I’m a doctoral candidate of Management Information Systems at the Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst (expected grad: Spring 2017) . I currently carry out research on how affective evaluations influence different aspects of user performance on computing tasks. Because technology is increasingly being adopted in the workplace and private lives, I research how various emotional reactions can help or hurt an individual’s outcomes from using technology. I also carry out research that applies machine learning algorithms, network analysis and natural language processing methods to analyze new and interesting structured/unstructured datasets.
I teach Business Intelligence and Analytics to Juniors and Seniors (Operation and Information Management Majors/Minors) at the Isenberg School of Management, a top 40 ranked undergraduate business school. I will be joining the faculty of Florida International University, Miami in the Fall of 2017 as an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics.
Lastly, I also consult on IT strategy, data analytics, and IT public policy.