Rosangela Follmann is an Assistant Professor in the School of Information Technology. She received her Ph.D in Applied Computing from the National Institute for Space Research, Brazil. Before joining School of IT she did two years of postdoctoral research in the Department of Physics at Northwestern University, and two more years as postdoc at the School of Biological Sciences at ISU. Much of her work has been on developing methods and algorithms for data analysis, information processing, pattern recognition, and prediction of behaviors in the fields of nonlinear dynamics and neuroscience.
494.004Graduate Directed Project
386.001Introduction to Networking and Parallel and Distributed Computing
386.002Introduction to Networking and Parallel and Distributed Computing
Research Interests & Areas
Reservoir Computing/Machine learning,
High Performance Computing/Parallel processing,