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|Warren Adis (PhD Columbia University, 1977)
Associate Professor of Information Systems.
Teaches courses in Telecommunications, Networks and Database Management. Research interests include networks and database management. He is the faculty moderator for the IS student organization. He was formerly a Director of MIS for an organization.
|Shoshana S. Altschuller (PhD, CUNY/Baruch College, Information Systems)
Teaches courses in Management Information Systems and E-Commerce Strategy. Her main research interests relate to the media characteristics of computer-mediated communication systems, the interactions within and management of virtual teams, and the nature of trust within virtual environments. Her other research interests include E-Commerce and Information Systems Ethics. She also has experience in systems development in the financial industry.
|Vincent J. Calluzzo (PhD, Polytechnic Institute of New York, Operations Research)
Teaches courses in Internet Applications Development, Client/Server and 4GL. Research interests include investment strategies and visual basic applications development. Installed numerous local area networks ,configured hardware and software systems and is responsible for maintaining the department's computer network in Hagan Hall.
|Charles J. Cante (PhD, City University of New York, Chemistry; CQE)
Teaches courses in Production and Operations Management. Has experience in general management of many Operations Management functions. Research interests include improvement of the interface of Technical Research with Operations Management functions.
|Kurt J. Engemann (PhD, New York University, Operations Research)
Teaches courses in Decision Support Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Applied Statistics and Global Information Systems. His research and consulting concentrates on the development of information systems and models to support business executives. He has authored several papers which have appeared in prestigious publications.
|Donald R. Moscato (PhD,Columbia University,
Production Systems Management; CDP, Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals)
Teaches courses in Audit and Control of Computer Systems, e-Commerce Strategy, Corporate Planning Models,Internet Security and Privacy, Information and Decision Technology in Sports, Entertainment and Gaming and Management Information Systems. Research and consulting interests include the development of financial planning and analysis systems, electronic monitoring and privacy issues, computer auditing and IT architecture strategy. Dr. Moscato has over thirty years of experience in information systems and related areas and has published throughout that period.
|Robert J. Richardson (PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Systems Management and Operations Research)
Teaches courses in Telecommunications, Marketing Models and Total Quality Management. He brings twenty years of corporate experience that included the development of data analysis and information systems to support marketing, sales, finance, R&D and operations. His research interests include pricing evaluation systems, bidding systems, scheduling systems and territory realignment analysis. He has an impressive array of research activity. He is coordinator of the department's internship program.
|Heechang Shin (PhD, Rutgers University, Information Technology)
Teaches courses in Management Information Systems and Database Management. Research interests include information security & privacy, data mining, and mobile/spatial databases. He is also interested in interdisciplinary research, such as the application of data mining to economic data analysis. He has published articles in refereed international journals including Journal of Computer Security and Computers & Security, and has presented papers at numerous international conferences. He won the third prize in a research poster contest in "Spring'08 North East DB/IR Day" held at Columbia University, NYC in 2008.
|Ore A. Soluade (PhD, Polytechnic University, Operations Research)
Teaches courses in Production/Operation Management, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems, Applied Statistics and Quantitative Models. His research and consulting focuses on the statistical analysis for telecommunications management and facility location algorithms. He has authored papers on total quality management and optimization procedures.
|Ronald R. Yager (PhD, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Systems Sciences)
Teaches courses in Expert Systems for Business and Database Management. He is director of the Machine Intelligence Institute of Iona College. Has served on the National Science Foundation as director of the Information Systems Program. An internationally acclaimed scholar, he serves as editor of international journals and has written several books and has over one hundred articles in the areas of the management of uncertainty, theories of knowledge representation, fuzzy sets, and possibility theory. Among his current research interests is the development of intelligent agents for use on the Internet.
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Oredola A. Soluade
Teaches courses in Production and Operations Management, Information Systems, and Statistics. Research interests include Stochastic Service Systems, Speech Technology, and Quality Assurance. He brings several years of corporate experience in Telecommunications Technology. His research spans Mathematical Modeling and Data Mining.