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Tejasvini Prasad – Dept. Math,Stat & CS

Posted by bmsceiaa on November 19, 2006

Tejasvini Prasad
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

http://www.uwstout.edu/cas/mscs/prasadt/resume.html

http://www.uwstout.edu/cas/mscs/prasadt/

Contact Information:
Room : 237C Harvey Hall
Phone: 715-232-1426
Email: prasadt@uwstout.edu

Education

September 1994 – September 1998

Bachelors in Computer Science, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, India

August 1999-May 2001

Masters in Computer Science, Michigan State University, USA

Internship/ Technical Experience

August 2001 – December 2001

Employer: Indian Institute of Science, Bioinformatics Department, Bangalore, India

Project Description: The project involved development of algorithms to predict protein similarity using structural information. The end goal is to identify structural similarity in proteins that may differ widely in sequence. A modified version of the Smith-Waterman algorithm was developed. This algorithm uses a weighted combination of various parameters to determine protein similarity. Another program developed identifies consensus hydrogen bonds in a family of proteins. All application development was done in Perl on Linux.

May 2000 – August 2000

Employer: Texas Instruments, Printing and Audio Systems group, Bangalore, India

Project Description: The project involved development of a simulation software for printers. Printer operation was modeled and for different input configurations to the system the printer performance was the output.

Teaching Experience

August 2002 – present

Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Responsibilities include designing and presenting material pertaining to computer science theory and application. The courses taught have had an enrollment of students ranging from freshmen to seniors. Courses being handled include:

· Introduction to Programming

· Computer Science I and II

· Software Engineering

· Database Systems

May 2001-August 2001

Teaching Assistant, Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Michigan State University

Course titled, “Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming” (CSE 320) involving basic architecture concepts as well as labs for SPARC assembly programs.

Aug 1999-May 2001

Lead Teaching Assistant, Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Michigan State University

Course titled, “Computing Concepts and Competencies” (CSE 101). This course involves introducing non-computer science majors to computers and developing their basic computer skills in lab cum lecture sessions.

Consulting

April 2004

Developed a breadth-first introductory course for the Department of Computer Science at Loyola University, Chicago.

Skills

Course Delivery Systems: Blackboard, Desire2Learn

Programming : C, C++, VC++ with STL, Java, PHP, Visual Basic 6.0, Fortran, Pascal, Intel x86 Assembly, SPARC Assembly

Databases: Oracle, MS-SQL server, MS Access-Jet, MySQL

Database tools: SQL, T-SQL, Developer 2000, ODBC, JDBC

Multimedia Tools: Matlab, SNDAN

OO Tools: Visio, ClearCase, SmartDraw

Operating Systems: Unix, Linux, Solaris, Windows 95/98/NT, DOS

Miscellaneous: XML, CSS, STL, LEX, YACC, HTML, CVS, RCS

Professional Activities

Publications:

· “Detection of hydrogen-bond signature patterns in protein families”, Prasad, Tejasvini; Prathima, M. N.; Chandra, Nagasuma Bioinformatics 2003, 19, 167-169.

· “ASAP, a systematic annotation package for community analysis of genomes”, Glasner, Jeremy D.; Liss, Paul; Plunkett III , Guy; Darling, Aaron; Prasad, Tejasvini; Rusch, Michael; Byrnes, Alexis; Gilson, Michael; Biehl, Bryan; Blattner, Frederick R.; Perna, Nicole T. Nucleic Acids Research, 2003, 31, 147–151.

Oral Presentations:

· “Extracting hydrogen-bond signature patterns from protein structure data.” Tejasvini Prasad , Tamilselvi Subramanian, Sridhar Hariharaputran, Chaitra H.S. and Nagasuma Chandra; Biological Language Conference, November 2003, Pittsburgh PA.

· Colloquium speaker, Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, February 2003, Menomonie WI.

Conference Participation:

· ACM SIGCSE Conference, March 2004, Norfolk VA.

· Biological Language Conference, November 2003, Pittsburgh PA.

· Women and Science Conference held at the Wisconsin Dells in October 2002. The organization aims at increasing the number of women in academia and enhancing the experience of women already present in academia.

Professional Affiliations:

· Member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

· Member of the ACM-SIGCSE (Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education).

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