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Dr Shre Kumar Chatterjee B.Eng, MSc, PhD

Research Fellow

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Dr Shre K. Chatterjee is an active researcher in applications of Machine Learning within the Healthcare domain in Engineering and the Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton. 

Dr. Shre Kumar Chatterjee passed his B.Eng (Electronics and Communications) from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum, India in 2004. He worked as a trainee consultant and soon headed a newly formed division (which included training students in Microprocessor/Microcontroller programming etc., and liasing with corporates and educational organizations for recruitment of engineering graduates).

Thereafter he pursued an MSc in Nanotechnology at University of Southampton during 2005-06. After the successful completion of his MSc, he was involved in several high profile projects in the industry in the microfabrication domain, specializing in Organic Thin Film Transistors (for active matrix flexible and rollable displays).

In 2012, he left the industry to pursue a full time PhD under Prof. Koushik Maharatna to pursue his interests in Machine Learning and Signal Processing.

Upon successful completion of his PhD, Dr Chatterjee has worked both in industry and academia.

He is currently working as a Research Fellow under Prof. Liudi Jiang.

Research interests

Applications of Machine Learning, Data Science, Embedded Systems and IoT

Research Project

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) feedback device

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Dr Shre Kumar Chatterjee
Building 5/2019,
School of Engineering,
University of Southampton,
Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 5/2019

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