circadian rhythm of flight activity in six species of bats from the Lonar crater ecosystems. XVI National Symposium on Chronobiology. Department of Biochemistry Faculty of Science, Anamalai University, Anamalainagar, October 30-31, 2004. Abstract No. OP-23. pp. 37.

Presentations, Conferences and Memberships In International Organizations



Ms. Taniya Khurana, Head of Business Development, ITARI

Ms. Taniya Khurana
Head of Business Development, ITARI

Ms. Taniya Khurana is the Head of Business Development at ITARI. Prior to assuming this responsibility, Ms. Khurana has worked with reputed brands like Alliance University, Skilltree Global Knowledge Consortium in multiple capacities as the Deputy Director, Public Relations, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and Associate Vice President for Institutional Alliances to name a few at a very early stage of her career. Ms. Khurana brings forth significant cross-functional experience in brand development, educational marketing and research and has as well consulted with leading Institutions in the digital marketing research space as well as planning, promotions and hosting outreach programs advocating international experiential learning.

Ms. Khurana is a Computer Applications Graduate from University of Rajasthan, a Postgraduate in Business Administration from Alliance School of Business and an Executive Post Graduate Diploma from IIM B. She has undertaken numerous research projects on digital analytics and brand furthering with brands like IDEA cellular, Ogilvy & Mather, CollPoll and Sheth Leadership Academy. Ms. Taniya Khurana joined Indus Training and Research Institute in April, 2017 and is responsible for business development strategies, corporate communications, marketing, admissions, sustaining international partnerships, media liasons, college campus recruitment and furthering the vision of ITARI.




Ms. Mala Palani, Head of Curriculum Development and Faculty, ITARI

Ms. Mala Palani
Head of Curriculum Development and Faculty, ITARI

Ms. Mala Palani is a senior teacher trainer with rich experience in English Language Teaching and Assessment Practices. Ms Palani has qualifications from several reputed Universities and Colleges. She holds an MA in ELT from University of Warwick, UK; M.Phil and PGCTE from English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad as well as TKT, CIDTT and Delta from University of Cambridge, UK. She holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Pune and a Bachelors of Arts and Education from Regional College of Education, Mysore. She has been awarded a Fulbright IREX Teacher Excellence Award from Chicho State University, California, USA. She has submitted her Ph.D. thesis to the Delhi University and will be awarded a Doctorate in Education soon.

Ms. Palani has worked with reputed IB and progressive schools across the country. She has been a teacher educator training teachers in association with several reputed organizations for the past 17 years. She is an accredited teacher trainer with the British Council, India; Oxford Teachers’ Academy, UK; and Oxford University Press, India. Apart from training she also enjoys writing. She has authored several popular school textbooks and teacher training books published internationally. A few of her books used in Schools in SAARC countries are the New Pathways Series, My English Folder, and Adventures with Grammar and Composition (all published by the Oxford University Press).

At ITARI Ms. Palani is Academic Coordinator for the PGDIE programme. She is responsible for curriculum development of existing and new academic courses and Teacher Executive Programmes. She continues to research on Learner Motivation, Learner Autonomy and Assessing for Learning.



Ms. Mala Palini; Head of Curriculum Development

1.Research Publications:

  • Using an Activity-based Approach with My Adult ESL Learners in Reflections on Teaching Today and Tomorrow, ed. Paul Beedle& Bob Burkill, 2008, CUP, UK.
  • Stories in the Language Classroom in The English Classroom, journal published by Regional Institute of English, 2008, Bangalore.
  • Using the Loop Input Method in Teacher Training, Voices, IATEFL publication, 2011, London.
  • Pathways A series of textbooks, workbooks and literature readers to promote quality English learning through communicative approach, published by Oxford University Press, 2011, India.
  • Adventures with Grammar and Composition, A series of grammar workbooks to promote quality English learning through communicative approach, published by Oxford University Press, 2013, India.
  • New Pathways A series of textbooks, workbooks and literature readers to promote quality English learning through communicative approach, published by Oxford University Press, 2015, India.
  • My English Folder, A series of grammar workbooks to promote quality English learning through communicative approach, published by Oxford University Press, 2015, India.
  • Teacher Resource Packs for New Pathways, My English Folder and Adventures with Grammar and Composition – a series of teacher training material to support quality English language and literature teaching in schools.
  • Website support material for New Pathways, My English Folder and Adventures with Grammar and Composition – teacher support material to promote quality English language and literature teaching in schools
  • The Place of Stories in the ELT Classroom, Annual Teacher Educator Conference Proceedings, Hyderabad, 2015

2. Paper Presentations and Workshops:

  • Soaking in Stories: A Way to Language Acquisition in IATEFL Conference 3rd-6th January ’08 on The Way Forward: Learning from International Experience of TEYL, Bangalore, India.
  • Sharing the Success of Encouraging Critical Thinking in our Young EL Learners in UGC National Seminar, 21-22 January, ’08 on Challenges in the Teaching of English, Baroda, India.
  • Towards a Student-Centered Classroom in the annual CIE conference, 24 November 2008
  • Influencing Teacher Beliefs to Foster Language Learning, Regional ELT@I conference, Ahmedabad, 6-7 February 2009. (coordinated by RELO, New Delhi)
  • Loop-input method in Teacher Training, Annual IATEFL Conference, Cardiff, UK, March 31 – April 4, 2009.
  • The New Face of English Language Learning in India, Annual IATEFL Conference, Glasgow, UK, 2012
  • The Place of Stories in the ELT Classroom, Annual Teacher Educator Conference, Hyderabad, 2015

Note: Workshop leader for over 126 teacher training sessions with Oxford Teachers' Academy, Oxford University Press, and British Council, India.



Ms. Anuradha Ghulati Faculty, CIDTL Program Leader and Head of Pastoral Care, ITARI

Ms. Anuradha Ghulati
Faculty, CIDTL Program Leader and Head of Pastoral Care, ITARI

Ms. Anuradha Ghulati is qualified with an M.B.A. from the Bharathiar University (affiliated to the Madras University), and a B.Ed in English and Social Sciences from the Anamalai University. She has teaching experience encompassing over 20 years in International as well as National Curriculum Schools, across India. She has served at the Indus International School in varying capacity for 10 years. She was initially deputed as a ‘Teacher Librarian’ for the PYP at Indus International School, Bangalore in 2006, and integrated the Library curriculum from K-8 meeting the IBO standards, and graduated to be the Head of the resource center. She then served in the PYP as a Grade Coordinator and IB PYP Teacher successfully for over 3 years. Ms. Anuradha was appointed as the Principal of the Indus International Community School (IICS), Bangalore which she headed for 3 years. She has been responsible for the success of the Community School in various areas including curriculum development, teacher training, admissions, integrating technology platforms, parent involvement as well as research in ESL and SEN. She has also worked in tandem with the Karnataka Spastic Society. Under her leadership the Community School was awarded a special prize by the Karnataka State Education Board for hundred percent Grade 10 results in very first year. Prior to joining Indus, Ms. Anuradha served in the TechnoTurf Info Services (IBM) as a Course Coordinator for the Avinashilingam Deemed University and was Faculty for Post Graduate and Undergraduate Courses. She was responsible for training faculty heads of all disciplines. She has also worked as a soft skills trainer for Edutech Info Services, Chennai and handled accounts like TCS, Covansys and Southerland Technologies to name a few. She joined ITARI as Faculty and Coordinator in March 2016. She teaches Communicative English, ESL and SEN on all the academic programmes, coordinates curriculum projects, academic calendars, and pastoral care of trainee-teachers.




Dr. Anita Rao Mysore Senior Faculty and PGCIE Academic Coordinator, ITARI

Dr. Anita Rao Mysore
Senior Faculty and PGCIE Academic Coordinator, ITARI

Dr. Anita Rao Mysore is qualified with a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, majoring in Multicultural Education, from the University of Arkansas, USA. Her M.Ed. (specialization: Educational Technology) and B.Ed. degrees are from Regional Institute of Education, (NCERT), Mysore.

Anita was an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, USA and taught undergraduate preservice teachers. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Arkansas, she taught postgraduates and undergraduates in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She was Research Assistant-Curriculum at the University of Arkansas Libraries and developed instructional resource materials for schools, in association with teachers and students in the Northwest Arkansas region. Before her departure to the US, Anita worked in Mysore city with K-12 students on a daily basis for over a decade, as a Research Assistant, for studies in cultural psychology of US universities, University of Michigan and Yale University respectively. More recently, she worked as a faculty at ITARI for over three years, and after a sabbatical, rejoined in May 2016. Social justice and equity issues are at the core of her teaching, research, and service or outreach activities. Anita is Academic Coordinator of the PGCIE programme and is faculty for all academic courses at ITARI.


