Professor Wei Huang is a nationally endowed ChangJiang Professor, national prestige “One-thousand Talents” Scholar and the Dean of School of Management at Xi'an Jiaotong University. He was a tenured professor in Department of Management Information Systems of College of Business at Ohio University, USA. Dr. Huang was a visiting scholar/fellow of Harvard University and University of Georgia, USA, and a faculty member in University of New South Wales (tenured), Australia and Chinese University of Hong Kong and National University of Singapore. His main research interests include Managerial Communication, Group Support Systems, big data management and data quality, electronic commerce, eEducation, knowledge management, and software engineering. Dr. Huang has published more than 150 peer-refereed research papers in international journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings, including some leading international MIS/IS journals such as IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics; Journal of Management Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Communications of ACM, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, ACM Transaction on Information Technology, and European Journal of Information Systems.
Changjiang Professor, Dean, School of Management, Xi’an Jiaotong University.
[*] Chair Professor, School of Business, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea Professor Emeritus, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Till August 2016, HHI Chair Professor, College of Business, KAIST)
[*] Wang Yingluo Fellow Professor and Co-Director of Bright Internet Global Governance China Research Center at Xi’an Jiaotong University (Since Sept 2017 – Current)
[*] Distinguished Visiting Professor, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University (Sept 2016 – August 2017)
[*] Immediate Past President, Association for Information Systems (2015-6)
[*] Founder and Director Emeritus, Bright Internet Research Center at KAIST
[*] Founding Chair, Bright Internet Global Summit, December 2017 at Seoul
[*] Conference Chair of International Conference on Information Systems 2017
Jae Kyu Lee is the Professor Emeritus of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He has been professor of KAIST since 1985, and finished his tenure as HHI Chair Professor. He is newly appointed as Chair Professor of Yonsei University in Seoul starting from March 2017. He currently serves for the Immediate Past President and Fellow of Association for Information Systems, the global organization of 4,000 Information System researchers. He is the Founder and Director Emeritus of Bright Internet Research Center at KAIST, as the founder of Principles for the Bright Internet. He is a chair of International Conference on Information Systems and the founding chair of the Bright Internet Global Summit that will be held in December 2017. He has been a Professor of Management Information Systems and Electronic Commerce at KAIST since 1985, and is affiliated as a professor of Graduate School of Information and Media and Graduate School of Green Growth in the College of Business. He has served as the Founding Head of the Graduate School of Green Growth (2013-5), Dean of Energy, Environment, Water and Sustainability Initiative (2008-2014), Dean of the College of Business (2006-7), and Head of Department of Information System Engineering (1994-6) at KAIST. He was also appointed as Associate Dean of Faculty and Research, School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University (2005-6) as a tenured professor. He received a B.A. in Industrial Engineering from Seoul National University (1973), a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the KAIST (1975) and a Ph.D. in Operations and Information Systems from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1985). He was a visiting professor of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (2000), University of Texas at Austin (1995), Carnegie-Mellon University (1989), and City University of Hong Kong (2001). He was the founding editor-in-chief of the journal, Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (Elsevier, SSCI and SCIE Accredited), and was the founding chair of the International Conference on Electronic Commerce. He was a chair of key international conferences such as International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC 1998, and ICEC 2000), Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (2001, 2006), and the 3rd World Congress on Experts Systems (1996), as well as many other international conferences. He was the president of academic societies such as Korea Society of Management Information Systems and Korea Society of Intelligent Information Systems. He has served for the program committee of numerous international conferences in information systems and intelligent systems. He authored four English books and seven Korean books with many editions in the area of Electronic Commerce, Information System, and Intelligent Systems, including Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective (2014 Springer; and 2012, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000, Prentice Hall, co-authored with Efraim Turban), Artificial Intelligence in Finance and Investing (Irwin). He published many international journal papers in leading international journals such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Decision Support Systems, Communications of ACM, Management Science, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Expert System with Applications, European Journal of Information Systems, and many others. He presented many keynote speeches and proceeding papers in major international conferences and workshops such as ICIS, PACIS, AMCIS, and ICEC. He received best paper awards nine times from the major conferences such as the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (Internet and Digital Economy Track in 1997) and Korean national conferences of Management Information Systems, Intelligent Systems, and Management Science. He received the honorable award, Maekyung Economist Prize (2004), which is given to the best researcher in Economics and Management. He also received a national decoration from the Korea Government for his contribution to the development of the IT industry. KAIST has awarded him three times for Outstanding Academic Achievement (1998), International Academic Collaboration (2009), and Contribution for the Development of KAIST (1993). His current research interest is the development and deployment of Bright Internet technologies, policies and global collaborations. His research evolved from the application of Artificial Intelligence for Managerial Decision Support (various applications such as stock investment, scheduling systems for complex manufacturing industries, and intelligent system for electronic commerce) to Green IT (smart grid and green business) and Bright Internet. He has conducted 46 granted projects on the topics of the Bright Internet, Green Business, eCommerce strategies for financial sectors, SCM and eProcurement Systems, case based project management systems, intelligent scheduling systems for ship building, power generation, and refinery.
