Subhashini Ganapathy, Ph.D.
Research areas include: integrating technology for improving human performance, health and wellness, design thinking, user-experience assessment, and human factors engineering. She directs the Interaction Design & Modeling Lab that explores fundamental and applied research in the area of Human Computer Interaction. This lab conducts work that seeks to understand how technology can help enable more healthy, socially connected, reflective living.
40 Under 40, 2017, Region’s brightest young business leaders, Dayton Business Journal, Dayton OH
Outstanding Engineers’ and Scientists’ Award, 2016, Affiliate Societies Council, Dayton OH
Excellence in Teaching Award, 2014, Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE)
Presidential University Faculty Early Career Achievement Award, 2014, Wright State University
College of Engineering and Computer Science, Faculty Early Career Achievement Award, 2014, Wright State University
Microsoft Azure Research Award, 2014-2015, Microsoft Corporation
Bonder Scholar Research Grant, 2014, INFORMS
Biography featured in “I am an Engineer. I change the world" 2012, periodical that features achievements and careers of IEEE WIE.
Bonder Scholarship for Applied Operations Research in Military Applications, 2005, INFORMS Military Applications Society.