Nadya Sultanik is an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Computer Science in Drexel University's College of Computing & Informatics (CCI). She is a software architect with over twenty years of experience managing and technically executing computer science and software engineering projects across a variety of application domains. Previous projects focused on automating cognitive workload management for fighter pilots, developing applications for medical care providers to deliver better care, and integrating natural language processing into financial mobile applications. Sultanik holds the degree of Master of Science in Computer Science from Drexel University, with a thesis on facilitating collaboration in virtual environments.
- MS, Computer Science, Drexel University
- BS, Computer Science, Drexel University