Prof. Sateesh Kumar Pradhan
Name: Prof. Sateesh Kumar Pradhan
Designation: Professor (Retired)
Qualification: Ph. D.
Phone No.: 9437001231
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9840-6567
E-mail ID: sateesh1960@gmail.com
    Dr. Sateesh Kumar Pradhan:
  • Dr. Sateesh Kumar Pradhan joined the Department as a
    Reader in Computer Science during October 2000 and become
    Professor in 2014. Prior to joining the Department, he served as
    Lecturer and Reader in Computer Science Berhampur
    University Odisha. Dr. Pradhan was a visiting faculty to King
    Khalid University, Abha. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the
    year 2006-2011. He completed M.Sc. from GM College
    Sambalpur University in 1983 and P.G.D (Computer Science)
    from North Bengal University, Darjeeling in 1985, and Ph.D.
    (Computer Science) From Berhampur University in 1999. He
    served as the Head of the Department from 2001 to 2003 and
    2011 to 2016. Prof Pradhan was involved in the academic
    activities of Utkal and other Universities in the state in different
  • His research area is mainly Neural Computing, Parallel Processing, Optical Character
    Recognition of Odia Text and Wireless Sensor Network. Prof Pradhan has successfully
    guided 22 PhD students and published 40 papers in National and International Journals, and
    60 papers in Conferences. A number of students are still working for PhD degree under his
    guidance. Professor Pradhan has authored as many as five text books (Odia Language)
    sponsored by government of Orissa. In the Department of Computer Science, Utkal
    University, he established two excellent laboratories for research scholars as well as for
  • Besides academic activities, he has served the University in various important administrative
    positions as Professor-in-Charge, Computer Centre, Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Course
    Coordinator, Integrated MCA course, Course Coordinator, 3 Years MCA, DDCE, Course
    Coordinator, M. Sc. (Computer Science).
    He superannuated from active service in December, 2020.