Dr. Anita Rao Mysore; Senior Faculty

Publications

  • Mysore, A. R. (2018). Technology integration models for digital equity. In J. Keengwe (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Pedagogical Models for Next Generation Teaching and Learners. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2017). Teacher education and digital equity: Research in the millennium. In J. Keengwe (Ed.),Handbook of Research on Promoting Cross-Cultural Competence &Social Justice in Teacher Education(pp. 120-136). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2016). Multicultural curricular frameworks for preservice teachers. In Information Resources Management Association (Eds.),Teacher Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 431-450). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2015, August 24).Who's afraid of the big bad dragon?: Why China has the best (and worst) education system in the world. [Review of the book Who's afraid of the big bad dragon?: Why China has the best (and worst) education system in the world, byY. Zhao]. Teachers College Record.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2014). Multicultural curricular frameworks for preservice teachers. In G. Onchwari, & J. Keengwe (Eds.),Cross-cultural Considerations in the Education of Young Immigrant Learners (pp. 247-264). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Mysore, A. R., & Lincoln, F. (2013, May). Reading strategies for success. English Teaching Professional, 86, 14-16.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2012, March 2). Education in South-East Asia. [Review of the book Education in South-East Asia, by C. Brock & L. P. Symaco (Eds.)]. TeachersCollege Record.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2008). What is a curriculum developer doing in Special Collections? In Smallwood, C. (Ed.), Thinking Outside the Book: Essays for Innovative Librarians (pp. 90-92). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
  • Mysore, A. R. & McKee, E. C. (2008). Librarians partnering with educators: Instigating the teachable moment for information literacy in core education courses. In Smallwood, C. (Ed.), Thinking Outside the Book: Essays for Innovative Librarians (pp. 83-86). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2007). James Albert Banks (1941–). Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture.
  • Mysore, A. R., Lincoln, F., & Wavering, M. J. (2006). Attitudes of preservice teachers toward issues in multicultural education. Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, 21(2), 73-85.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1994, November). Verbal creativity: The effect of the sessions on imaginative stories. Journal of Indian Education, 52-56.


Contribution to Book

  • Murphy, Y., Hunt, V., Zajicek, A., Norris, A. N., & Hamilton, L. (2009). Capturing the breadth and depth of human experiences: Incorporating intersectionality in social work research, policy, practice, and education. Washington DC: NASW Press.


Conference Presentations

  • Mysore, A. R. (2017, February). Promoting digital equity via teacher preparation. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Lincoln, F., Mysore, A. R., & Al-Zoin, H. (2016, November). Culture and ethnic journal entries revealed from preservice teachers. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Association for Multicultural Education 26th Annual International Conference, Cleveland, OH.
  • Lincoln, F., Mysore, A. R., & Al-Zoin, H. (2016, August). Reflections on equity issues in daily occurrences of preservice and in-service teachers. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Summer Conference, Louisville, KY.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2016, February). Multicultural curricular approaches for science teacher educators. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Lincoln, F., Mysore, A. R., & Al-Zoin, H. (2015, October). Racial journal entries of preservice teachers. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education 25th Annual International Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Lincoln, F., Mysore, A. R., & Al-Zoin, H. (2015, August). Teachers: Colorblind or culturally responsive? Paper presented at theAssociation of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Summer Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2015, February). A potpourri of multicultural curricular models and frameworks. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2014, August). Navigating disciplinary perspectives of teacher education as a first- generation immigrant. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Summer Conference, Niagara Falls, NY.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2014, February). Implementing multicultural curriculum: Experiences of a first-generation Indian immigrant teacher. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Mysore, A. R. &Hobbel, N. G. (2013, November). Performance of a first-generation Indian immigrant teacher on disciplinary perspectives. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, Oakland, CA.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2012, November). Multicultural curriculum through the lens of a first-generation Indian immigrant teacher. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2012, August). Understanding an immigrant teacher’s navigational skills in the hybrid spaces of classrooms. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators' (ATE) 2012 Boston Summer Conference.
  • Mysore, A. R. Lincoln, F., & Anderson, C. (2012, April). Negotiating third spaces: Experiences of an Indian immigrant preservice teacher. Paper presented at the South Asian Studies Association Conference, Claremont, CA.
  • Mysore, A. R.(2011, November). Reflections of a first-generation Asian-Indian immigrant preservice teacher. Paper presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Mysore, A. R., Kraschnewski. J., & Sparks, D. (2009, October). Reflective journal-writings of English language learner-preservice teachers. Paper presented at the Wisconsin TESOL and Wisconsin DPI Bilingual/ESL Program Joint Conference 2009, Stevens Point, WI.
  • Mysore, A. R., Lincoln, F., & Wavering, M. J., (2009, February). Preservice science teachers’ beliefs about linguistic and cultural diversity. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE), Austin, TX.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2008, April). Understanding and interpreting the worldviews of Asian immigrants. Paper presented at the Diversity Leadership Institute, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.
  • Mysore, A. R., Lincoln, F., Wavering, M. J., & Lee, C. (2007, October). Strategies for adapting science content for linguistic and cultural diversity in public school classrooms. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ARKTESOL), Conway, AR.
  • Mysore, A. R. & Lincoln, F. (2006, March). Multicultural knowledge of preservice teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Tampa, FL.
  • Mysore, A. R. & Lincoln, F. (2005, September). Journal writing to foster ESL partnerships. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ARKTESOL), Springdale, AR.
  • Mysore, A. R., Smith, C., McClellan, C, & Salazar, V. (2005, September). International students: Bringing the world to Northwest Arkansas. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ARKTESOL), Springdale, AR.
  • Greathouse, D., Lincoln, F., & Mysore, A. R. (2005, September). Science teaching strategies for English Language Learners. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ARKTESOL), Springdale, AR.
  • Mysore, A. R. & Lincoln, F. (2004, April). Intercultural awareness of preservice teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Long Beach, CA.
  • Mysore, A. R. & Lincoln, F. (2003, April). Reading strategies of English Language Learners. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ARKTESOL), Arkadelphia, AR.


Non-Refereed Publications

  • Mysore, A. R. (2017, March 9). Beyond lessons, towards efficiency. Deccan Herald, Education, p. 14.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2016, January 7). Instruction and multiple intelligences. Deccan Herald, Education, p. 18.
  • Mysore, A. R. (2015, November 26). Everyone learns a bit differently. Deccan Herald,Education, p. 18.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1999, April 30). Special school for learning disabled a must: Education expert. Star of Mysore [Mysore city’s English newspaper], p. 8.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1998, April 22). If your child has a problem with math and language, read this. Star of Mysore, p. 9.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1998, April 21). A ‘special’ summer camp for ‘special’ children. Star of Mysore, p. 8.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1997, May). Adhyayanavaikalya[Translation: Learning disabilities].PustakaPrapancha [“The world of books,” published by the Karnataka State Adult Education Council], pp. 44-47.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1996, September 5). A teacher speaks. Star of Mysore, p. 8.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1995, September 4). Women’s education: Need for a reorientation. Star of Mysore, p. 5.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1995, May 16). Stress reduction in the classroom. The Hindu,Education, p. 2.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1995, March 26). Radio athava Television: VidyaarthigaLavalavuetta? [Translation: Radio or television: Toward which are students attracted?], AndoLana [Mysore city’s Kannada newspaper], p. 2.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1995, April 23). Heaven’s very special children. Star of Mysore, pp. 1, 5.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1994, September 5). Teachers’ role in value education. Star of Mysore, p. 8.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1994). Why must we cultivate creativity? Golden Jubilee Souvenir of Christ the King Convent School.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1994, July). MakkaLige void hayLuvaabhyaasa[Translation: The habit of reading aloud to children]. Vanita [Women’s monthly Kannada magazine], pp. 23-25.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1993, July 31). Pi and its history. The Hindu,Young World, p. 1.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1992, April 21). Punishment for prattling. The Hindu,Education, p. 2.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1991, September 17). Coping with the mildly disabled. The Hindu,Education, p. 2.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1988). Appreciating Indian classical music. Venture [Regional College of Education annual magazine], pp. 2-4.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1985, November 11). No confidence in future: Students’ dilemma. The Hindu,Education, p. 2.
  • Mysore, A. R. (1983, November 8-22). Your comments on the semester system. Femina [Women’s fortnightly English magazine].


Awards

Fall 2009:

Awarded the competitive Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program stipend to my research students for my proposal, Reflective journals: What do they tell about preservice teachers’ knowledge and beliefs about issues in multicultural education? by the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, UW-Parkside, Kenosha, WI.


Grants

Wrote a successfully-funded collaborative grant proposal

Title: Land of (Unequal)

Opportunity: Documenting the Civil Rights Struggle in Arkansas

Organization: Arkansas Humanities Council

Purpose: To develop lesson plans about the civil rights movement in Arkansas on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Little Rock Central High School Integration Crisis (2007)


Research Interests

  • Preparing equity literate teachers with knowledge, dispositions, and skills for P-12 classes.
  • Ongoing research (2015-Present) with Dr. Felicia Lincoln, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Arkansas: Attitudes of preservice teachers toward equity issues in daily occurrences.


