Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems
BS Pune Institute of Computer Technology Computer Engineering 1998 MS Stevens Institute of Technology Computer Engineering 2001 PhD Georgia State University Computer Information Systems 2006
Areas of Expertise:
- IT outsourcing
- Business process management
- Agile software development
- Mobile computing
Kannan Mohan and Radhika Jain, “Using Traceability to Mitigate Cognitive Biases in Software Development”, Communications of the ACM, (51:9), pp. 110-114, 2008
Kannan Mohan, Radhika Jain, and Balasubramaniam Ramesh, “Knowledge Networking to Support Medical New Product Development,” Decision Support Systems (DSS), (43:4), pp. 1255- 1273, 2007.
Peter Meso and Radhika Jain, “Agile software development: Adaptive systems principles and best practices”, Information Systems Management (23:3), pp. 19-30, 2006. (4th among the top ten highly-cited articles in year 2008)Balasubramaniam Ramesh, Radhika Jain, Mark Nissen, and Peng Xu, “Managing Context in Business Process Management Systems,” Requirements Engineering Journal (REJ), (10:3), pp. 223-237, 2005.
Upkar Varshney and Radhika Jain, “Issues in Emerging 4G Wireless Networks,” IEEE Computer, (34:6), pp. 94-96, 2001.
Participated in a panel on “Teaching with Clickers in the Classroom” at 12th Annual Baruch Teaching and Technology Conference, March 2009
Member of S/CIS Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 2007-08, 2009-present
Member of Committee on Research and Professional Development, 2008-present
Registrations Co-chair for International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST), 2009.
AIS SIGSAND Sixth Symposium on Systems Analysis & Design, Tulsa, OK, 2007.
AIS SIGSAND European Symposium on Systems Analysis & Design: Practice and Education, 2006.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
PSC-CUNY Research Award “An empirical investigation of boundary spanning in offshore outsourcing”, 2009-10 ($3200.00)
PSC-CUNY Research Award “Managing offshore outsourcing of software development: A vendor perspective”, 2008-09 ($3000.00)
University of Memphis-STEP (Software Testing Excellence Program) Grant, “Offshore Outsourcing Management of Software Testing”, co-PI: Robin Poston and Judy Simon, 2006-07 ($8000.00)
Accepted to the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) Doctoral Consortium, Omaha, Nebraska, 2005.
Accepted to the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) Doctoral Consortium with a scholarship, Miami, Florida, 2005.