Two articles of mine hit a century of citations at the same time in Google Scholar. Feeling elated. Thanks a lot to all my collaborators and researchers from similar disciplines for supporting my small steps in research.
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Abstract: In the era of internet has embarked on World Wide Web for searching or knowing any information about any topic which has resulted in humongous information load. Access to open source creates ever-growing content on web, where user will succumb to thousands of arrays of options available, when seeking for any product or services. As the entertainment industry is no way an exception, optimization of user’s choice is of utmost importance.
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There is a project opportunity in IIT Delhi in the domain of Gamification of Cyber Security. This project is under the INSPIRE scheme of DST. The person needs to have a good academic background and skills surrounding programming in C#. BTech in Computer Science / Information Technology from a good institute is required (MTech preferred). Please send your CV to email@example.com Salary 30k/month plus, (40K for MTech) depending on background and skills. Candidates if good, can extend their research skills, for pursuing PhD, if they meet eligibility criteria.
Executive Management Programme
Department of Management Studies,
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
4th Jan – 7th Jun 2020, Classes on Weekends / National Holidays
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If you’re like me, you’re always on some kind of device. Whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC, the technological world is a big part of everyday life. That’s why PDF files are so important, both for sharing and for keeping your work secure. Continue reading “3 Tips to Be More Productive with PDF Management Using Apps”
Title: Diffusion of Blockchain Technology
Purpose: Although blockchain is often discussed, its actual diffusion seems to be varying for different industries. The purpose of this paper is to explore the blockchain technology diffusion in different industries through a combination of academic literature and social media (Twitter).
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Academic Associate needed in DMS, IIT Delhi. Looking for a young dynamic professional based out of Delhi / NCR with a zeal to thrive in highly competitive environment. Candidate needs to have excellent communication skills and ability to multi-task and handle documentation/reports. Job deliverables: Supporting academic administration, project administration and training programs. Salary: 2.4 LPA, with a variable of 100% based on performance. Higher starting salary may be given to candidates based on background. Continue reading “Academic Positions Available in IIT Delhi”
The first thousand is pretty special, at least for me, since I had to wait 8 years after my academic journey to get it. Took me about 80 articles to reach this, based on my Scopus profile. Hopefully many more will come, given that I have some 30 years of academic career left. Continue reading “My first thousand citations”
Title: Perceived usefulness, ease of use and user acceptance of blockchain technology for digital transactions – insights from user-generated content on Twitter
Authors: Purva Grover, Arpan K Kar, Marijn Janssen and PV Ilavarasan.
Journal: Enterprise Information Systems. Volume: 13(4)
Abstract: Although blockchain has attracted a great deal of attention from academia and industry there is a lack of studies on acceptance drivers. This study explores blockchain acceptance by mining the collective intelligence of users on Twitter. It maps blockchain user acceptance drivers to technology acceptance constructs. The analysis shows that users are attracted by security, privacy, transparency, trust and traceability aspects provided by blockchain. On Twitter more discussions on blockchain benefits than on drawbacks. Initial coin offering (ICO) is extensively discussed. The study provides guidelines for managers and concludes by presenting the limitations of the study along with future research directions.
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