Dr. Deepti Joshi is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina. Dr. Joshi teaches introductory programming courses, database courses, as well as advanced topics such as data mining and data warehousing. She has been supervising students on geo-spatial big-data analysis research projects. Recently Dr. Joshi has been awarded the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Academic Research Program (NARP) NURI grant. As a part of this, she is leading a team of computer and social scientists (from University of Nebraska-Lincoln), and graduate and under-graduate students to conduct research with news media sources, social media sources, and other national level statistics based datasets to develop algorithms and a system to anticipate social unrest in the Indian sub-continent region. Dr. Joshi is also the director for The Citadel’s STEM Ambassador program. As part of that program, she conducts workshops on the latest computer science topics such as big data and mobile programming for middle school and high school teachers. She also coordinates and plans all the other workshops conducted by other faculty in the STEM fields. In addition, Dr. Joshi is also working in areas of cyber-security education and computer science education with colleagues at The Citadel.
Ph.D. in Computer Science – University of Nebraska-Lincoln M.S. in Applied Computer Science – Northwest Missouri State University Master’s Diploma in Computer Applications – DOEACC Society Government of India B.A. in English – University of Delhi
Spatio-temporal data mining, big data analytics, volunteered geographic information systems, social networking, geospatial computing, human geography.