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Management Information Systems

Doctoral Placements 2007-2014

The following list reflects placement information at time of graduation from the MIS program.


(at time of graduation)

Dissertation Title
Mary Burns Augusta State University Examining multiple stages of IS security behavior by end-users.
Katherine Carl Payne Brigham Young University Automated route generation for bicycle tours of the United States.
Yi-Da Chen Northeastern University The Dynamics of task-related discussion in the pursuit of radical innovation: Innovation project teams as interpretation systems
Jiese Cheng Google Information diffusion and influence propagation on social networks with marketing applications.
Yan Dang Northern Arizona University Theory-informed design and evaluation of web-based knowledge management systems.
Douglas Derrick University of Nebraska - Omaha Special-purpose, Embodied Conversational Intelligence with Environmental Sensors (SPECIES) agents: implemented in an automated interviewing kiosk.
Christopher B. Diller University of Nebraska at Omaha An exploration of distributed parallel sorting in GSS
Aaron Elkins BORDERS Research Center Vocalic markers of deception and cognitive dissonance for automated emotion detection systems
Kelly John Fadel Utah State University Infusion of information systems: The role of adaptation and individual cognitions.
Shaokun Fan City University, Hong Kong Three case studies on business collaboration and process management.
Tianjun Fu Google CSI in the Web 2.0 age: Data collection, selection, and investigation for knowledge discovery.
Justin Gibony SUNY Albany Development and application of an online tool for meta-analyses using design science principles.
Eyran Gisches University of Arizona Information effects on group behavior in networks.
Danning Hu City University of Hing Kong Modeling and predicting social network evolution for knowledge management.
Sean Humpherys West Texas A&M A system of deception and fraud detection using reliable linguistic cues including hedging, disfluencies, and repeated phrases.
Yousub Hwang University of Seoul Facilitating web service discovery and publishing: A theoretical framework, a prototype system, and evaluation.
Chang Heon Lee Samsung Life Insurance Dynamics of advice network and knowledge contribution: A longitudinal social network analysis
Noyan Ilk University of Arizona Essays on E-service management: Technical, operational and financial perspectives
Jeffrey Jenkins Brigham Young university Alleviating insider threats: Mitigation strategies and detection techniques
Matthew Lynn Jensen University of Oklahoma The effects of an expert system on novice and professional decision making with application In deception detection.
Brent Langhals U.S. Army Using eye and head based psychophysiological cues to enhance screener vigilance.
Jiexun (Jason) Li Drexel University Feature construction, selection and consolidation for knowledge discovery.
Xin Li City University of Hong Kong Graph-based learning for information systems.
Lin Lin Lehigh University Measuring customer online visiting behavior and its impact on purchase decision and profitability.
Manlu Liu

Rochester Institute of Technology

Community source as a new approach to enterprise application development: Exploration of technological and managerial issues.

Jun Liu University of Arizona W7 Model of Provenance and its application in the context of Wikipedia.
Ying Liu California State University Multi criterion market segmentation: A unified model, implementation and evaluation.
Hsin-min Lu National Taiwan University Surveillance in the information age:  Text quantification, anomaly detection, and empirical evaluation.
Jian Ma Pacific Leap, LLP People, processes and products: Case studies in open-source software using complex networks
Thomas Oliver Meservy University of Memphis Augmenting human intellect: Automatic recognition of nonverbal behavior with application in deception detection.
Kevin Moffitt Rochester Institute of Technology Toward enhancing automated credibility assessment: A model for question type classification and a tool for linguistic analysis.
Mark Patton University of Arizona Decision support for rapid assessment of truth and deception using automated assessment technologies and kiosk-based embodied conversational agents.
Matthew Pickard University of New Mexico Persuasive embodied agents: Using embodied agents to change people’s behavior, beliefs, and assessments
Jeffrey Proudfoot Bentley University Identifying deception using novel technology-based approaches to uncover concealed information
Jialun Qin University of Lowell Facilitating knowledge discovery by mining the content and link structure of the Web.

Surendra Sarnikar
Dakota State University Automating knowledge flows by extending conventional information retrieval and workflow technologies.
Robert P. Schumaker Iona College Knowledge acquisition, delivery and prediction through text mining.
Theo Sagita Song University of Toeldo Identity verification and conflict in distributed teams.
Nichalin Suakkaphong-Summerfield University of Arizona Games of decentralized inventory management.
Runpu (Aaron) Sun Google Using social media intelligence to support business knowledge discovery and decision making : Approaches and applications
Xiaoyun Sun City University of Hong Kong Dataflow analysis and workflow design in business process management
Nathan Twyman University of Arizona Automated human screening for concealed knowledge
Nicole Velasquez Pepperdine University An examination of work practices and tool use in high risk environments.
Wei Wei University of Arizona Utilizing social bookmarking tag space for web content discovery: A social Nnetwrok analysis approach.
Jerod Wilkerson Penn State University Closing the defect reduction gap between software inspection and test-driven development: Applying mutation analysis to iterative test-first programming.
Ping Yan Websense, Inc. Spatial-temporal data analytics and consumer shopping behavior modeling.
Ming Yuan Google An automatic classification approach to idea organization in group support systems.
Yiwan Zhang Fed Ex Channel preference of knowledge sourcing.
Yulei Zhang Nothern Arizona University Knowledge discovery in social media: Physical world, online world, and virtual world.
Ling Zhu Long Island University Institutional environment for B2B E-commerce adoption.
David Zimbra Santa Clara University Stakeholder and sentiment analysis in web forums

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