Professional Service

2014-Present:  Journal-Reviewer, Action in Teacher Education, USA

2010-Present:  Reviewer of proposals for the Annual Conferences of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), USA

2009-Present:  Reviewer of proposals for the spring and summer Conferences of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), USA

2014-2016:      Member, Diversity Committee, Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), USA

2009-2015:      Reviewer of proposals for the spring Annual Meetings of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), USA



Ms. Sunitha Amencherla Faculty, CIDEL Program Leader and CIDTL Exams Officer, ITARI Ms. Sunitha Amencherla
Faculty, CIDEL Program Leader and CIDTL Exams Officer, ITARI

Ms. Sunitha Amencherla has an M.A. from the Central University of Hyderabad and has served as Senior Manager at Education Quality Foundation of India (EQFI) India, at Bangalore for several years. She also has a PGCTE from CIEFL now deemed English and Foreign Languages University in Hyderabad. She has contributed to the National Policy on ICT in School Education since 2008, and has undergone the process of unlearning and relearning through a certificate program in Philosophy of Education at Digantar, Jaipur.

She has rich experience as an educationist in a varying capacities, including classroom teaching, technology training for teachers, project coordination, program management, grassroots development and research. In the context of K-12, she is particularly interested in content development and quality standards as well as teacher development programmes. She has conducted several teacher development programs, including CBSE training, and is passionate about pedagogical interventions and holistic development of education in India.

Ms. Sunitha is Academic Coordinator for the CIDTL programme at ITARI teaches and mentors trainees of all programmes.




Ms. Marina Basu, Faculty, ITARI Ms. Marina Basu
Faculty, ITARI

Marina Basu holds post graduate degrees in Economics, Education, and Philosophy, from reputed institutions in India and the United States. Prior to joining ITARI, she was a teacher and curriculum developer at a non-traditional school; her focus area was mathematics at the primary and middle school levels. She has worked in a wide variety of educational environments over several years that encompassed engaging with underprivileged children in after school programs in India and with pre-service and in-service teachers at Louisiana State University (USA). She has taught a range of subjects including science, English and social studies in institutional and non-formal settings. Her experience includes editing and authoring journal articles and book chapters.

Recently, Marina was at Indiana State University (USA) as a Fulbright Distinguished Teacher where she explored the nuances of teaching and learning mathematics through English for English Language Learners. Her passion lies in understanding Maths as a language and in creating larger connections to the historical and cultural contexts of maths, which arises from her broader pedagogical focus on integration across subject areas. Her other pedagogical interests include theme and project based learning, collaborative learning, and teaching through storytelling, theatre and art. p>



 Dr. Subhagata Chattopadhyay , Programme Manager, Artificial Intelligence, Indus Trust

Dr. Subhagata Chattopadhyay
Programme Manager, Artificial Intelligence, Indus Trust

Dr. Subhagata Chattopadhyay is qualified with a Ph.D. in Information Technology, majoring in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning applications in healthcare, from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur India. He pursued his postdoctoral research on Health Information Systems and e-Health at the Australian School of Business, the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. He worked in a multi-country-based project, namely “e-Health for Healthcare Delivery for Developing Countries”, sponsored by World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Chattopadhyay received his M.Sc. (Bioinformatics) from Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE); Postgraduate diploma in Gynaecology (DGO) and M.B.B.S from the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital, Calcutta University. He had practiced Gynaecology for more than a decade prior turning his career into teaching and research. Dr. Subhagata Chattopadhyay worked as the Reader in Manipal Institute of Technology in the department of Biomedical Engineering, Full Professor in School of Computing at National Institute of Science and Technology, Orissa and headed two Engineering Institutes in West Bengal. In his last assignment he worked at NationWide Primary Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd as the GM & Head of Pharmacy division and contributed in B2B development and business growth. Dr. Chattopadhyay published over hundred research papers in various international journals, conferences and books of reputes. He also has published a book, namely “Advances in Therapeutic Engineering” (CRC Press, NY USA). Dr. Chattopadhyay owns an Indian copyright for his innovative work on diagnostic software development for the diagnosis of psychiatric diseases. Data Mining, Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems and Soft Computing remain his core research and teaching fields under data analytics and uncertainty modeling. He joined ITARI in May 2016 and as Senior Faculty taught on all Academic Courses offered at ITARI. In Apr 2017, he has been appointed as Programme Manager, Artificial Intelligence for coordinating implementation of new Technology including Artificial Intelligence and Robot supercomputers in the School of the Future project at the Indus Trust.


Dr. Subhagata Chattopadhyay; Senior Faculty

Academic Appointments:

1. Journals

  1. Editorial Board member – World Journal of Anaesthesiology, Baishideng Publishing Group Co., Limited, Hong Kong, China(Number ID:02488629, commencing on 11-02-2013 to 31-12-2015)
  2. Editorial Board member – Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics, American Scientific Publishers USA (2013 – Continuing)
  3. Editorial Board member – Advances in Biomedical Engineering Research, Science and Engineering Publishing Company (2012 – Continuing)
  4. Editorial Board member – Biomedical Engineering Research, World Academic Publishing,(2011 – Continuing)
  5. Editorial Board member – American Journal of Biomedical Engineering, Scientific and Academic Publishing, USA (2011 – Continuing)
  6. Editorial Board member – International Journal of Computer Science & Systems, Serial Publications India (2012 – Continuing)
  7. Editorial Board member – International Journal on Soft Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Applications (IJSCAI)AIRCC India (2012 – Continuing)
  8. Associate Editor – International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics (IJMLC), Springer Netherlands (2011 – Continuing)
  9. International Board Member - Journal of e-Working (2009 – Continuing)
  10. Editorial board member - SMST Window (2009 – Continuing)
  11. Reviewer – British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research (2012 – Continuing)
  12. Reviewer – IEEE Transactions of Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans (2012 – Continuing)
  13. Reviewer – The journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research (2012 – Continuing)
  14. Reviewer – Schizophrenia Research (2011 – Continuing)
  15. Reviewer – International Journal of medical Informatics (2010 – Continuing)
  16. Reviewer –Depressionand Anxiety (journal 2011)
  17. Reviewer – IEEE Communications Magazine (2011)
  18. Reviewer – Scientific Research and Essays (2011)
  19. Reviewers panel member - Indian Journal of Medical Informatics (2009-2010)
  20. Reviewer member – Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2010 – Continuing)
  21. Reviewer – Journal of Clinical Psychology (2010 – Continuing)
  22. Reviewer – Journal of Medical Systems (2010 – Continuing)
  23. Scholarly reviewer – WebmedCentral UK (2011- Continuing)

2. International Conference Bodies

  1. Program committee member – related conferences of AIRCC worldwide (2012 – contd.)
  2. International Program Committee member – CSI-EAIT 2011 & 2012, Kolkata India
  3. International Technical Program Committee member - IEEE HEALTHCOM 2007, 2008, 2009 at Taipei Taiwan; Singapore and Sydney Australia
  4. International Program Committee member – IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore 25-28 Spet’07
  5. International Technical Committee member - IASTED Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Spain (2007-2010)
  6. Program committee member – SCAI 2013 New Delhi, India

3. Membership Of Professional Bodies

  1. Member, International Education and Research Centre (2013 – Cont.)
  2. Senior member Computer Society of India
  3. Member IEEE West Bengal, Calcutta chapter, India (2009)
  4. Member IEEE New South Wales chapter, Australia (2008)
  5. Member HL7 Australia (2008).

Research

A. Research Grants:

1. Title :

“Intelligent Suicide Alert System: e-health for suicide prevention”

Year:

2007 and 2008

Role:

Chief investigator

Sponsor:

National Taiwan University & UNSW, Sydney

Amount:

SG$50,000.

2. Title:

“Technical Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) Phase II”

Year:

2012 to 2014 (continuing)

Role:

Head, TEQIP-II

Sponsor:

World Bank (through MHRD, Govt. Of India)

Amount:

INR 10 Crores.

B. Selected Publications

  • Papers related to my PhD work: ¥
  • Papers related to my M.Sc. work: Ÿ
  • Papers related to my Postdoctoral work: #
  • Papers with my students: Ж
  • ISI IF: ISI impact factor
  • SJI-SCOPUS: SCImago Journal & Country Rank (JCR) developed from SCOPUS (Elsevier B.V., USA).

