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Stevens Institute of Technology

Ph.D. in Systems Engineering 

School of Systems and Enterprises

Dissertation title: A Mixed-Method Study of Artificial Intelligence-Based Blood Utilization Calculator: A Human Factors Approach in a Clinical Setting.


Texas Tech University

MSc. in Industrial Engineering

Whitacre College of Engineering 

Award: Graduate Student Scholarship Department Prize for Outstanding Performance.


West Bengal University of Technology 

B-Tech in Automobile Engineer

Work experience


Assistant Professor | West Virginia University

  • Director of HFN Lab.

  • Design and conduct research to improve usability and design of artificial intelligence in healthcare.

2018 (Intern)

Process Improvement Intern | UnityPoint Health

  • Worked collaboratively with 4 team members, leveraging industrial and system engineering techniques to collect information, analyze results, as well as present findings to steering Committee members.

  • Developed a machine learning model with an accuracy of 84% that reduced delay caused due to Prior-Authorization by 22%. [Published]

  • Developed a forecasting model that enabled the organization to estimate hourly patient arrival, resulting in reduced emergency department overcrowding. [Published]

  • Devised prediction model to detect patients with Mesothelioma with an accuracy of 78%; the model also helped decrease unnecessary tests and minimize diagnostic cost by up to $7200. [Published]


West Bengal University of Technology 

Teaching Assistant at SUNY Binghamto 

n  Designed graduate and undergraduate coursework for quality engineering and enterprise systems.

n  Lectured undergraduate class for quality engineering and enterprise systems.

n  Assisted Dr. Huiyang Li in programming a humanoid robot (PEPPER) to teach diabetes management to children between the ages of 8 and 12.





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