ISDS Doctoral Program

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onkar malgonde

Malgonde, Onkar
omalgonde@usf.edu
Room: CIS 2055
Phone: 974-6767
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Onkar's primary research interests are developing design artifacts to address issues on Digital Multi-sided Platforms. His dissertation proposes an effectual approach to address the unique application development challenges (application-platform match, application-market match, exceeding platform¹s core value proposition, and novelty) offered by platform ecosystems. In another working paper, he proposes a two-sided recommendation framework to address the transaction inefficiencies that arise due to complexity dynamics in platform ecosystems. His research uses different techniques including agent-based simulation, qualitative data analysis, machine learning algorithms, and optimization models.

Advisors: Alan Hevner (Chair), Balaji Padmanabhan, Kaushal Chari, He Zhang, Moez Limayem

utkarsh shrivastava

Shrivastava, Utkarsh
utkarsh1@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2055
Phone: 974-6767

Utkarsh's primary research interest includes investigating business problems through data-driven insights and analytics from statistical data mining and econometric modeling techniques. His dissertation proposes empirical approaches to prescribing actionable insights to marketers from consumer data in retail and healthcare. The research focuses on modelling heterogeneity in consumer response to various types of direct promotions and the impact of IT on prescribing patterns of physicians and its implication for marketing actions. He is also working in developing process aware classifiers for patient triaging in hospitals and understanding how IT related laws impact national corruption. His research uses different techniques including functional data analysis, machine learning, agent-based simulations and quasi-experimental research design.

Advisors: Wolfgang Jank (Chair), Daniel Zantedeschi, Balaji Padmanabhan, Dipayan Biswas

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vivek singh

Singh, Vivek Kumar
vivek4@usf.edu
Room: CIS 2054B
Phone: (813) 580-9131

Vivek is a second year PhD student in Information Systems Decision Sciences. In his research work, he focuses on solving complex business problems faced by organizations migrating to Cloud computing platforms including pricing, security, utilization, and compliance. His research includes data mining techniques and econometric analysis. He has published in various IEEE and Information Systems conferences.

Advisors: Kaushik Dutta, Shivendu Shivendu

agnieszka onuchowska

Onuchowska, Agnieszka
aonuchowska@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046
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Alawi, Naif

Alawi, Naif
naifalawi@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046



Chakraborty, Saurav

Chakraborty, Saurav
sauravc@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046
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Jetley, Gaurav

Jetley, Gaurav
gauravjetley@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046
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Gaurav's principal research interests are in Healthcare, Electronic Commerce and Emerging Technologies in Education & Entertainment. In the healthcare domain, he is researching and developing different applications of data analytics and machine learning on electronic health records which can benefit clinical research, medical institutions, EHR providers, physicians and the community. In one of his industry collaborative working papers, he is employing data analytics for detecting medication side effects using anomaly patterns in electronic medical records data. He utilizes a variety of machine learning, applied analytics and econometric techniques in his research which deal with structured, unstructured and complex data types.

Advisors: Shivendu Shivendu, He Zhang

avijit sengupta

Sengupta, Avijit
avijits@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046



Singh, Deepti

Singh, Deepti
deeptisingh@mail.usf.edu
Room: CIS 2046

Deepti's current research is focused on Health Information Exchanges, their role in attenuating cost burden and quality challenges, and understanding mechanisms through which they can be successfully incorporated into healthcare routines for community welfare. Her research also encompasses privacy issues, IT-adoption impediments and cyber-vulnerabilities in the evolving landscape of Health Informatics. Other current research projects include Bundled Payments, Health 2.0, and Tele-Medicine. Her research continues to focus on technological innovation, adoption, diffusion, use and outcomes in Healthcare.

Advisors: Manish Agrawal, Shivendu Shivendu