Parent institution:

Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Area of ​​expertise:

Collaboration Technologies, Priming Nonconscious Cognition, Data Communications, The Internet

About the lecturer:

Alan Dennis is a Professor of Information Systems and John T. Chambers Chair of Internet Systems at Kelley School of Business (Indiana University), department of Operations and Decision Technologies.

He has acquired his PhD in Business Administration from University of Arizona in 1991. Prior to that, he has got a MBA from Queen's University (1984) and BS in Computer Science from Acadia University (1982).

In business, Alan is currently a Co-Founder of NameInsights. Before he has been associated as Co-Founder with Courseload Inc. (2005-2015) and TCBWorks (1995-1997). In 1977 he has worked as Programmer Analyst for the Government of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown.

Today he is also a Fellow and Vice President for Conferences at the Association for Information Systems and Editor in Chief of AIS Transactions on Replication Research. Throughout his professional and academic life, Alan has received numerous  and prestigious awards, prizes and certificates for exceptional contributions.

Previous experience:

NameInsights, Courseload, TCBWorks