Here is a link to the story about our work related to using data analytics to improve services for the homeless:
Paper accepted at the Big Data Workshop at the Conceptual Modeling Conference, to share preliminary understanding of how the elderly use conversational devices at home. With Graduate Student Chenhang Meng.
Purao, S. and Meng, C., 2019, November. Data Capture and Analyses from Conversational Devices in the Homes of the Elderly. In International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (pp. 157-166). Springer, Cham.
Paper accepted at the IEEE Conference on Business Informatics exploring factors that contribute to a slide to long-term homelessness. With Monica Garfield and Graduate Students P. Bhetwal and X. Gu.
Purao, S., M. Garfield, X. Gu and P. Bhetwal. 2019. Predicting the Slide to Long-Term Homelessness: Model and Validation. Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Business Informatics.
Hosted a workshop related to Smart and Connected Cities (with Donnellan and Mullarkey) at the Design Science Conference in Worcester 2019. The workshop included a panel by city CIOs from Waltham and Worcester.
Coordinated and participated in a panel related to Selecting a Research Topic (with Roman Lukayenko, HEC Montreal; and Veda C. Storey, Georgia State). The Workshop was held at Baruch College – City University of New York by the AIS Special Interest Group on Systems Analysis and Design.