Karthikeyan Umapathy is currently working as Associate Professor at the School of Computing, University of North Florida. He received his PhD in Information Sciences and Technology from the Pennsylvania State University. His research interests center on designing and developing complex information systems, analyzing web service standards, and empirically investigating IT standardization processes. He uses service learning to provide real-world software development experience for students by identifying projects from Non-Profit and Small-business organizations. He works closely with local software development companies to engage them within his courses. He creates wide variety of opportunities within and outside of the curriculum to help students gain technical expertise and experience on providing professional service.
He provides technology consultancy services for small businesses, startup companies, and non-profit organizations. He has expertise on mobile and web application development. He provides consulting on technology planning, business plan, lean startup methodology, product development, and market testing.
Registration (free) for Spring 2016 Computing Symposium is now open.
The Emergent Research Forum (ERF) provides researchers a platform to showcase their cutting-edge research in multiple formats. Both completed research and research-in-progress papers are considered for inclusion. ERF submissions are due by March 2, 2016.
December 12, 2015
Presented a paper titled "Investigating IT Standardization Process through the lens of Theory of Communicative Action" and was participated in the panel discussions on "Leveraging Service Computing and Big Data Analytics for E-Commerce” at the 2015 Workshop on e-Business (WeB), Fort Worth, TX, USA.
August 15, 2015
Presented a paper titled "A Preliminary Study of Information Technologies Usage in Nonprofit Organizations" at the 2015 Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) Conference, Puerto Rico, USA.
August 4, 2015
Software engineers from Life and Specialty Ventures (LSV) mentor UNF Computing senior project students on web application systems development projects. This news article provides a window into their work.