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Mazen El-Masri received his Masters in Computer Science from Concordia University in 2003. He is currently a Ph.D student at the Department of Decision Sciences and MIS, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal.
     Mazen's areas of interest include software development project risk management, negotiation platforms, culture and negotiation.

 

Forough Karimi is a Ph.D. student in the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Forough received her M.Sc. from the School of Management, University of Tehran.
     Forough's interests are in the areas of Knowledge Management, CRM and Application of Information Systems in Health Organizations.

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Réal Carbonneau received his M.Sc. from Concordia. He is a Mangement Science Ph.D. student at HEC Montréal under the “Chaire d’exploitation des données”. 
    His main interests are in automating semi-structured and unstructured business decision tasks using artificial intelligence and data mining techniques.
 

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Shikui Wu, received his M.Sc. from the School of Management, University of Ottawa. He is a doctorate student at the Department of Decision Sciences and MIS, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal.
    Shikui's interests are in the areas of e-business and software engineering for various infomation systems, expert systems and intelligent agents systems.

 

Stefan Seifert studied economics and business engineering at the University of Karlsruhe and the University of Oregon, Eugene. He works at the University of Karlsruhe's Institute for Information Management and Systems and focuses in his research on the application of game and auction theory.
     Stefan graduated in 2005! Congratulations!

 

Eva Chen received her M.Sc. from Concordia in 2003. She is a doctorate student at the Department of Decision Sciences and MIS, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal.
    Eva's interests include development of applications for e-commerce, e-marketplace, e-negotiations and intelligent agents.
 

 

Adrian Paschke received his Master's from Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen/Nuernberg. Since February 2003 he is with the Roland Berger & o2 Chair of Internet Information Systems in the Institute of Informatics of the Technical University of Munich.
    Adrian's interests include supply chain management, distributed systems, heterogeneous information systems, database systems, agent technology, and semantic web.
 

 

Christine Kiss received in 2002 her Master's degree in Information Systems from the Technical University of Vienna. She is worOctober 17, 2006atics of the Technical University of Munich.
    Christine's interests include data warehousing, process measurement and data mining.
  

 

Alexander Pikovsky received his diploma in Financial and Economic Mathematics from the Technical University of Munich. Since April 2003 he is working on his Ph.D. at the Roland Berger & o2 Chair of Internet Information Systems, Institute of Informatics of the Technical University of Munich.
   Alexander's research interests include electronic auctions, combinatorial auctions and integer optimization.

 

Frank Köhne received his diploma in Information Systems from the University of Münster, Germany in 2002. He is working towards his Ph.D. at the Chair of Information Systems I, University of Hohenheim, Germany.
   Frank's research interests include electronic negotiation systems, knowledge based systems and human computer interactions.
  

 

Dirk Staskiewicz received his diploma in Computer Science from the Technical University of Aachen. He is working towards his Ph.D. at the Chair of Information Systems I, University of Hohenheim, Germany.
    Dirk's research interests include electronic markets, e-negotiations, negotiation support systems, multi agent systems and auctions.
  

 

Marina Sokolova has a Master's degree, and several published papers, in Machine Learning. She now works towards a Ph.D. in Natural Language Processing at the School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada.
   Marina's main interest is the language of negotiation, with the emphasis of automated linguistic analysis.
   Marina graduated in 2005!! Congratulations!

 

Ofir Turel is a Ph.D. candidate at Michael G. DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University. He holds an MBA degree in technology management and a B.Sc degree in industrial engineering.
     His research interests include mobile services, human computer interaction and electronic negotiations.
 

 

Eva-Maria Pesendorfer is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Organization and Planning at the University of Vienna, Austria. She received an MBA in Social and Economic Sciences from the University of Vienna.
    Her research interests are quantitative and qualitative analysis of e-negotiations.
 

 

Jesus Rios is a Ph.D. student in computer sciences and mathematical modeling who is working in Bayesian methods for group decision support. He is a teaching assistant at the Statistics and Decision Sciences area of Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain.
    He is collaborating in the project "Towards electronics democracy: Internet based complex decision support" financed by the European Science Foundation.
    Jesus graduated in May 2006!! Congratulations!

 


October 17, 2006