Professor Shaun David Ramsey, Ph.D.

Ramsey's Head Solar Energy Planner - NASA Space Apps Challenge 2017

Artificial Intelligence Playing Video Games - Summer '16
Project Dream - Launching and Tracking a Weather Balloon - Launched Summer '14
Mobile Application Development - a Special Topics Course -
Graphics Engine Development - a Summer Research Project

       Dr. Ramsey is a Professor of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department. He earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Science with a concentration in Chemical Engineering at the University of Delaware in 1999, followed by his doctoral degree in Computer Science at the University of Utah in 2004.

       Dr. Ramsey immediately joined the faculty at Washington College in 2004 and since then has taught over 14 unique courses in both mathematics and computer science. Dr. Ramsey loves all of his courses, but some of his favorite courses to teach include Computer Graphics, GUI and Mobile Development, Operating Systems, and Theory of Computation.

       A strong advocate for undergraduate research, Dr. Ramsey is often seen in the lab, during the summer, working on projects covering a broad spectrum of computer science and electronics. Often projects are centered around his specialty in computer graphics, but lately projects in mobile development and radio communication have been prevalent. In fact, by now you may have witnessed the launch of Dr. Ramsey's first balloon with a host of technology in tow. Student life is also an area where Dr. Ramsey volunteers much of his time. He advises the Washington College Computer Club, Washington College Interactive Gaming Society (WIGS), and the Gamers' Guild. Often you'll find him gaming with his students during a video or board game night.

Shaun David Ramsey, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
Associate Dean of Faculty
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
300 Washington Avenue
Chestertown, MD 21620

  • Work Phone: 410.810.7485
  • email: sramsey2 (.you know.)
Dr. Ramsey and a Smart Car

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