M.S., DePaul University
B.S., Bangalore University, India
Nandhini Gulasingam is a Senior Analyst for IT Solutions at the Social Science Research Center (SSRC) at DePaul University and an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Geography where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on Geographic Information Systems (GIS). At the SSRC, she manages GIS, database, web development and data related projects including the faculty research labs. She also consults on faculty research projects involving data processing, analysis and visualization including GIS. She is in charge of design and development of the “Journal of Video Ethnography ,” the first-ever international, peer-reviewed research journal for ethnographic films in the social and behavioral sciences.
She is an experienced technology professional and teacher who has designed, developed, implemented and taught GIS, database, web, mobile, and client-server applications for a variety of organizations in the private, public, not-for profit and educational sectors. Prior to coming to the U.S., Nandhini implemented software systems in the telecommunication, insurance, airline and shipping industries in the Middle East, Africa and the Indian subcontinent.
Nandhini holds an MS in Predictive Analytics, an MS in E-Commerce Technology and GIS Certification from DePaul University. She also has a BS in Math, Physics and Electronics from Bangalore University, India. In addition to GIS, data mining and analysis, her expertise also includes web development, all aspects of software development life cycle, and technology-related training. Her research interests are in geospatial intelligence, predictive analytics and visualization.
GEO 241 Geographic Information Systems I
GEO 242 Geographic Information Systems II - Project-based GIS
GEO 441 GIS for Community Development
MPH 595 Special Topics in Public Health
MPS 604 Special Topics in GIS