Office Location: Alden Hall, Room 106
Office Hours – Fall 2020
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 11:15 am – 12:15 pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Also by appointment
His Ph.D. dissertation studied the challenges of big data, by using workflow-driven techniques that leverage the cloud computing environment. His research focuses on big data management and cloud computing. His broader areas of interest are services computing, online education services, and information retrieval. His research passion is driven by developing the most usable and scalable data-centric tools and techniques that collect some meaningful information from big data in a time and cost-efficient manner, and thereby create an impact to the common man in the society. He has published several research articles in peer-reviewed international conferences and journals, including the International Journal of Big Data (IJBD), IEEE conference on services computing, big data congress, big data, big data computing services and applications, and the ACM SIGIR conference. He is a member of IEEE and ACM. Dr. Mohan is passionate about combining theory and practice while teaching computer science courses. From past industry experiences as a software engineer in the banking and health care domain, he continues to share his knowledge on real-world projects to the students that he teaches and mentors.