C. Publication Summary

  • Journals: 98
  • Journals with IF: 42
  • Journals with SJI SCOPUS IF: 06
  • Conference papers: 20
  • Book chapters: 12
  • Copyright (Indian): 01
  • Book edited: 01 (published in Dec’12 with CRC Press, USA)

2015

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. K.H. Ng, Faust A., Sudarshan V., Chattopadhyay S. –“Data Overloading in Medical Imaging: Emerging Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities of Efficient Data Management”.Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2015), 5(4): 755-764, American Scientific Publishers USA. [ISI IF: 0.642]

2014

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Ж Mukherjee S., Kumar A., Hui N., Chattopadhyay S. –“Modelling Depression Data: Feed forward Neural Network vs. Radial Basis Function Neural Network”.American Journal of Biomedical Science (2014), 6(3): 166-174, NYPII, USA
  2. Chattopadhyay, S. – “A neuro-fuzzy approach for the diagnosis of depression”. Applied Computing and Informatics (2014),http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aci.2014.01.001(In press) ELSEVIER, USA
  3. Chattopadhyay S., –“Neurofuzzy Models to Automate the Grading of Old-age Depression”. Expert Systems: the Journal of Knowledge Engineering(2014), 31(1): 48-55. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing [ISI IF: 0.75].
  4. Acharya U.R.,Sree V.S., Ng. E.Y.K., Chua C.K., Chattopadhyay S. – “Higher order Spectra Analysis of Breast Thermograms for the Identification of Breast Cancer”. Expert Systems: the Journal of Knowledge Engineering (2014); 31(1): 37-47. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing [ISI IF: 0.75].

2013

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. –“Offline Verification of Hand Written Signature Using Adaptive Resonance Theory Net (Type-1)”.International Journal of Signal Processing Systems (2013), 1(1): 17-22, Engineering and Technology Publishing, USA
  2. Chattopadhyay S. – “A Study on Linkage-based Clustering of Adult Depression Data”, Journalof Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2013), 3: 227-236. American Scientific Publishers, USA [ISI IF: 0.642]
  3. Kumar B., Kumar N., Palai C., Jena P.K., Chattopadhyay S. - "Optical Character Recognition using Ant Miner Algorithm: A Case Study on Oriya Character recognition", International Journal of Computer Applications (2013), 61(3): 17-22, Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  4. Chattopadhyay S., Banerjee S., Rabhi F.A, Acharya R. U. – “A Case-based Reasoning System for Complex Medical Diagnoses”. Expert Systems: the Journal of Knowledge Engineering (2013); 30(1): 12-20. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing [ISI IF: 0.75].
  5. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. Rabhi F. A. –“A Fingerprint Verification Tool using Adaptive Resonance Theory Nets”. American Journalof Biomedical Engineering (2013);3(2): 31-40. Scientific & Academic Publishing, USA
  6. Ж Misra K., Chattopadhyay S., Kanhar D. – “A Hybrid Expert Tool for the Diagnosis of Depression”, Journalof Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2013); 3: 42-47. American Scientific Publishers, USA[ISI IF: 0.642]
  7. Chattopadhyay S. – “Mining the Risk of Heart Attack: A Comprehensive Study”, InternationalJournalof Biomedical Engineering and Technology (2013); 11(4): 394 - 410 Inderscience publishers, UK
  8. Chattopadhyay S. – “Mathematical Modelling of Doctors’ Perceptions in the Diagnosis of Depression: A Novel Approach”, International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, (2013) 11(1): 1 –17. Inderscience publishers, UK
  9. Chattopadhyay S., Daneshgar F. – “An Awareness Net Collaborative Model for Schizophrenia Management”, International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms (2013); 5(3): 217-232. Inderscience Publishers, UK
  10. Acharya U. R., Faust O., Ghista D. N., Sree V. S., Alvin A.P.C., Chattopadhyay S., Lim T-C., Ng E. Y. K., Yu W.Y – “A Systems Approach to Cardiac Health Diagnosis", International Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2013); 3: 1-7. American Scientific Publishers, CA, USA. [ISI IF: 0.642]

Book chapters

  1. Biswas P., Joshi R., Chattopadhyay S., Acharya U.R., Lim T-C.– “Interaction Techniques for Users with Severe Motor-Impairment”. In A Multimodal End-2-End Approach to Accessible Computing (Editors: P. Biswas et al.) Chapter 6, pp. 119-134 Springer-Verlag, UK. (2013). ISBN: 978-1-4471-5081-7 (Print) 978-1-4471-5082-4 (Online)

2012

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. – “A Mathematical Model of Suicide-Intent-Estimation in Adults”, American Journalof Biomedical Engineering (2012); 2(6): 251-262. Scientific & Academic Publishing, USA
  2. Faust O., Prasad V.R., Swapna G., Chattopadhyay S., Lim T-C. – “Comprehensive Analysis of Normal and Diabetic Heart rate Signals: A Review”. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2012); DOI: 10.1142/S0219519412400337 World Scientific [ISI IF: 0.758].
  3. Acharya U. R., Yu W., Chattopadhyay S., Zhu K., Swapna G. – “Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Body Response to Functional Stimulation on Hemiplegic Subjects”. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology(2012); 12(3): 1-15 World Scientific [ISI IF: 0.758].
  4. Chattopadhyay S., – “A Prototype Depression Screening Tool for Rural Healthcare: A Step towards e-Health Informatics”, Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2012); 2(3): 244-249 American Scientific Publishers USA. [ISI IF: 0.642]
  5. Ж Chattopadhyay S., SahuS.K.,– “A Predictive Stressor-integrated Model of Suicide Right from One’s Birth: a Bayesian Approach”, Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2012);2(2):125-131 American Scientific Publishers USA. [ISI IF: 0.642]
  6. Ж Satapathy S.,Chattopadhyay S. – “Observation-Prevention of Cardiac Risk Factors: an Indian Study”, Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2012); 2(2):102-113 American Scientific Publishers USA. [ISI IF: 0.642]
  7. Acharya U.R., Sree V.S., Chattopadhyay S., Suri J.S. – “Automated Diagnosis of Normal and Alcoholic EEG Signals”, International Journal of Neural Systems World Scientific, USA [ISI IF: 5.054] (accepted on 27.4.2012; in press) DOI: 10.1142/s0129065712500116
  8. Acharya U. R., Ghista D. N., Nergui M., Chattopadhyay S., Ng E. Y. K., Sree V. S., Tong J. W. K., Hong T. J., Meng L., Suri J. S. – “Diabetes Mellitus: Enquiry into its Medical aspects and Bioengineering of its Monitoring and Regulation”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology(2012); 12(1): 1-40. World Scientific USA [ISI IF: 0.758]
  9. Lim T-C., Chattopadhyay S., Acharya U. R. – “A Survey and Comparative Study on the Instruments for Glaucoma Detection”, Medical Engineering & Physics(2012); 34:129-139, Elsevier [ISI IF: 1.779]
  10. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Davis R.M., Menezes D.D., Singh G., Acharya U.R, Tamura T. – “Application of Bayesian Classifier for the Diagnosis of Dental Pain”, Journal of Medical Systems(2012); 36:1425-1439 DOI: 10.1007/s10916-010-9604-y. Springer [ISI IF: 1.783]
  11. Acharya U. R., Molinary F., Sree V.S., Chattopadhyay S., Ng K-H. Suri J.S. – “Automated Diagnosis of Epileptic EEG using Entropies”. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (2012); 7: 401-407 Elsevier [ISI IF:1.074]
  12. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Rabhi F., Acharya U.R, Joshi R., Gajendran R. – “An Approach to Model Right Iliac Fossa Pain using Pain-only-parameters for Screening of Acute Appendicitis”, Journal of Medical Systems (2012); 36(3):1491-1502DOI: 10.1007/s10916-010-9610-0 Springer [ISI IF: 1.783]
  13. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. –“Offline Handwritten Signature Verification using Associative Memory Net”. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology(2012): 1(4): 370-374.
  14. Chattopadhyay S.,Acharya U. R. "A Novel Mathematical Approach to Diagnose Premenstrual Syndrome", Journal of Medical Systems(2012); 36(4): 2177-2186 Springer [ISI IF: 1.783]
  15. Acharya U. R, Tong J., Sree V. S., Chua C.K., Ha T. P., Ghista D. N., Chattopadhyay S., N-g KH, Suri J. S. – “Computer-based Identification of Type 2 Diabetes Subjects with and without Neuropathy using Dynamic Planter Pressure and Principal Component Analysis”, Journal of Medical Systems; (2012); 36(4): 2483-2491 Springer [ISI IF: 1.783]
  16. Ng E.P., Lim T.C., Chattopadhyay S., Bairy M. – “Automatic Identification of Epileptic and Alcoholic EEG Signals using Recurrence Quantification Analysis”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology; (2012), accepted on 19.6.2012. DOI: 10.1142/S0219519412400283 World Scientific [ISI IF: 0.758]
  17. Ж Behera S. S., BhanjaChoudhuri S., Chattopadhyay S. – “A Comparative Study on Neural Net Classifier Optimizations”.International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology, (2012) 4(2): 179-187.
  18. Ж Y. Manas., Nayak M.R., Chattopadhyay S. – “Design of Fuzzy Logic Controller to Enhance the Operation of Cricket Bowling Machine”, International Journal of Computer Technology and Applications, (2012)3(5): 1662-1666.
  19. Ж Dash T., Chattopadhyay S. Nayak T.,–“Handwritten Signature Verification using Adaptive Resonance Theory Type-2 (ART-2) Net”. Journal of Global Research in Computer Science(2012) 3(8): 21-25.
  20. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Kaur P., Rabhi F., Acharya U. R. – “Neural Network Approaches to Grade Adult Depression”, Journal of Medical Systems (2012), 36(5):2803-2815 Springer [ISI IF: 1.783]
  21. Dasari A., Hui N.B., Chattopadhyay S. – “A Neuro-fuzzy System for Modeling the Depression Data”, International Journal of Computer Applications (2012)53(6): 1-6. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  22. Ж Sahu S.K, Sahani S., Jena P.K,, Chattopadhyay S. – “Fingerprint Identification System using Tree based Matching”, International Journal of Computer Applications (2012), 53(10): 11-16. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  23. Ж Y.Manas., Nayak M.R., Chattopadhyay S. – “Recognition and Classification of Broken Characters using Feed Forward Neural Network to Enhance an OCR Solution”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology, (2012), 1(8): 11-15.
  24. Chattopadhyay S., Rabhi F.A., BhanjaChaudhuri S., Jena S.K. – “Mining Important Symptoms of Adult Depression’, International Journal of Computer Applications(2012), 57(5):5-9. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  25. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. – “Handwritten Signature Verification (Offline) using Neural Network Approaches: A Comparative Study”, International Journal of Computer Applications (2012), 57(7): 33-41. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  26. Ж Jena P.K., Chattopadhyay S. – “Comparative Study of Fuzzy k-Nearest Neighbor and Fuzzy C-means Algorithms”International Journal of Computer Applications (2012), 57(7): 22-32. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  27. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Rajput S. S., Prajesh A. R. – “Testing Bayesian Classifiers on Adult Depression Data: A Study to Handle Uncertainty Related to its Grading",Journalof Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2012); accepted on 20/11/12, in press. American Scientific Publishers, USA [ISI IF: 0.642]
  28. Ж Nayak M.R., Nayak S., Manas Y., Bhanja Chaudhuri S., Chattopadhyay S. – “Automatic Recognition of Handwritten Bangla Broken Characters (BBC): Simulating Human Pattern Matching”, International Journal of Computer Applications (2012) 59(9):27-32. Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA [IF: 0.814]
  29. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. – “Offline Verification of Hand Written Signature Using Adaptive Resonance Theory Net (Type-1)”.Accepted in Journal of Graphics and Imaging, Engineering and Technology Publishing, USA

