Ph.D. - Business Administration
University of Pittsburgh - 1990
Ph.D - Business Adminsistration
Joseph M Katz Graduate School of Business - 1990
Post Graduate Diploma - Management
Indian Institute of Management - 1986
Bachelor of Technology - Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology - 1984
Value of Information Sharing and Returns Policies in Supply Chains. With X. Yue. European Journal of Operations Research. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
The Value of Information Sharing in a Multi-product supply chain with product substitution. With M. Ganesh, and C. Rajendran. IIE Transactions. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
Strategic IT Investments: The Impact of Switching Cost and Declining IT Cost. With D. Demirhan, and V. Jacob. Management Science. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
Impact of Configuration on the Value of Information Security Technologies: The case of firewalls and intrusion detection systems. With H. Cavusoglu. Information Systems Research. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
Information Sharing in Supply Chains. With B. Mishra, and X. Yue. Production and Operations Management. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
Decision Theoretic and Game Theoretic Approaches to IT Security Investments. With W. Yue. Journal of MIS. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
Waiting Time Policies for Intrusion Detection Systems. With H. Ogut. INFORMS Journal on Computing. 20.1 2008: 112-123. 2008 - Publication
Efficiency of Vulnerability Disclosure Mechanisms in Disseminating Vulnerability Knowledge. With H. Cavusoglu. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. 33. 3. (2007): 171-185. 2007 - Publication
A Bayesian Decision Model in the Existence of Faking. Workshop on Information Technology and Systems (WITS 2007). Montreal, Canada: December, 2007. 2007 - Publication
Credible Exchange of Information in Supply Chains: Incentives for Information Distortion. With B. Mishra, and X. Yue. IIE Transactions. 39. 9. (2007): 863-877. 2007 - Publication
The Indian Institute of Technology [2004–2005]
University of Texas at Dallas [2001–Present]
University of Texas at Dallas [1999–2001]
Visiting Senior Fellow
National University of Singapore, Singapore [1997–1998]
Bowling Green State University [1995–1999]
Bowling Green State University [1990–1995]
University of Pittsburgh [1989–1990]
National Institute of Information Technology, Madras, India [1986–1986]
PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS
Best Paper Award, The Secure Knowledge Management Workshop (SKM) 2006 Finalist for Best Paper Award, WITS 2004 Best Paper Award, WITS 2003 Finalist for Best Paper Award, ICIS 2003
Finalist, Outstanding Graduate Faculty award, Bowling Green State University, 1997.
Good International Business Scholar Award, College of Business Administration, Bowling Green State University, 1997.
Robert A Patton Scholarly Achievement Award, Bowling Green State University, 1994.
PH.D. STUDENTS SUPERVISED
Hulusi Ogut, Graduated in Summer 2006, Initial Placement: Tobb University of Economics and Technology, 2006.
Huseyin Cavusoglu, Graduated in Summer 2003, Initial Placement: Tulane
Didem Demirhan, Graduated in Fall 2002, Initial Placement: UNLV
Xiaohang Vue, Graduated in Summer 2002, Initial Placement: Wisconsin at Milwaukee
As part of committees:
Developed and introduced a new undergraduate specialization "Information Systems Audit and Control" in 1997. The specialization, perhaps the first of its kind in the country, blends information systems and accounting topics in a unique way to satisfy the requirements for the IS Auditing profession. (BGSU)
Developed and introduced the Accounting Information Systems track in the Master of Accountancy program. (BSGU)
Introduced new courses in Client/Server Application Development, and IS Auditing and Control at the undergraduate and graduate levels. (BGSU)
Restructured the MBA program to include integrated core courses, flexibility in elective courses, and unique culminating experiences. (BGSU)
Big data keeps getting bigger — and companies need more people who can make sense of it.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management
is introducing a master’s of science in business analytics
degree this fall to meet a growing need for employees who can analyze data in a range of industries.
The new 36-credit hour program can prepare students for careers in analyzing the increasing volumes of data that businesses collect through website traffic, social media and electronic health care records. Data analysts use the information to help companies improve efficiency, make better decisions about future sales and identify their most likely customers.
An attempt to set a trans-Atlantic jetliner aflame above Detroit on Christmas Day has revived a simmering airline security debate.
Researchers at UT Dallas say new ways of using passenger profiling with screening devices could strengthen security and minimize passenger concerns about convenience and privacy in the wake of that incident.
Dr. Huseyin Cavusoglu and Dr. Srinivasan Raghunathan, information systems professors at the School of Management
, reached that conclusion after taking a recent look at the value of passenger profiling.