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Notice about the 39th Lecture in HNUC Lushan Forum: Big Data Research in Management and Business: Initial Studies and Findings

2016-11-23 16:17:31

Theme: Big Data Research in Management and Business: Initial Studies and Findings

Speaker: Professor Huang Wei

Time: October 8, 2016 at 10:30 (Saturday)

Place: F201 of Lezhi Building (No. 3 Teaching Building)

Introduction of the Speaker: Huang Wei, the Yangtze River scholar professor of Ministry of Education and distinguished expert of national “Thousands of People Plan”. Director of School of Management of Xi’an Jiaotong University, professor and doctoral supervisor. Director of Reform Experimental Exploration and Assessment Collaborative Innovation Center of China co-builded by National Development and Reform Commission and Xi’an Jiaotong University. Lifetime professor of both Department of Harvard University and Department of Management Information System of School of Business of Ohio University. He has taught in many famous research universities located in United States of America, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and China. Professor Huang Wei has conducted in-depth study in areas based on new generation of CMC, GSS, big data management and quality of data, E-government and E-commerce, IT and service outsourced, and IT/IS management etc. His research achievements in Information System area include: ten more academic books were published in America and Germany; 120 more academic papers were published on International journals like MIS Quarterly which is the No. 1 journal in international information system area and many other top journals like Journal of MIS, IEEE Transactions, Communications of ACM, ACM transactions and European Journal of Information Systems, etc. His research achievement have been cited more than 1700 times, even cited by ten international top journals like Management Science, Operations Research, MIS quarterly, Information Systems Research and Journal of MIS more than 100 times. Factor H is 22.

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