Articles in Refereed International Conference Proceedings

  1. Ж Behera S. S., Chattopadhyay S. – “A Comparative Study of Back Propagation and Simulated Annealing Algorithms for Neural Net Classifier Optimization”, International Conference on Modelling Optimization and Computing (ICMOC-2012) Nagercoli, Tamilnadu India (10-11 April 2012) Vol. 38, pp. 448-455 Elsevier [ISI& SCOPUS-indexed]
  2. Ж Dash T., Nayak T., Chattopadhyay S. – “Offline Verification of Hand Written Signature Using Adaptive Resonance Theory Net (Type-1)”. In the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Electronic Computer Technology (ICECT-2012 Vol-2) Kanyakumari, India (6-8 April’12). Editor: Yuan Li, pp. 205-210. ISBN: 978-1-4673-1849-5; DOI: 978-1-4673-1/12; IEEE catalog number: CFP1295F-PRT, IEEE Xplore [ISI-indexed]
  3. Ж Panda S., Sahoo S., Jena P. K., Chattopadhyay S. – “Comparing Fuzzy-C means and K-means Clustering Techniques: a Comprehensive Study”. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Computer Science, Engineering & Applications, by D.C. Wyld, J. Zizka, D. Nagamalai (Eds.), Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing (AISC) Vol. 166, pp. 451-460. DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-30157-5_45, 25-27 May, New Delhi India Springer [ISI-indexed]

Book Chapters

  1. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Joshi R., Gajendran R., Acharya UR., Tamura T., Eddie Y-K Ng. – “Prevention Rehabilitation of Suicide Prone Patients”. In Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare - Vol.3 (Editors: E.Y.K. Ng, U.R. Acharya, T. Tamura) Chapter 15, pp. 241-252 American Scientific Publishers, USA. (2012).ISBN: 1-58883-237-6, Library of Congress Control Number: 2009937545, 2012
  2. Acharya UR., Yu W., Faust O, Chattopadhyay S., Lim T.C., Eddie Y-K Ng., Tamura T., Mei S S. “Non-linear analysis of simulated hemiplegic walking”. InDistributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare - Vol.3 (Editors: E.Y.K. Ng, U.R. Acharya, T. Tamura) Chapter 16, pp. 253-274 American Scientific Publishers, USA. (2012). ISBN: 1-58883-237-6, Library of Congress Control Number: 2009937545, 2012
  3. Chattopadhyay S., Mallya R., Acharya U.R, Lim T.C. – “Clinical Decision Support Systems in Mental Health: Rehabilitation other way Round”, In Advances in Therapeutic Engineering, (Editors: Yu W., Chattopadhyay S., Lim T.C., Acharya U.R) CRC Press, USA (Forthcoming, 2012).
  4. Agarwal S., Abidin A.Z., Chattopadhyay S., Acharya U.R, - “Engineering Inventions to Improve Impaired Gait: A Review”, In Advances in Therapeutic Engineering, (Editors: Yu W., Chattopadhyay S., Lim T.C., Acharya U.R) CRC Press, USA (Forthcoming, 2012).
  5. Lim T.C., Chattopadhyay S., Acharya U.R – “A Survey of Eye Instruments for Eye Diagnostics with Special Emphasis on Glaucoma Detection”. In Human Eye Imaging and Modeling (1st Edition, Editors: Ng, E. Y.K., Tan J.H., Acharya U.R., and Suri J.S.) Chapter-5, pp. 83-97, CRC Press, USA (2012). ISBN: 978-1-43-986993-2

Books

  1. Yu W., Chattopadhyay S., Cheng A. T. L, Acharya U.R. (Editors). “Advances in Therapeutic Engineering”, CRC press, USA (November 2012).

2011

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Acharya U. R., Yu W., Chattopadhyay S., Zhu K., Ng EYK, Swapna G. – “Analysis of Body Response to Hemiplegic Subjects using Higher Order Spectra”. Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (2011); 1:341-349. American Scientific Publishers, USA [ISI IF: 0.642]
  2. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K., De Sarkar S. C. –"A comparative study of fuzzy C-means algorithm and entropy-based fuzzy clustering algorithm”. Computing and Informatics (2011); 30(4):701-720 Slovak Academic Press [ISI IF: 0.239] source: http://www.bioxbio.com/if/html/COMPUT-INFORM.html
  3. Faust O., Acharya U.R, Nergui M., Ghista D.N., Chattopadhyay S., Joseph P., Ahamed T., Tay D. – “Effects of Mobile Phone Radiation on Cardiac Health”, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology (2011); 11(5):1241-1253doi:10.1142/S0219519411004186 World Scientific [ISI IF: 0.758]
  4. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Saurabh R., Land L., Acharya U. R. – “Studying Infant Mortality Rate: A Data Mining Approach”, Health and Technology (2011); 1(1): 25-34 Springer
  5. Faust O., Acharya U. R., Molinari F., ChattopadhyayS., Tamura T. – “Linear and Non-Linear Analysis of Cardiac Health in Diabetic Subjects”, Biomedical Signal Processing and Control (2011), Published online on 19/07/2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.bspc.2011.06.002 Elsevier [ISI IF:1.074]
  6. Acharya U. R., Sree V. S., ChattopadhyayS., Yu, W., Alvin A.P.C. – “Application of Recurrence Quantification Analysis for the Automatic Identification of Epileptic EEG Signal”, International Journal of Neural Systems; 2011; 21(3): pp. 199-211. DOI: 10.1142/S0129065711002808 World Scientific [ISI IF: 5.054]
  7. # Chattopadhyay S., Daneshgar F. –“A Study on Suicidal Risks in Psychiatric Adults”. International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology (2011); 5(4): pp. 390-408, Inderscience
  8. # Daneshgar F., Chattopadhyay S. –“A Framework for Crisis Management in Developing Countries”. Intelligent Decision Technologies: an international journal(2011);5(2): pp. 189-199. DOI:10.3233/IDT-2011-0106. IOS press

