Angela Beasley

Assistant Professor of Instruction
Angie Beasley is an Assistant Professor of Instruction in the Computer Science department at UT, where she teaches Data Mining. Prior to teaching, Angie worked for 15 years as a software engineer on projects for the US Navy, including submarine sonar systems, periscope systems, unmanned underwater vehicles, radar systems, and radio and satellite communication systems. Angie received her MS in Computer Science with a concentration in Machine Learning from The George Washington University and her BS in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin.

Select Publications

Angela Beasley, Russell Brandt. 2012. Mid-Frequency Towed Array Droop Curve Study.
Angela Beasley, Rouba Alkadi. 2009. Collaboration Through a Virtual World.
Angela Beasley, Annette Williams. 2006. Writing Image Processing Algorithms for FPGAs Using Electronic Systems Level Tools.
Angela Beasley. 2003. Modeling a set of coupled ordinary differential equations using Genetic Programming in C++.

Awards & Honors

2010 - Honored, Lockheed Martin
2009 - Special Recognition Award, Lockheed Martin
2007 - Special Recognition Award, Lockheed Martin
2007 - Spot Award, Lockheed Martin
2007 - Honored, Lockheed Martin