Ramesh Subramanian

Visiting Fellow

Ramesh Subramanian (Ph.D., Rutgers University, 1992) is the Gabriel Ferrucci Professor of Information Systems at the School of Business, Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, and a Fellow at the Information Society Project, Yale Law School. Dr. Subramanian’s current research interests include Information Systems Security, History of Technology, ICT4D, Technology and Privacy Policy. He is especially interested in the intersection of security, privacy, and policy, and has published several peer-reviewed articles and papers in the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, European Business Review, Journal of Information Systems Security, IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering Journal, Journal of International Technology and Information Management, Communications of the IIMA, Information Systems Education Journal, etc. Dr. Subramanian’s published books include Computer Security, Privacy and Politics: Current Issues, Challenges and Solutions (Ed. Subramanian, 2008, IRM Press), Peer-to-Peer Computing: The Evolution of a Disruptive Technology, (Eds. Subramanian and Goodman, 2005, IDEA Group Publishing, Hershey, PA), The Global Flow of Information: Legal, social, and cultural perspectives (Eds. Subramanian and Katz, 2011, NYU Press), Access to Knowledge in India (Eds. Subramanian and Shaver, 2011, Bloomsbury Academic, UK). In 2007-2008, Dr. Subramanian was awarded a Fulbright Senior Researcher grant to study the effects and consequences of Internet spread in rural India. His host institution was the Indian Institute of Technology – Madras. Dr. Subramanian has also taught courses at Rutgers University (USA), the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (India) and XLRI, Jamshedpur (India), and has given presentations at Yale Law School, Harvard Law School and MIT Media Lab as a member of the Harvard-MIT-Yale Cyberscholar Working Group.