Srividya Bansal joined Arizona State University as assistant professor in Fall 2010. Prior to joining ASU she was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She also worked in the industry for 5 years as a Software Engineer at SAP Labs India and Tyler Technologies in Plano, TX. Her primary research focuses on semantic computing for data integration on the Web, handling heterogeneity & variety in Big Data, semantic search & querying of Big Data, Web service description, discovery & composition, and representation of knowledge around outcome-based instruction design in STEM education. Her work has been published in several conferences and journals in the area of Semantic Computing, Big Data, and Services Computing. She works in the area of curriculum design in Engineering Education (funded by National Science Foundation) and Software Engineering Education research that focuses on various delivery models for team-based project-centric courses.
Ph.D., Computer Science, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2007
M.S., Computer Science, Texas Tech University, 2002
B.Tech., Computer Science & Engineering, National Institute of Technology – Warangal, India, 1999
Semantic Computing; Big Data Integration; semantics-based solutions for outcome-based instruction design in STEM education; delivery models for Software Engineering Education; Web service description, discovery, and composition.
- Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Semantic and Infrastructure Services; 2014-2018.
- Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Big Data (IJBD, ISSN: 2326-442X); 2013-2015.
- Reviewer for journals: Service Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA), Knowledge and Information Systems (KIS), IEEE Internet Computing (IC), IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (TSC), Computer Languages, Systems And Structures (COMLAN)
- Web services Challenge at IEEE Conference on Enterprise Computing, E-Commerce, and E-Services – Participated in the competition in 2006 & 2007; Organized the competition in 2008 & 2009.
- Won the Best Paper Award for paper titled “Universal Service-Semantics Description Language (USDL)” at the European Conference On Web Services (ECOWS) 2005.