- Assistant Professor of Information Systems
PhD. Business Administration, Stevens Institute of Technology
M.S. Engineering and Technology Innovation Management, Carnegie Mellon University
B.Sc. Digital Systems, University of Piraeus
Areas of Interest
* Collective Innovation
* Online Collaboration
* Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
* Open & User Innovation
* 3D Printing
* Social Networks
* Open Source Hardware
His research interests include collective innovation, computer-supported cooperative work and crowdsourcing. Specifically, he examines how people in open innovation communities can be better coordinated. The focal point of his current research is the evolution of open hardware designs from a social and information network perspective. He is also interested in the reuse parameters of innovation processes.
Most recently, his research won the best dissertation award from Stevens School of Business and the first place in the INFORMS poster competition from among more than 170 participants. Part of his work has been accepted for publication at MIS Quarterly and has been presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), the Open Hardware Summit and the World Maker Faire.