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Where business and science meet

The MSIS Department is blessed with accomplished, internationally known scholars, including two OSU Regents Professors. The faculty publish their impactful research in the top academic journals in the field, primarily in data science/analytics, security and information assurance and applied information systems. Specialty areas worth noting include healthcare analytics, sports analytics, data privacy protection, organizational impacts of security policy, among others. 
View the Department of Management Science and Information Systems' complete compilation of faculty research for the 2020-2021 school year in the Research Abstract Report 2021. 

Applied information systems

Bryan Hammer

Privacy, security, network analysis

Corey Baham

Agile/agility, software development, systems recovery, information systems strategy

Jeretta Nord

Internet of things, IoTs, privacy, security, trust, IoT research model, big data analytics, data analytics, talent quality, management level, performance

Kim Strom

Visualization, information systems education

Mark Weiser

Security, analytics, visualization

Data science/analytics

Ali Amiri

Optimization, mathematical programming, telecommunications, facility location, database design, analytics

Ali Bagheri

Management science, operations research, business analytics, artificial intelligence, data-driven decision making, operations, management, healthcare, energy

Chenzhang Bao

Economic value of health IT, health informatics, healthcare analytics, value-based care

Dursun Delen

Healthcare analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing

Rathin Sarathy

Privacy, inferential security, statistical modeling, structural equation modeling

Ramesh Sharda

Data science, health analytics, design science

Rick Wilson

Sports analytics, optimization practice, information systems education

Security/information assurance

Jim Burkman

Security, quantitative research methods, information systems education

David Biros

Information security, stewardship, artificial intelligence, internet of things

Jin Kyu Lee

Socio-technical factors for information security enhancing behaviors, balance of information security and convenience

Andy Luse

Security, quantitative research methods, information systems education

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