Professor Bandyopadhyay’s areas of research interests include Net Neutrality, Information Systems Policy, Health informatics, Offshore Outsourcing of Services and the economic consequences of using Information Systems. His work has been cited by Google in its filing to the Federal Communications Commission in support for Net Neutrality. His research has been funded by the NET Institute, the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida, and by a Faculty Enhancement Opportunity award by the University of Florida. His work has been published or accepted in Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly, Marketing Science, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Operations Management, Decision Support Systems, Decision Sciences, European Journal of Operations Research and Communications of the ACM, among others.
Professor Bandyopadhyay has teaching interests in Electronic Commerce, Systems Analysis and Design, Database Systems and management science. In 2008, he won the Judy Fisher Teaching with Technology award from the College of Business Administration. He won the Graduate Teaching Award for 2011-2012 from the College of Business Administration.