Chair Professor of Yonsei University and Professor Emeritus of KAIST in Korea.
Ramayya Krishnan is the W. W. Cooper and Ruth F. Cooper Professor of Management Science and Information Systems at the H. John Heinz III College and the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. A faculty member at CMU since 1988, Krishnan was appointed Dean when the Heinz College was created in 2008. He was reappointed upon the completion of his first term as Dean in 2014. Krishnan was educated at the Indian Institute of Technology and the University of Texas at Austin. He has a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, a Master’s degree in industrial engineering and operations research, and a PhD in Management Science and Information Systems. Krishnan’s research interests focus on consumer and social behavior in digitally instrumented environments. His work has addressed technical, policy and business problems that arise in these contexts and he has published extensively on these topics. He has served as Department Editor for Information Systems at Management Science, the premier journal of the Operations Research and Management Science Community. Krishnan is an INFORMS Fellow, a former member of the Global Agenda Council on Data Driven Development of the World Economic Forum, and a former President of the INFORMS Information Systems Society and the INFORMS Computing Society. He is the recipient of the prestigious Y. Nayuduamma award in 2015 for his contributions to telecommunications management and business technology. He is recipient in 2017 of the Distinguished Alumnus award from the Indian Institute of Technology (Madras). More Introduction seen at Biography about Ramayya Krishnan
Dean, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University.
Professor Foster is interested in the intersection of technology and policy with a particular focus on how regulatory frameworks impact on innovation and growth. He is also active on global Internet governance issues, especially as they related to privacy, security and competition policy concerns. He is a former Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) and a founder of the ACCJ Internet Economy Task Force, which supports the US-Japan Internet Economy Dialogue.
Asia Pacific Institute of
Dr. Zhangxi Lin joined the Rawls College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University in 1999, and is currently a tenured professor and the co-director of Center for Advanced Analytics and Business Intelligence (started 2007). He received a M.S. in Computer Applications from Tsinghua University in 1982, and an M.A. in Economics and a Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Texas at Austin in 1996 and 1999, respectfully. He has been a member of IEEE, INFORMS and AIS for many years. He used to work as a deputy director for an IT/IS division of provincial government in China during 1983-1993, and has been an IT professional mainly in larger data processing systems, e-government, and knowledge-based systems. He has published more than 200 peer-reviewed papers, with outlets such as Information Systems, Research, Information Sciences, and Decision Support Systems, ICIS, ICDM, AAAI, and so on. He has developed good research networks connecting both academia and industry, aiming at cutting-edge information technology applications and commercialization. In particular, he has several active collaborative projects with partners in China and Finland. Recently his major focus is on big data technology & applications.
Professor, Texas Tech University.
Dr. Jun Bi is the professor and director of Network Architecture & IPv6 Research Division at the Institute for Network Sciences and Cyberspace (former Network Research Center) at Tsinghua University, Beijing. He is the leading expert (PI) of the first major SDN project supported by “863” High-Tech Program (China Ministry of Science and Technology): Future Network architecture and Innovation Environment (FINE).
Professor and Director, Tsinghua University.
Dan J. Kim is Professor of Information Technology and Decision Sciences at the University of North Texas (UNT). Before joining the UHCL, he was an Associate Professor and Assistant Professor at Universtiy of Houston - Clear Lake and Michigan State University, respectively. He earned his Ph.D. in MIS from SUNY at Buffalo. He also holds a MBA degree with management science concentration and MS degree in computer science. His research interests are in multidisciplinary areas such as electronic commerce, mobile commerce, information security and assurance. Recently he has focused on trust in electronic commerce, wireless and mobile commerce, and information security and assurance. His research work has been published or in forthcoming more than 120 papers in refereed journals, peer-reviewed book chapters, and conference proceedings including Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, Communications of ACM, Communications of AIS, Decision Support Systems, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Electronic Market, IEEE IT Professional, Journal of Global Information Management, and International Journal of Mobile Communications, ICIS, HICSS, AMCIS, INFORMS, ICEC, ICA, and so on. He has been awarded the National Science Foundation CyberCorps: SFS grant for multi-years (2012-2015), 2012 Emerald management Review Citations of Excellence Awards, 2010 Best Published Paper Award in ISR, an Emerald Literati Network 2009 - Outstanding Paper Award, the ICIS 2003 Best Paper-First Runner-up Award, and the AMCIS 2005 Best Research Paper Award at AMCIS 2005. He was ranked at 22nd worldwide in terms of research productivity from year 2008 to 2010 based on top three leading IS journals: ISR, MISQ and JMIS. He was also a nominee and finalist of the Minnie Stevens Piper Teaching Award (2010-2011) at UHCL.
Professor of Information Technology and Decision Sciences.
