Arijit Sengupta, Ph.D.

Undergraduate Student

Arijit Sengupta, Ph.D.

Dr. Sengupta is Associate Dean and Professor of Information Systems at Raj Soin College of Business, Wright State University. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Indiana University, and has been a faculty member in the Raj Soin College of Business since 2005. Prior to joining Wright State, Dr. Sengupta served on the faculty at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business and the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. While at Indiana, he served as Director of Educational Development. A proven innovator, since coming to Wright State, Professor Sengupta created and launched WRITER (Wright Research Initiative for Technology Evolution using RFID). This funded research center and laboratory at the College of Business is used to provide research, education, certification and training on RFID. He also founded SmartRF Solutions, a company commercializing SmartParkRF, an application of Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) technology which serves as a focal point of his current research. To support AACSB accreditation of the college, Professor Sengupta developed AMP (Assess My Program) - the system that the College of Business now uses for its Assurance of Learning process. Dr. Sengupta served as honorary Chief Technology Officer of TagMaster North America, an RFID think-tank and as the director and coordinator of placement services at the Decision Sciences Institute for over 10 years.

Dr. Sengupta’s primary research interests are in databases, big data, and RFID. He has published over 20 refereed scholarly articles in leading journals, presented his work in many conferences and workshops, as well as authored several book chapters. His research papers have appeared in leading journals such as Journal of the AIS, Communications of the AIS, Journal of Database Management, Australian Journal of Information Systems, Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, and Information Technology and Management.



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Selected Publications

Arijit Sengupta. “XER – Extensible Entity-Relationship Modeling for XML” Under 3rd revision at Data and Knowledge Engineering (DKE). Vol 72 pp. 219-238, Feb 2012.

Arijit Sengupta and V. Ramesh. “DocBase - Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Document Database for XML.” Journal of Database Management (JDM). 22:4 pp. 30- 56. Oct-Dec 2011.

Arijit Sengupta and V. Ramesh. “Document SQL (DSQL) – a Conservative Extension to SQL as an Ad-hoc Querying Frontend for XQuery”. Selected for inclusion in “Theoretical and Practical Advances in Information Systems Development: Emerging Trends and Approaches.” an edited volume of selected articles from the Journal of Database Management. August 2010. (re-published version of the article below as an invited collection from JDM)

Arijit Sengupta and V. Ramesh. “Designing Document SQL (DSQL)- an Accessible Yet Comprehensive Ad-hoc Querying Frontend for XQuery” Journal of Database Management (JDM) 20:4 pp. 25-51, Oct 2009.

Arijit Sengupta. “CFC (Comment-First-Coding) – A simple yet Effective Method for Teaching Programming to Information Systems Students.” Journal of Information Systems Education, 20:4, pp393-399, Sept 2009.

A. Sengupta, S. Schiller and S.L.Wang. “Saving Lives: The Case of RFID-Based Personnel Tracking in a Chinese Coal Mine”. Production and Inventory Management Journal, 45:1 pp. 44-55, April 2009. 

Arijit Sengupta, Shu Z. Schiller. “FlexRFID: A Design, Development and Deployment Framework for RFID-based Business Applications” Conditionally accepted,  Special Issue of Information Systems Frontiers on Advances in RFID Technology. Feb 2009.

Arijit Sengupta and V. Ramesh. “Designing Document SQL (DSQL)- an Accessible Yet Comprehensive Ad-hoc Querying Frontend for XQuery” Accepted  at Journal of Database Management (JDM), Feb 2009.

A. Sengupta, S. Schiller and S.L.Wang. “Saving Lives: The Case of RFID-Based Personnel Tracking in a Chinese Coal Mine”. Accepted: Production and Inventory Management Journal, November 2008.

R. Pal, A. Sengupta and I. Bose. “Role of Pilot Study in Assessing Viability of New Technology Projects: The Case of RFID in Parking Operations”. Communications of the Association of Information Ssytems (CAIS) Vol. 23. Article 15. Pp. 257-276. Sep 2008.

Arijit Sengupta and Vikram Sethi. "AMCIS 2007 Panel Summary: The Promise of RFID Technologies" Communications of the Association of Information Systems (CAIS) Vol. 20, Article 56. Pp. 944-957, 2007.

Henry M. Kim, Arijit Sengupta and Joerg Evermann. "MOQ: Web Services Ontologies For Qos And General Quality Evaluations." International Journal of Metadata, Systems and Ontologies (IJMSO), 2:3 September 2007.

Henry. M. Kim, Arijit Sengupta. "Extracting Knowledge from XML Document Repository: A Semantic Web-Based Approach". In Press, Information Technology and Management, Feb 2007.

Henry M. Kim, Mark J. Fox and Arijit Sengupta. "How to build enterprise data models to achieve compliance to standards or regulatory requirements (and share data)." Accepted for Publication. Journal of the Association of Information Systems (JAIS) 8:2 pp. 105-128. Feb 2007.

Henry.M. Kim, Arijit Sengupta, Mark Fox and Mehmet Dalkilic. "A Measurement Ontology Generalizable for Emerging Domain Applications." Journal of Database Management (JDM) 18:1, Jan-Mar 2007, pp. 20-42 (890k pdf)

Arijit Sengupta and Andrew Dillon. "Query By Templates: Using the Shape of Information to Search Next Generation Databases." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communications. 49:2, pp. 128-144. June 2006. Winner of the Rudolph J. Joenk, Jr. Award for Best Paper in the 2006 IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication.

Arijit Sengupta and Sandeep Purao. "Transitioning Existing Conetnt: Inferring Organization Specific Documents" Australian Journal of Information Systems 8:1, September 2000. p 91-99 (70k pdf)

Arijit Sengupta and Andrew Dillon. "Extending SGML to Accommodate Database Functions: A Methodological Overview." Journal of the American Society of Information Systems (JASIS), special issue on structured information/standards for document architectures. pages 629-637, July, 1997. (80k pdf)

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