Srividya Kona Bansal

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I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering in the College of Technology and Innovation at ASU Polytechnic campus since Fall 2010. Prior to joining ASU I was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. from January 2008 - May 2010. I also worked in the industry as a Software Engineer. I was at SAP Labs India and SAP Germany from 1999-2000 and at Tyler Technologies, Plano, TX from 2001-2005.

My research focuses in description, discovery, and composition of Semantic Web services. My research interests are in the areas of Service-Oriented Computing, Web Services, Software Engineering, Semantic Web, Internet Computing, Declarative Programming (Logic Programming, Constraint Programming), and Engineering Education.




Srividya K Bansal
Department of Engineering
College of Technology & Innovation
Arizona State University at Poly Campus
Peralta Bldg. - Room 230G
7171 E Sonoran Arroyo Mall, Mesa AZ 85212
Phone: 480-727-5107



  • August 2011: Participated in Exploring How People Learn Engineering - a workshop sponsored by NSF at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.

  • February 2011: Leading Web Weaver scientific village - PRIME the Pipeline project in Spring 2011. Please click here to see what the villagers are doing.

  • January 2011: Teaching Web-Client User Interface Programming in Spring 2011.

  • September 2010: Teaching Software Enterprise I - Tools and Process in Fall 2010.







'When we walk to the end
of all the light we have,
And take a step
into the darkness of the unknown,
We must believe
One of the two things will happen:
That we will land on something solid,
We will learn to fly.'