Articles In Refereed International Conference Proceedings

  1. Ж Krishna K., Goyal A., Chattopadhyay S. – “Non-correlated Character Recognition using Hopfield Network: A Study”. In the proceedings of International Conference on Computer and Computational Intelligence (ICCCI-2011)(Ed. Yi Xie)pp.385-389Bangkok, Thailand (2-4th December) 2011, ISBN: 978-0-7918-5992-6. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/1.859926.paper62 ASME digital library NY, USA [ISI-indexed]
  2. Ж Satapathy S., Chattopadhyay S. – “Mining Important Predictors of Heart Attack”. Accepted (on 20/06/11) in the proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Advances in Recent Technologies in Communication and Computing (ARTCom 2011)IET Digest, 2011(2):143-147. http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/ic.2011.0067 Bangalore, India (September 14-15, 2011), ISBN: 978-8-19106-918- 1IET digital library, INSPEC
  3. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Kaur P., Rabhi F., Acharya U.R. – “An Automated System to Diagnose the Severity of Adult Depression”. In the proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (CSI EAIT-2011), 19-20th February Kolkata India, (Editors - Jana D., and Pal P.), pp. 121-124. Publishers: IEEE Computer Society and Conference Publishing Services IEEE Xplore, Google Scholar, DOI: 10.1109/EAIT.2011.17; Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/

Book Chapters

  1. Sarkar V., Chattopadhyay S., Rabhi F., Acharya U. R., Lim T-C. – “A Study on Machine Learning in EEG Signal Analysis”. In Machine Learning in Healthcare Informatics, (Editors: Dua S., U.R. Acharya) Springer-Verlag USA. (Accepted 2011; in press).
  2. Ж Abedin A. J., Agarwal S., Chattopadhyay S., Raja K., Ganesh G. M. “A study on Portable Functional Electrical Device for Hand Muscles”, Chapter 24, in Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare (D2H2) vol:2 by Acharya R. U, Molinari F., Tamura T., Naidu S. and Suri J.S. (Eds.). American Scientific Publishers, USA, pp. 397-405 (2011). ISBN: 978-1-5888-3237-5
  3. Ж Chattopadhyay S., Kaur P., Rabhi F.A. – “Automatic Grading of Adult Depression using a Backpropagation Neural Network Classifier”. Chapter 9, In Data Mining in Biomedical Imaging, Signalling, and Systems - (Editor: S. Dua&R.U. Acharya) Auerbach Publications, USA. (2011) pp. 191-226. Print ISBN: 978-1-4398-3938-6, eBook ISBN: 978-1-4398-3939-3, DOI: 10.1201/b10917-10.
  4. Chattopadhyay S. – “Mental Health Informatics: Scopes and Challenges”. Chapter 15, In Data Mining in Biomedical Imaging, Signalling, and Systems - (Editor: S. Dua&R.U. Acharya) Auerbach Publications, USA. (2011) pp. 373-390. Print ISBN: 978-1-4398-3938-6, eBook ISBN: 978-1-4398-3939-3, DOI: 10.1201/b10917-16.
  5. Faust O., Seong C.W., Lim T-C., Chattopadhyay S. – “Systems Engineering in Medical Informatics”. Chapter 16, In Data Mining in Biomedical Imaging, Signalling, and Systems - (Editor: S. Dua&R.U. Acharya) Auerbach Publications, USA. (2011) pp. 391-415. Print ISBN: 978-1-4398-3938-6, eBook ISBN: 978-1-4398-3939-3, DOI: 10.1201/b10917-17.

2010

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K, De Sarkar S. C. –"Statistical Modelling of Psychoses Data”.Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine (2010);100(3): pp. 222-236.doi:10.1016/j.cmpb.2010.03.017 Elsevier [ISI IF: 1.555]
  2. Chattopadhyay S. –"A Framework for Studying Perceptions of Rural Healthcare Staff and Basic ICT Support for e-health Use: An Indian Experience". Telemedicine and e-Health (2010); 16(1): pp. 80-88. Mary Ann Libert Inc. [ISI IF: 1.4]
  3. Ж # Ying W., Wimalasiri J., Ray P., Chattopadhyay S., Wilson C. - "An Ontology Driven Multi-Agent Approach to Integrated eHealth Systems". International Journal of e-Health and Medical Communications(2010); 1(1): pp. 28-40. IGI Global.
  4. Ж # Li J, Land L.P.W, Ray P. Chattopadhyay S. –"E-Health Readiness Framework from Electronic Health Records Perspective". International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management:Special Issue in Healthcare (2010);6(4): pp. 326-348. Inderscience [ISI-indexed]

Articles In Refereed International Conference Proceedings

  1. Ж Abedin A. J., Agarwal S., Chattopadhyay S., Ganesh G. M. ‘A Study on Portable Functional Electrical Device for Small Muscles’. Proceedings of IEEE TechSym(2010) Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India April 3-4 (2010) pp. 1-5(Indexing: IEEE Xplore) TH01062 978-1-4244-5974-2/10

Articles In Refereed Books

  1. # Chattopadhyay S. Pratihar D.K. - “Towards Developing Intelligent Autonomous System in Psychiatry: Its Present State and Future Possibilities” in Intelligent Autonomous Systems: Foundations and Applications. By Pratihar D. K. and Jain L. C. (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin Germany, pp. 143-166 (2010) [Scopus-indexed]

2009

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K, De Sarkar S. C. –"Fuzzy Logic-based Screening and Prediction of Adult Psychoses: A Novel Approach". IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics – Part A: Systems and Humans (2009); 39(2): pp. 381-387. IEEE Xplore [ISI IF: 2.123]
  2. # Ray P.,Chattopadhyay S. – “Fuzzy Awareness Model for Disaster Situations”.Intelligent Decision Technologies: an international journal[Special Issue on Intelligent Decision Making in Dynamic Environments: Methods, Architectures and Applications] (2009); 3 (1): pp. 75-82. IOS press, Netherlands.

2008

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K, De Sarkar S. C. - "Developing Fuzzy Classifiers to Predict the Chance of Occurrence of Adult Psychoses”. Knowledge-based Systems (2008);21(6): pp. 479-497. Elsevier [ISI IF: 4.104]

Articles In Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Ж # Li J., Land L.P.W, Chattopadhyay S., Ray P. ‘E-Health Readiness Framework from Electronic Health Record Perspective’. Proceedings ofSIG GlobDev Annual Workshop on ICT,Paris, France October 14-17 (2008) URL: http://www.globdev.org/dev/files/9-Paper-Li-E-Health-Readiness-Revised.PDF (Indexing: Global digital access)
  2. # Chattopadhyay S., Ray P., Chen H. S., Lee M. B., Chiang H. C. ‘Suicidal Risk Evaluation using a Similarity-based Classifier’. Proceedings of International Conference on Advanced Data Mining and Applications (ADMA) Chengdu, China in book format Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) (2008), Springer, 5139: pp 51-61. [ISI-indexed]
  3. Ж # Chattopadhyay S., Ray P., Land L. ‘Mining Demographic Health Indicators using Association-Correlations: A Technique for Improving the Healthcare Status’. Proceedings of3rd International Conference on Software and Data Technology (ICSOFT 2008), Porto, Portugal July (2008), pp 315-320 (Indexing: ISI Proceedings, Elsevier-SCOPUS) publisher: Springer [ISI IF: 0.467]
  4. Ж # Chattopadhyay S., Ray P., Land L., Li J. 'A Framework for Assessing ICT Preparedness for e-Health Implementation'. Proceedings of10th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2008), pp. 147-152, Singapore(2008). Nominated for “Best paper’ award” (Indexing: Elsevier-SCOPUS, IEEE Xplore)
  5. Ж # Ganguly P, Chattopadhyay S., Ray P, Paramesh N. - 'An Ontology-based Framework for Managing Semantic Interoperability Issues in e-Health’. Proceedings of 10th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2008), pp. 73-78, Singapore(2008) (Indexing: : Elsevier-SCOPUS, IEEE Xplore)
  6. Ж # Li J, Land L, Chattopadhyay S., Ray P. – 'An Approach for E-health System Assessment & Specification'. In proceedings of 10th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2008), pp. 157-162, Singapore(2008) (Indexing: Elsevier-SCOPUS, IEEE Xplore)

2007

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K, De Sarkar S. C. - "Some Studies on Fuzzy clustering of psychosis data". International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining (2007); 2(2): 143-159. (Indexing: *ISI/Thomson Reuters, Elsevier-SCOPUS)Inderscience[ISI-indexed]
  2. ¥ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K, De Sarkar S. C. - "Performance studies of some similarity-based fuzzy clustering algorithms". International Journal of Performability Engineering(2007); 2(2): 191-200. RAMS Consultants.