Dr. Kevin Luo is the General Manager of Microsoft’s Asia R&D Group. He is responsible for all legal matters for the Group. The Asia R&D Group, headquartered in Beijing, is Microsoft’s largest R&D group outside the US. Dr. Luo is also responsible for China’s IP and security policy and he is also an Assistant General Counsel of Microsoft Corporation. Prior to the current responsibility, Dr. Luo was the Associate General Counsel for Patents for Microsoft’s Server and Tools Business, a US$16 billion business. Dr. Luo had also been the Director of IP Licensing, Senior Licensing Counsel, and the lead patent attorney for Windows Division at Microsoft. Before joining Microsoft in 1999, Dr. Luo had been in private practice with the former law firm of Pennie & Edmonds LLP in New York City for 7 years. Dr. Luo holds a J.D. from Fordham University Law School; Ph.D. and M.A. from Columbia University, both in electrical engineering. Dr. Luo graduated from Tsinghua University, Beijing with a B.S. in electrical engineering. He is the Vice Chairman of the Asia Practice Committee of the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO).
General Manager of Microsoft’s Asia R&D Group.
Professor of MIS at School of Business, Hanyang University
Professor Gyoo Gun Lim is currently a Professor of MIS at School of Business, Hanyang University. He received his Ph.D. in Management Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in 2001. Before joining the Hanyang faculty, he worked at Sejong University, Samsung Electronics, KT, and International Center for Electronic Commerce. His current research interests include innovative business models, Bright Internet, intelligent IT services. He wrote several books such as “e-Business Management”, “Management Information Systems” and his articles have been published in Information & Management and Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce etc. He received an award from Korea Ministry of Information and Communication for his contribution to Korea SW industry in 2007 and an award from Korea Ministry of Knowledge Economy for his contribution to Korea IT innovation in 2009. He is currently the chief editor of Journal of IT Services and a board member of several academic societies such the Korea Society of IT Service and Management Information Systems. He also successfully performed several ICT projects such as 1st Asia commercial Internet service, KORNET, China Shanghai Telecom SI strategy, KTI business strategy, Korea G2B e-government evaluation, Korea G4C performance analysis, Korea Information Security Index, Korea Military Informatization Index, IT innovation personnel fostering plan, National Digital Contents Identification plan, Copyright certification policy, Korea film infrastructure utilization plan, Korea SW policies and etc.
Professor of MIS at School of Business, Hanyang University
(1) Kai Ye, Jiayin Wang, Reyka Jayasinghe, Eric-Wubbo Lameijer, Joshua McMichael, Jie Ning, Michael McLellan, Mingchao Xie, Song Cao, Venkata Yellapantula, Kuan-lin Huang, Adam Scott, Steven Foltz, Beifang Niu, Kimberly Johnson, Matthijs Moed, P. Eline Slagboom, Feng Chen, Michael Wendl, Li Ding, Systematic discovery of complex indels in human cancers, Nature Medicine 22, Number 1, pp. 97-104, January 2016.
(2) Charles Lu*, Mingchao Xie*, Michael Wendl*, Jiayin Wang*, Michael McLellan*, Mark Leiserson*, Matthew Wyczalkowski, Reyka Jayasinghe, Kuan-lin Huang, Tapahsama Banerjee, Jie Ning, Piyush Tripathi, Qunyuan Zhang, Beifang Niu, Kai Ye, Heather Schmidt, Robert Fulton, Joshua McMichael, Prag Batra, Cyriac Kandoth, Maheetha Bharadwaj, Daniel Koboldt, Christopher Miller, Krishna Kanchi, James Eldred, David Larson, John Welch, Ming You, Brad Ozenberger, Ramaswamy Govindan, Matthew Walter, Matthew Ellis, Elaine Mardis, Timothy Graubert, John DiPersio, Timothy J. Ley, Rick Wilson, Paul Goodfellow, Benjamin Raphael, Feng Chen, Kimberly Johnson, Jeffrey Parvin, Li Ding, Patterns and functional implications of rare germline variants across 12 cancer types, Nature Communications 6, Article number: 10086, December 2015.
Professor, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China.
Daegon Cho is an assistant professor of information systems at College of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He is currently a Director of Bright Internet Research Center at KAIST. He received his Ph.D. from the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. Before joining KAIST in 2015, he worked at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) in 2014-2015. He received a Ph.D. in information systems from Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University. His research topics are information security & privacy (Bright ICT), economics of information systems, digital content and business analytics.
Assistant Professor,KAIST College of Business.
Fields of Research (FoR) Data Format not elsewhere classified ( 080499 ) Distributed Computing not elsewhere classified ( 080599 ) Information Systems not elsewhere classified ( 080699 ) Information and Computing Sciences not elsewhere classified ( 089999 ) Communications Technologies not elsewhere classified ( 100599 ) Business and Management not elsewhere classified ( 150399 ) Research interests I have three main themes of research 1. Broadband enabled rural and regional communities - Member of USQ Research Centre: Australian Centre for Sustainable Business and Development - http://www.usq.edu.au/acsbd 2.. Business analytics and big data enabling evidence based decision making in organisations in particular visualisation of data to improve decision making and interpretation of information - looking for PhD students interested in researching in this area which I think fit nicely with Healthcare, Security Incident Event Management (SIEM) and Energy Informatics 3. Information security - currently researching Information security awareness, software vulnerability disclosures, Trust and Privacy concerns in social networking sites
Senior Lecturer (Information Systems)
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