Assistant Professor of Computer Science; Director of Analytics Programs
PhD, MA, Brandeis University
MS, Indian Institute of Technology
BS, National Institute of Technology (India)
Dr. Kalathur’s interests include autonomous agent systems, enterprise Java applications, object-oriented design and analysis, and operating systems security. He served as a lecturer and adjunct faculty at Tufts University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and he developed software and systems for several organizations and agencies. Kalathur teaches courses in data analytics, programming languages, and web technologies.
- MET CS 544 – Foundations of Analytics
- MET CS 602 – Server-Side Web Development
- MET CS 701 – Rich Internet Application Development
Kalathur, S. “Mining a Web Security Portal—A Case Study.” Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering (Las Vegas, Nev., 2011).
Burstein, L., Chitkushev, L., Haines, E. M., Kalathur, S., Saito, M., Schudy, R., Willett, S., and Zlateva, T. “Dimensions of Course Design and Delivery and Their Effect on Student Satisfaction/Perception in Online Learning.” Proceedings of the 7th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education (Sofia, Bulgaria, 2011).
Brusic, V., Chitkushev, L., Kalathur, S., Zhang, G. L., and Zlateva, T. “Visualization Tools for Presenting and Analysis of Global Landscapes of Vaccine Targets.” Proceedings of the Bioinformatics and Biomedicine Workshops on Informatics Applications in Therapeutics (Atlanta, Ga., 2011): 683–88.
“Assessment Methodologies in Information Structures Online Course.” 6th International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering (Las Vegas, NV, July 2010).
Zlateva, T., Saito, M., Kalathur, S., Schudy, R., Temkin, A., and Chitkushev, L. “A Unified Approach for Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Online Curricula.” Proc. 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science (Fulda, Germany, June 2010).
“Enriching student experience with student driven content while teaching an online data mining class.” In Proceedings of the 9th ACM SIGITE conference on Information technology education, 125-130. Cincinnati, OH. October 16-18, 2008.
“Trends in Computer Science.” Geethanjali Institute of Science and Technology, Nellore, India, August 2010.
“Assessment Methodologies in Information Structures Online Course.” 6th International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering, Las Vegas, Nev., July 2010.
“A Unified Approach for Designing, Developing, and Evaluating Online Curricula.” 6th Annual International Conference on Computer Science and Education in Computer Science, Fulda, Germany, June 2010. Co-presented with Chitkushev, L., Saito, M., Schudy, R., Temkin, A., and Zlateva, T.
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