Shamkant B. Navathe
Sham Navathe has been a faculty member at Georgia Tech since 1990. His present research interests include
database modeling, design and integration in the context of emerging applications: engineering design, biological
(particularly human genome) databases, document and text databases, and collaborative applications. He is also
interested in knowledge representation, data mining and knowledge discovery, tools and methodologies for
information system design and visualization and user interfaces for better information retrieval. [More...]
Ph.D. Industrial and Operations Engineering, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1976
Employment and Professional Experience
M.S. Computer and Information Science, Ohio State
University, Columbus, OH 1970
B.E. Electrical Communications Engineering, Indian
Institute of Science, Bangalore, India 1968
B.Sc. Physics, Mathematics, University of Poona, India
Professor, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of
Awards and Honors:
Professor, Department of Computer and Information
Science, Univ. of Florida 1986-1990
Associate Professor, Department of Computer and
Information Science, Univ. of Florida 1980-1986
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Business,
New York University, New York, NY 1975-1979
System Engineer, Electronic Data Systems, Cincinnati,
System Engineer, IBM World Trade Corporation, India
Florida Governor's Second Annual Award for
Outstanding Contribution to Science and Technology,
presented by Governor Bob Martinez, April 10, 1990.
Appointed ACM (Association for Computing Machinery)
Lecturer (Database area), 1991-93.
Elected Trustee of the International Very Large
Database Foundation, 1992-98.
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