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Current students

Oday Aswad Portrait Oday Aswad

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PhD in Electronic Business: “An architectural framework for knowledge-intensive service systems” (working title)

Co-Supervision with Prof. Lise Boily


Alexander ChungPortrait Alex Chung

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PhD in Management: “A framework for personal learning health systems” (working title)

Co-Supervision with Prof. Pavel Andreev

Grants and awards:

  • Lilian and Swee Chua Goh Doctoral Scholarship, 2016


Portrait Daoyang XiaoDaoyang Xiao

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Master’s Thesis in E-Business Technology: “Modeling knowledge-intensive business service engagements” (working title)

 


Soumya Roy Portrait Soumya Roy

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Master’s Thesis in Management: “Competitive Advantage of Knowledge Intensive Service Providers: The Influence of Knowledge Processes”

Co-Supervision with Prof. Greg Richards

Grants and awards:

  • Telfer School of Management Research Grant, 2017
  • John de la Mothe Admission Scholarship, 2016
  • Telfer Research in Management Scholarship, 2016

Students who have completed their thesis

Wei Chen Li Portrait Wei Chen Li

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Master’s Thesis in Computer Science: “Supporting Pathology Process Management with Real-time Business Intelligence”, 2016

Co-Supervision with Prof. Daniel Amyot and Prof. Wojtek Michalowski

Thesis-related publications:

  • Lessard, L., Michalowski, M., Chen Li, W., Amyot, D., Halwani, F., Banerjee, D., 2016
    “Predictive Analytics to Support Real-Time Management in Pathology Facilities”, Proceedings, AMIA 2016 Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL, (Forthcoming).
  • Halwani, F., Li, W.C., Banerjee, D., Lessard, L., Amyot, D., Michalowski, W., Giffen, R., 2016
    “A real-time dashboard for managing pathology processes”, Journal of Pathology Informatics, 7(24): 35, May.

Chidinma Priscilla Okakwu

Master’s Thesis in E-Business Technology: “Knowledge Management systems support for Value Co-Creation in KIBS Engagement”, 2015

Grants:

  • Telfer School of Management Research Fund, 2014-2015

Thesis-related publications:

  • Lessard, L., Okakwu, P., 2016
    “Enablers and Mechanisms of Value Cocreation in Knowledge-Intensive Business Service Engagements: A Research Synthesis” Proceedings, 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2016), Kauai, HI, January (IEEE Computer Society).
  • Okakwu, C.P., Lessard, L., 2014
    “Knowledge Management System Support for Value Cocreation in KIBS”, Poster Session, CASCON 2014, Toronto, ON, November.

 

Students who have completed their Master’s project

Olufemi Ebenezer Adeniyi

Master’s Project in E-business Technologies: “Digital Customer Experience: A way to improve customer acquisition and retention”, 2016

Akinola Olasoji

Master’s Project in E-Business Technologies: “Should your business use a cloud-based ERP system?”, 2015

Kedi Zhao

Master’s Project in E-Business Technology: “Evaluating IT Service Management Frameworks for Knowledge Intensive Service Systems”, 2014

Undergraduate students who have worked on a research project with me

Marwan Kashef Portrait Marwan Kashef

Undergraduate research project part of “Refining and validating modeling requirements for improved value creation in KIBS engagements”, 2014

Grant:
University of Ottawa’s Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)

Project-related publication:

Kashef, M., Lessard, L., 2014
“Refining and validating modeling requirements for improved value creation in KIBS engagements”, Poster Session, Symposium PIRPC / UROP 2014, Ottawa, ON, March. Online at uO Research.

Contact: mkash065@uottawa.cahttps://ca.linkedin.com/in/mrmarwankashef

Cassy Aite

Undergraduate research project part of “Refining and validating modeling requirements for improved value creation in KIBS engagements”, 2014