Prof. VijyaLakshmi Ramasamy

Chair and Associate Professor
Director MSCIS Program
Department of Computer Science
College of Business, Economics, and Computing

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Ramasamy is an accomplished academic and researcher with over 27 years of experience. She is the Chair, Associate Professor, and Director of the MSCIS Program of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin Parkside in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA. Before joining UW-Parkside, she worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Miami University in Ohio and an Associate Professor at PSG College of Technology, Anna University in India. Dr. Ramasamy’s research interests span graph data analytics, incorporating areas such as Data Mining, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, and Graph Theory. Her research has diverse applications, including computational neuroscience, computer networks, social networks, and undergraduate STEM Education.
Teaching Interests

Data Mining and Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Applied Data Analytics for Data Science, Data Structures and Algorithm Design, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering (Agile and Waterfall), Fundamentals of Programming & Problem-Solving

Research Interests:

Graph data analytics as a multidisciplinary domain comprising work from various fields such as Data Mining, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, and Graph Theory applied to different disciplines, including computational neuroscience, computer, biological, social networks, and, most recently, undergraduate STEM Education (educational data mining and learning analytics).