Dasgupta, Subrata

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DASGUPTA, Subrata. Canadian (born India), b. 1944. Genres: Novels, Information science/Computers, Intellectual history, Psychology. Career: International Business Machines World Trade Corp., Calcutta, India, programmer and systems analyst, 1967-71; Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, assistant professor of computer science, 1975-79; Ohio State University, Columbus, assistant professor of computer science and information science, 1979-80; University of Alberta, Edmonton, associate professor of computer science, 1980-82; University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, associate professor, 1982-84, professor, 1984-86, Edmiston Professor of Computer Science, 1986-92; Victoria University of Manchester, England, Dowty Professor of Computer Systems Engineering at Institute of Science and Technology, 1992-93; University of Louisiana at Lafayette, eminent scholar endowed chair in computer science, 1993-, professor of history, 1993-, director of Institute of Cognitive Science, 2000-. Lecturer at colleges and universities around the world. Publications: The Design and Description of Computer Architectures, 1984; Computer Architecture: A Modern Synthesis, Vol I: Foundations, Vol II: Advanced Topics, 1989; Design Theory and Computer Science, 1991; Creativity in Invention and Design, 1994; Technology and Creativity, 1996; Jagadis Chandra Bose and the Indian Response to Western Science, 1999; Three Times a Minority (novel), 2003. Contributor to books. Contributor to scientific journals. Address: Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, PO Box 43772, Lafayette, LA 70504-3772, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]