Qualification: 
Ph.D, B-Tech

Dr. S. Sathya currently serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in Amrita School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Chennai Campus.

Her Ph.D. research is at Vellore Institute of Technology, with a specialization in Information Security, particularly the Security of Medical Records. She has published several Scopus-indexed papers in reputed journals.  She has completed her MTech. in Computer Science and Engineering at the International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, in 2009.  Her MTech. research work on IT in Education has been published as a research paper in the International Conference ICCE 2009, Hong Kong. This work has been acknowledged by RICE University. She has guided a participant for an international video competition on smartphones IEEE SmartGridComm at Brussels, Germany, which was selected as a finalist. She has done her B.Tech., under merit scholarship, in Computer Science and Engineering from Pondicherry Engineering College in the year 1995.  She is a state rank holder in Matriculation in St. Joseph of Cluny Girls Higher Secondary School, Puducherry.

She has an industrial experience in developing systems and application software, as well as experience as a teaching faculty for over 14 years in toto. She has been the Head of the Department in some institutions. She is a recipient of the Best Teaching Award at Vellore Institute of Technology. She has attended several national short-term courses/workshops as well as organized several workshops for the Students’ Academic and Personality Development in the institutions where she has worked. She has organized workshops on Pedagogy for faculty, and has also conducted short term courses for clerical staff in the ministerial departments of the government of Puducherry.

She has published a book titled, Understanding C Programs, Beginner to Programmer, comprising solved programs, evolved out of the insight of several years of meticulous teaching of C programming.