Information Systems (IS)

Focuses on the role of information systems within broad topics of economics, behavioral and social issues, marketing, and healthcare. The Information Systems area of specialization operates under the Department of Decisions, Operations and Information Technologies. Please note that this area of specialization requires their doctoral students to complete the graduate-level microeconomics sequence and econometrics sequence at UMD’s Department of Economics. Applicants should have completed the equivalent of three semesters of calculus, a semester of linear algebra, and a semester in differential equations.

IS Faculty Coordinator: Siva Viswanathan

For additional information, please visit the DOIT academic department.



Abdullah Alhauli

Kuwait University

Mikhail Lysyakov

University of Rochester

Raveesh Mayya

New York University

Sabari Karmegam

George Mason University

Weiguang Wang

University of Rochester

Salman Aljazzaf

Kuwait University

Lanfei Shi

University of Virginia, McIntire School of Business

Aishwarya Deep Shukla

Simon Fraser University

Che Wei Liu

Indiana University

Dongwon Lee

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Yang Pan

Louisiana State University

Vickee Wolcott


Shannon Lantzy

Booze Allen Hamilton

Tianshu Sun

University of Southern California

Jorge Mejia

Indiana University

Keongtae Kim

City University of Hong Kong

Brad Greenwood

George Mason University

Shun Ye

George Mason University

Dobin Yim

Fordham University

Jiban Khuntia

University of Colorado, Denver

Yixin Qiu

Zerion Software

Jie Mein Goh

Simon Fraser University

Mingfeng Lin

University of Arizona

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