Quinnipiac University
Dr. Ramesh Subramanian is the Gabriel Ferrucci Professor of Information Systems at the School of Business, and a Fellow at Yale Law School's "Information Society Project." He was an Albert Schweitzer Fellow in 2018-2019, and a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in 2007-2008.

Dr. Subramanian's current teaching areas include Computer Security, Computer Programming, and Data Analytics. His reseach interests include Information Systems Security, History of Computing Technologies, ICT4D, and Interactions of Technology with Public Policy. He is especially interested in the intersection of security, privacy and public policy. He has presented his research at Yale Law School, Harvard's Berkman Center, and MIT Media Lab as a member of the Yale-Harvard-MIT Cyberscholars Working Group.

Dr. Subramanian's research has been published in the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, European Business Review, Journal of Information Systems Security, IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering Journal, Journal of International Technology and Information Management, Communications of the IIMA, Information Systems Education Journal, Informing Science, etc. He has published four book. His fifth book, "Mobile Technologies and Access to Knowledge (Pub: Routledge)," is forthcoming in 2021.
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Education

  • BS, University of Madras
  • MBA, Rutgers University
  • PHD, Rutgers University

Areas of Expertise

  • Business Analytics
  • Computer Information Systems

Organization

  • Computer Information Systems

Office Location

  • Faculty Office Building 126

Mail Drop

  • SB-DNF

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