Articles In Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Ж # Chattopadhyay S., Ray P, Lee M. B, Chen H. S. – ‘Towards the Design of an e-Health System for Suicide Prevention’. In proceedings of 11thIASTED Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing (ASC 2007), ACTA Press, pp. 191-196, Palma de Malorca, Spain (2007) (Indexing: Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; Conference Proceedings Citation Index; EI Compendex; FIZ Karlsruhe; INSPEC)
  2. # Chattopadhyay S. – ‘A Study on Suicidal Risk Analysis’. In proceedings of 9th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2007), pp. 74-79, Taipei, Taiwan(2007) (Indexing: Scopus, IEEE Xplore)

2006

Articles in Refereed Journals

  1. Ÿ Chattopadhyay S. – “Psyconsultant I: A DSM-IV-Based Screening Tool for Adult Psychiatric Disorders in Indian Rural Health Center”. The Internet Journal of Medical Informatics (2006) [Serial Online]3(1). (Indexing: CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals, Library of Congress Catalogue, USA, and Ulrich) Internet Scientific Publications, USA
  2. Ÿ Chattopadhyay S. - “A Computerized Tool for Screening of Adult Psychiatric Illnesses: A Third-world Perspective”. Journal of Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine(2006); 3(4): 1-5. (Indexing: Health Informatics World Wide) Ukrainian Association of Telemedicine

Articles In Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. ψ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K., De Sarkar S. C. – ‘Statistical modeling of psychosis data’. In proceedings of 1st International Conference on Emerging Areas of IT (EAIT-06),pp. 77-80, Kolkata, India,(2006). Awarded “Paper of special mention” (Indexing: Elsevier)
  2. ψ Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K., De Sarkar S. C. – ‘Study on some similarity-based fuzzy clustering algorithms’. In proceedings of 1st International Conference on Emerging Applications of IT (EAIT-06), pp. 279-282, Kolkata, India ,(2006) (Indexing: Elsevier)
  3. Ж Banerjee S. and Chattopadhyay S. – ‘A CBR-based Screening and Grading of Complex Medical Illness’. In proceedings of 41st Annual Convention of Computer Society of India, pp. 211-214, Kolkata, India, (2006) Tata-McGraw-Hill

2005

Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. - “Spiritual and religious themes in psychiatric management: A proposed ‘biopsychosocial’ model”. TheInternet Journal of World Heath and Societal Politics (2005) [Serial Online] 2(1). (Indexing: CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals, Library of Congress Catalogue, USA), Internet Scientific Publication, USA

Article In Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. ψ Hui N. B., Chattopadhyay S., Pratihar D. K., De Sarkar S. C. – ‘Design and developments of Fuzzy logic controllers’. In proceedings of 2nd Indian International Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IICAI-05), pp. 2146-2162, Pune, India, (2005) (Indexing: DBLP)

Copyright

  1. Chattopadhyay S., - "Different Studies on Schizophrenia and A Psychiatric Diagnostic Tool". Indian Copyright No: 23472/2005.

2004

Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. - “Aetiopathology, Diagnosis and Management of Premenstrual Changes (Pmcs): Current Views”. TheInternet Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics (2004) [Serial Online] 3(1). (Indexing: CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals, Library of Congress Catalogue, USA)Internet Scientific Publication, USA
  2. Chattopadhyay S. - “Do Schizophrenics Experience Emotion But Differ In Expression”. TheInternet Journal of Mental Health(2004) [Serial Online] 2(1). (Indexing: PsycINFO, CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Directory of Open Access Journals, Scirus, and Cabell's Directory) Internet Scientific Publication, USA [SJI-SCOPUS: 0.03]
  3. Chattopadhyay S. - “Estrogen and Schizophrenia: Any Link?” The Internet Journal of Mental Health (2004) [Serial Online] 2 (1). (Indexing: PsycINFO, CINAHL, *: Elsevier-SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals, Google Scholar, Scirus, and Cabell's Directory) Internet Scientific Publication, USA [SJI-SCOPUS: 0.03]
  4. Chattopadhyay S. - “Tracking Genetic and Biological Basis of Schizophrenia”. The Internet Journal of Mental Health (2004) [Serial Online] 2 (1). (Indexing: PsycINFO, CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals, Google Scholar, Scirus, and Cabell's Directory) Internet Scientific Publication, USA [SJI-SCOPUS: 0.03]
  5. Chattopadhyay S. - “Integrating the spiritual and religious themes in psychiatric management”. The Internet Journal of Mental Health (2004) [Serial Online], 2(2). (Indexing: PsycINFO, CINAHL, Elsevier-SCOPUS, Directory of Open Access Journals, Google Scholar, Scirus, and Cabell's Directory) Internet Scientific Publication, USA [SJI-SCOPUS: 0.03]
  6. Chattopadhyay S. - “Itraconazole: Better Choice To Treat Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidoses”.Journal of Indian Medical Association, (2004); 102 (9): 523. (Indexing: Index Medicus, Elsevier-SCOPUS) ISSN: 0019-5847 Indian Medical Association [SJI-SCOPUS: 0.04]
  7. Chattopadhyay S. - “Is Oestrogen a ‘Biological Neuroprotective’?” Indian Journal of Pharmacology (2004); 36 (2): 96-100. [ISI IF: 0.727]

Articles In Refereed Book Chapters

  1. Chattopadhyay S., Mandal M.K. - “Schizophrenia and Obstetrical Complications. Are They Related?” in Current Developments in Schizophrenia. Mandal M. K. &Haque-Nizamie S. (Eds.) 1st edition, chapter IV. Allied Publishers, New Delhi India pp. 86-113 (2004).

2003

Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. - “Is Oestrogen a Biological Neuroleptic?”Indian Journal of Psychiatry (2003); 45 (IV): 205-207. (Indexing:Elsevier-SCOPUS, PubMed, Google Scholar) Medknow.

2002

Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. - “Can Information Technology be Another Useful Tool to Diagnose and Understand Schizophrenia?”Current Science (2002); 83 (9): 1057-1058. [ISI IF: 0.905] Indian Academy of Sciences source: http://www.tropmet.res.in/static_page.php?page_id=45

2001

Articles In Refereed Journals

  1. Chattopadhyay S. Mandal M. K. - “Gender Bias as a Function of Age at Onset in Schizophrenia”, NIMHANS Journal(2001); 19 (1 & 2): 51-60. (Indexing: Index Medicus) ISSN: 0254-0886 NIMHANS, Karnataka India.

Visiting Appointments

  • KhonKaen University, Thailand (2007-08)
  • Ministry of Health, Vietnam (2007-08)
  • SGPGIMS, Lucknow, India (2007-08)
  • Taiwan Suicide Prevention Centre (TSPC) and Department of Medical Informatics, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan, Taipei (2007 & 08)

Major Achievements

  • Research networking, especially in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Research design and modelling

Other Academic Activities

Invited Talks, Tutorials, Workshops, Academic Chair, Summer Courses

  1. Session chair – session: ‘Biomedical Applications in IT’ in the 3rd International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology CSI-EAIT2012 at Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) Kolkata on 1st December (2012) India.
  2. Instructor – ‘Business Intelligence using SAP’summer course at Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Science and Technology, Orissa (20.06.2011 – 16.07.2011)
  3. Tutorial talk – ‘Mental health informatics: scopes and challenges’, accepted in 2nd International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology CSI-EAIT at The Birla Institute of Technology Kolkata Extension Center, 18th February (2011) at Kolkata India https://sites.google.com/site/csieait2011/tutorial
  4. Session chair – session: ‘Biomedical Applications in IT’ in the 2nd International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology CSI-EAIT2011 at The Birla Institute of Technology Kolkata Extension Centre on 20th February (2011) at Kolkata India.
  5. Session chair – session: ‘Applications of Biomedical Engineering’ in International Conference on Electronic Design and Signal Processing (ICEDSP’09),Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University Karnataka India December (2009).
  6. Seminar presentation: “Medical Informatics”in Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai India on 11th November (2008).
  7. Workshop presenter – ‘Data mining and evidence-based suicide prevention’atTaiwanese Society of Suicidology (TSOS)Taiwan, Taipei during July (2008).
  8. Workshop presenter – ‘Health Informatics & Psychiatry’atTaiwanese Society of Suicidology (TSOS)Taiwan, Taipei during July (2008).
  9. Session chair -‘Healthcare IT’ in 10th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2008)Singapore July (2008).
  10. Workshop presenter – ‘Comparative evaluations of e-health in developing countries: A Case study’ in 10th IEEEIntl. Conf. on e-Health Networking, Applications and Service (HEALTHCOM 2008),Singapore July (2008).
  11. Invited panel chair -‘Machine learning’ in IASTED Conference of Artificial Intelligence and Soft Computing,Palma de Malorca, Spain October (2007).
  12. Invited panel chair– ‘Levels of or channels of data collection on suicide informatics’, and ‘Early detection system for suicide prevention’,organized by National Taiwan University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan during IEEE Healthcom2007 – 9th International conference on e-health Networking, Applications & Services Taiwan, Taipei July (2007).
  13. Tutorial presenter – ‘Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery through On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP)’,41st National Annual Convention of Computer Society of India (CSI-2006)Science City, Kolkata India November (2006).
  14. Invited speaker – ‘Medical Informatics’,organized by Birla Institute of Technology Kolkata, India July (2006).

