Gopal Gupta

BE(Hons) – Roorkee
MSc(Engg) – Manitoba
MMath(Comp Sci) – Waterloo
PhD(Comp Sci) – Monash

Fellow of the ACM
Fellow of the ACS

Professor of Computer Science (Adjunct)

I have now retired from full-time service at Monash. I continue to work here as an Adjunct Professor.

I worked at Monash University in the early days, starting in 1972, as a Senior Teaching Fellow in Computer Science and completed my PhD here in 1976. Subsequently, I was promoted to Lecturer and then Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of the Department. After fourteen years at Monash, I moved to James Cook University in 1986 as Foundation Professor and Head to establish a new Department of Computer Science. I moved to Bond University as Dean of the School of Information Technology in 1998 and returned to Monash in October 2002. My research interests include biometrics (handwritten signature verification, keyboard dynamics, fingerprints, iris), data mining, information privacy and computer science education.

An undergraduate textbook "Database Management Systems" has been published by Tata McGraw Hill India, April 2011.
Introduction to Data Mining with Case Studies, PHI Learning (formerly Prentice-Hall India), Third Edition, July 2014
Some Data Mining Powerpoint Slides
A list of my publications
CORE Distinguished Service Award, 2004
I write some satire and humour, 2013


Phone: +61 3 9905 5186
Address: Room 123, Building 63, Monash University, Wellington Rd, Clayton VIC 3800

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