Computational Social Science Workshophttps://weatherhead.case.edu/events/2022/10/03/computational-social-science-workshop
Join a research workshop featuring a panel of leading scholars who will present state-of-the-art computational management research projects utilizing advanced data analytics tools to study complex organizational problems. They will share their own experiences of conducting computational research, sharing tips and research strategy. It will end with a facilitated discussion on how you might use advanced computational tools to upgrade your own research portfolio. This is an in-person event. Lunch will be provided. The event is co-sponsored by the Department of Design & Innovation and xLab at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University and the Department of Information Technology, Analytics, and Operation at the Mendoza School of Business, University of Notre Dame.
- Youngjin Yoo, Faculty Director of xLab, Case Western Reserve University
- Kalle Lyytinen, Director of DBA, Chair of Design and Innovation department at Case Western Reserve University
- Nicholas Berente, Professor, IT Analytics and Operations, University of Notre Dame
- Jan Recker, Nucleus Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation, University of Hamburg
- Ahmed Abbasi, Joe and Jane Giovanini Professof of IT, Analytics and Operations, University of Notre Dame
- Corey Angst, Professor of IT, Analytics and Operations, University of Notre Dame
- Yoonseock Son, Assistant Professor, IT, Analytics and Operations, University of Notre Dame
- Aaron Schecter, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Management and Information Systems, University of Georgia
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