Workshop Attended

  1. “Art of Teaching”, organized by National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) Berhampur Odisha India on 16.04.2011. Speaker: Prof. R.P. Reddy, Director Indus Group of Institutions.
  2. “National Workshop of Medical Imaging”organised by Biomedical Engineering Society of India Manipal Chapter, Manipal Institute of Technology on 26th Sept’09, organised by dept. Of Biomedical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University, India
  3. “SPSS Statistical Package”,organised by Biomedical Engineering Society of India Manipal Chapter, Manipal Institute of Technology on 26th Sept’09, organised by Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University, India
  4. “HL-7”, organised by IEEE Healthcom’08, July’08, Biopolis Singapore.

Awards & Honours

  1. Becoming Head of the Institutes (e.g., Principal and Director) in Engineering Institutes (degree colleges) 2012-continuing
  2. Best B.Tech. final year project guidance, 2012 National Institute of Science and Technology, India
  3. Advisory Editorial Board member – WebmedCentral2011& 2012
  4. Advisory Editorial Board member – Journal of Bioscience and Medicine, International Association for Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2011 (invited)
  5. Associate Editor – International Journal of Machine Learning and Cybernetics (IJMLC), Springer 2011
  6. Member Board of Studies, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University Karnataka India (administrative) Dec’09 – Aug’10.
  7. MemberClass committees – UG and PG, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University, Karnataka India (administrative) June’09 – Aug’10.
  8. Postdoctoral fellowship at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia - Jan’07 – May’09
  9. Winner of the competitive Group Seed Fund G07101 of UNSW Asia (Singapore) of total SG$33,100 as one of the chief investigators (CI) of the project, titled “Suicidal risk evaluations using intelligent algorithms” in collaborations with National Taiwan University (NTU) and Taiwan Suicide Prevention Centre (TSPC) - 2007
  10. International consultant of TSPC, Taiwan Taipei – 2007-2008
  11. International project co-consultant - STG Cooperations Pte. LTD. Singapore. Project title: ‘Mekong Basin Disease Surveillance Technology Assessment, Landscaping and Roadmap’. Project No: STG KS 007 / 2007. Sponsor: The Rockefeller Foundation, NY USA 2008
  12. International Technical Committee member - IASTED “Artificial intelligence and machine learning” International conferencebody, Palma de Mallorca, Spain– 2007 to 2010
  13. International Program Committee member – IEEE Healthcom – 2007 to 2009
  14. Chattopadhyay S, Ray P, Land L, Li J. 'A Framework for Assessing ICT Preparedness for e-Health Implementation', Accepted in IEEE 10th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Application & Services", (IEEEHealthcom2008) to be held in Singapore from 7 – 9th July (2008) Nominated for “Best paper’ award.
  15. “Paper of Special Mention Award", Paper title – “Statistical modeling of psychosis data”, Conference - 1st International Conference on Emerging Areas of IT (EAIT-06), organized by Computer Society of India (Kolkata), India - 2006
  16. Distinguished Medical professional in Marquis Who’s Who (Medicine and Health care – Biomedical researcher) -2006-2007 https://cgi.marquiswhoswho.com/OnDemand/Default.aspx?last_name=Chattopadhyay&first_name=Subhagata
  17. National Scholarship – Madhyamik exam. (Xth standard), India - 1984



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Admissions and Administration Officer

Ms. Shraddha Pandey has a graduate degree in Advertising and Marketing from Osmania University. She supports with Admissions and Administration of both full-time and part-time teacher certification courses being conducted at ITARI. Prior to joining ITARI, she worked as Admission Officer for Indus International School, Bangalore. She has keen interest and expertise in marketing, particularly social media promotion of International Baccalaureate Schools and promoting teacher training programmes. She assists in developing marketing strategies, corporate communication, coordinating logistics and finance.




Dr. Mary Hayden, Head of the Department of Education, University of Bath, UK
Dr. Mary Hayden
Head of the Department of Education, University of Bath, UK

Dr. Mary Hayden is the Head of Department and Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath, UK. She is head of the Department's International Education and Globalization research cluster as well as Director of the Department's Centre for the study of Education in an International Context. Her research interests focus particularly on international schools and international education prevalent worldwide. She is faculty for the Universities MA in Education and Doctor of Education programmes and guides Ph.D. and Ed.D research scholars from across the world.

Dr. Hayden is the Chief Editor of the Journal of Research in International Education. She is a member of the International Primary Years Curriculum and International Middle Years Curriculum Advisory Board for the IBO, and a Trustee of the Alliance for International Education. She has published several books and written thought provoking articles on international schooling and undertaken a number of research projects in different parts of the world. She has been engaged in education for over 40 years and sits on a number of advisory bodies and distinguished panels in the United Kingdom.

She is teaching on the MA in International Education at ITARI.




Prof. Jeffrey Thompson,  Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Bath, UK
Prof. Jeffrey Thompson
Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Bath, UK

Prof. Jeffrey Thompson is Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Bath, where he teaches, supervises and researches through the Centre for the study of Education in an International Context, in various areas relating specifically to international schools and international education. Prof. Jeff Thompson is one of the founding members of the International Baccalaureate Organization which was instituted in Geneva in 1968. He has worked closely for many years with IB curriculum, evaluation and assessment systems, both nationally and internationally and has held several high level offices with the IBO. He currently chairs the Advisory Board for the International Primary Years Curriculum and International Middle Years Curriculum.

Prof. Thompson is Chair of the International Advisory Board for the International Teacher Education for Primary (ITEPS) Schools project. He has published widely in the field of international education, and was Founding Editor of the Journal of Research in International Education. He is a Board Member of a number of international schools and was a member of the International Council for the United World Colleges. He has published several research papers, authored several books and is globally acknowledged as a leading authority on International Education. He holds 3 doctorates. His tremendous impact in the field of International Education for almost 60 years, has been acknowledged by her Majesty’s government and he has been conferred the title of ‘Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire’ or CBE for outstanding contribution in Academics and Higher Education.

He is teaching on the MA in International Education at ITARI.




Professor Kevin Mattinson Associate Dean and Head of the School of Education Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK Professor Kevin Mattinson
Associate Dean and Head of the School of Education
Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK

Kevin has worked at Birmingham City University (BCU) since February 2014. He is Associate Dean in the Faculty of health, Education and Life sciences, Head of the School of Education and Professor of Teacher Education. He came to BCU from the University of Keele, where he had been Pro Vice Chancellor (Community and partnerships) and Head of Teacher Education for several years.

Kevin has worked in University-based teacher education for more than 20 years, having also worked at Edge Hill University and Manchester Metropolitan University. During this time he has held a number of senior roles: Head of Secondary Education; Director of Secondary Postgraduate Certificate in Education; Subject Leader for BA Business Education for Secondary Teaching. Kevin’s specialist subject areas are Economics and Business Studies but he has also taught aspects of wider education, pedagogy and professional studies to secondary teachers and students following Education as an academic subject. He has worked as a dissertation tutor on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Kevin is a member of the executive committee of the national Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET). He is an Auditor/Reviewer for the UK Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education and has sat on a number of advisory bodies. In 2011, he was invited to give evidence to the Education Select Committee (UK Parliament).

Kevin sits on a number of Governing Bodies and Trust Boards for Academies and Trust schools and has worked as a Higher Education lead for a number of Teaching school Alliances. He has worked extensively as an External Examiner within the University sector and as a consultant in Great Britain and overseas. He is adjunct faculty with Indus Training and Research Institute.





Professor Simon Spencer Deputy Head: School of Education Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK Professor Simon Spencer
Deputy Head: School of Education
Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, UK

Simon has worked in University-based teacher education for fifteen years. For much of that time he ran the highly successful Postgraduate Certificate in Education, training teachers to work very effectively as professionals in a range of secondary school contexts. He places great emphasis on the development of subject knowledge and subject pedagogy to enhance teaching and the learning experience for students. Simon’s specialist subject is Drama but he also teaches aspects of wider education, pedagogy and professional studies to teachers of all age phases. Before joining Birmingham City University, Simon taught drama and theatre studies in secondary schools and in further education and was Head of Department and Assistant Head of Year at a large comprehensive school in Birmingham.

Simon has responsibilities for the management and quality assurance for the work of the School of Education which provides education and training for teachers from all sectors, Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post Compulsory. Courses range from undergraduate to doctoral level. Simon is a member of the executive committee of the national Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET). He is also involve in the strategic leadership and governance of a Multi-Academies Trust, two Teaching School Alliances and serves as a consultant for another initial teacher education partnership. He has been appointed as External Examiner roles at a number of British Universities. He is adjunct faculty with Indus Training and Research Institute.




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