Howe School Research Colloquia

Past Howe School research colloquia topics have included:  Crowdsourcing, Social Media, Business Process Modeling, Ethical Reasoning, Technology Sharing, Leadership Challenges, Healthcare Technology, Corporate Growth, Innovation & Technology, Model Calibration and Automated Trading, Optimizing Value from Big Data and many other relevant topic areas.

The Wesley J. Howe School of Technology’s Research Colloquia are public presentations open to the faculty, students and staff of the Stevens community as well as to the general public. The colloquia provide a unique opportunity for faculty, industry professionals and colleagues from other institutions to share their research in the areas of business and technology with the university community.

 

Howe School Research Colloquia

2013

Date

Guest Speaker

Title (click the title to see the abstract)

Jan 31Panagiotis Repoussis (Stevens)Multi-period Vehicle Routing Problems with Consistent Service Constraints
Feb 28Rongjuan Chen (Stevens)Perspective Matters: Sharing of Crisis Information in Social Media
Mar 21Gaurav Sabnis (Stevens)The Impact of Asymmetric Multi-Market Competition on Competitive Interactions of User-Generated Content
Apr 4Murad Mithani (Stevens)TBA
Apr 11Fang-Chun Liu (Stevens)TBA
Apr 18Vartuhi Tonoian (Stevens)TBA

2012

Date

Guest Speaker

Title (click the title to see the abstract)

Jan 26German Creamer (Stevens)Model Calibration and Automated Trading Agent for Euro-Futures
Feb 9Tal Ben-Zvi (Stevens)Healthcare Decisions and Performance: Can Accountable Care Organizations Deliver?
Feb 23Todd Gureckis (NYU)Follow Your Own Path: Exploring the Impact of Self-Directed Information Sampling on Learning
Mar 8Zvi Aronson (Stevens)Is there an Optimum Leader Personality Style for New Product Development Success? An Examination of Teams Developing Radical and Incremental Innovations
Mar 22Patricia Holahan (Stevens)Technology Acceptance under Contingent Authority Adoption Decisions
Mar 29Yegin Genc (Stevens)Discovering Context: Classifying Tweets through a Semantic Transform based on Wikipedia
Apr 5Karolina Glowacka (Stevens)Hierarchical Approach for Survivable Network Design
Apr 12Thomas Lechler (Stevens)Infusing Entrepreneurship Theory into the Project Management Discourse: Going beyond the Triple Constraint Paradigm
Apr 26Jim Corter (Columbia)Single, Multiple, and Repeated Decisions: Why They are Different