i. 2013- Associate Professor, Shiv Nadar University, Gautam Buddha Nagar,
ii. 2011-2013, Assistant Professor, NIIT University, Neemrana, Rajasthan,
iii. 2006-2011, Assistant Professor, Georgia Southern University,
Statesboro, GA, USA
iv. 2005-2006, Software Engineer, Garmin International Inc., Olathe, Kansas,
v. 2003-2005, Research Assistant, University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA
Location Aware Computing, Mobile Healthcare
Informatics, ICT in Environmental Monitoring, Wireless Sensor Networks,
Geosocial Networking, Mobile Data Management.
Discovering and using Web Services in M-Commerce, Book Title: Technologies for
E-Services, Springer 2005, page 136-151, ISBN 978-3-540-25049-4 (with Nitin
Prabhu and Vijay Kumar).
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar; Mobile Broadband based Healthcare Management:
Advantages, Issues and Challenges, International Journal for Computers in
Healthcare, Volume 1, Number 3, 2012.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar; Security of MBAN based Health Records in Mobile
Broadband Environment, Procedia in Computer Science (Elsevier), Volume 5, 2011.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar, Nicholas Garvin and Gary M. Gaddis; SAVE: A
Wireless Java Enabled Automobile Accident Reporting System, International
Journal of Intelligent Defence Support Systems, Volume 1, Number 3, 2008.
Vijay Kumar and Debopam Acharya; Web Bazaar. A Location-Dependent Secured Mobile
Web Service System, Ingénierie des Systèmes d'Information, Networking and
Information Systems, Volume 10, Number 5, 2005.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar; Indexing Location Dependent Data in Broadcast
Environment, Journal for Digital Information Management, Volume 3, Issue 2,
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar and Hyo-Joo Han; Performance Evaluation of Data
Intensive Mobile Healthcare Test-Bed in a 4G Environment, 2nd ACM Mobihoc
Workshop on pervasive wireless healthcare (Mobilehealth2012), in conjunction
with ACM Mobihoc, June 11 2012, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA.
Debopam Acharya, Joseph Lovins and Hyo Joo Han; Peer to Peer Compatibility in
Mobile Social Networking based on Tree Matching Algorithms, Information and
Communication Network Symposium, US-Korea Conference (UKC 2010), 11- 15 August,
2010, Seattle, WA, USA.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar, Nicholas Garvin, Ardian Greca and Gary M. Gaddis;
A Sun SPOT based Automatic Vehicular Accident Notification System, 5th IEEE
International Conference on Information Technology and Applications in
Biomedicine (ITAB 2008), 30- 31 May, 2008, Shenzhen, China.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar and Debargh Acharya; DVD: A Secure Unicast based
Pairwise Key Generation Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks, 2nd IEEE
International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, SENSORCOMM 08,
August 25-31, 2008, Cap Esterel, France.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar & GiChul Yang; DAYS Mobile: A Location based Data
Broadcast Service for Mobile Users, 22nd ACM Symposium for Applied Computing,
SAC 07, March 11-15, 2007, Seoul, Korea.
Debopam Acharya, Vijay Kumar, Gary M. Gaddis; A Mobile System for Detecting and
Notifying Vehicle Rollover Events, 15th IEEE International Conference on
Advanced Computing & Communication, ADCOM 2007, 18 - 21 December, 2007,
Debopam Acharya & Vijay Kumar; Location based Indexing Scheme for DAYS,
Proceedings of the 4th ACM International Workshop on Data engineering for
Wireless and Mobile access (MobiDe 2005), in conjunction with ACM SIGMOD, June
12 - 13, 2005, Baltimore, USA.
Teaching and Research in mobile platform programming
cited in BlackBerry Academic Spotlight Stories.
Research and development of SAVE Technology cited in Science Daily, Wall
Street Journal’s Market Watch, UPI International and other leading
Dr. Debopam Acharya is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and
Engineering at Shiv Nadar University. His research interests are in various
domains of Mobile Computing. Prior to joining SNU, he has worked in the Location
Based Services group at Garmin Inc., Olathe, Kansas and Georgia Southern
University, Statesboro, GA. His work on SAVE (Sun-java based automatic vehicular
accident reporting system), a sensor based technology to prevent and report an
automobile accident has featured in leading international publications. His
research and teaching in mobile platform is funded by Research in Motion, which
now operates worldwide under the iconic name, BlackBerry.
Dr. Acharya earned his Interdisciplinary PhD in 2006 with major in Computer
Sciences (Computer Networking) and minor in Telecommunications from University
of Missouri-Kansas City.