Information Systems Research Seminar Series
|2013-2014 Academic Year|
|Spring 2014 |
Please note the date, time, and room for each seminar speaker.
|Ritu Agarwal |
University of Maryland
|Tues, April 1st |
*Lunch at 12:15pm
|Physician Heal Thyself? Competency Traps, Expertise, and Changes in Decision Making After Information Shocks|
|Daniel Neill |
Carnegie Mellon University
|Thurs, April 3rd |
|Scaling Up Event and Pattern Detection to Big Data|
|Mykola Pechenizkiy |
Eindhoven University of Technology
|Tues, May 6th |
*Lunch at 12:15pm
|Context discovery and context integration in predictive Web analytics|
|Fall 2013 |
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Thursday afternoons from 4:00-5:30 pm.
|Paul Leonardi |
|Ambient Awareness: Using Social Media to Improve Accuracy of Organizational Metaknowledge|
|Peter Sheridan Dodds |
University of Vermont
|Measuring Happiness, Health, and Social Stories|
|Shawndra Hill |
University of Pennsylvania
|Talkographics: Using What Viewers Say Online to Calculate Audience Affinity Networks for Social TV-based Recommendations|
Information Systems Research Seminars are presented on Thursday afternoons from 4:00-5:30 pm in the Henry Kaufman Management Center. They are open on request.
Click on the link above for this years' speakers and topics. A list of topics and speakers from previous academic years is also available. Anyone interested in attending a seminar should contact Sharon Kim at 212-998-0810 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IS Brown Bag Lunch Seminar Series is held for Information Systems faculty and doctoral students as an avenue to discuss research by doctoral students as well as joint research between faculty and doctoral students. These discussions are an integral part of the IS doctoral program. They are attended by current students and faculty.