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Mina Niamaghsoodi is currently working toward her Bachelor'd Degree in Computer Science at Concordia University.
   Mina's areas of interest include software development project and e-negotiation.
  

 

Sadat Saeed is a computer science major student with option in Information System. He is involved in the development of a web based electronic negotiation system.
   Sadat's research interests are in the areas of web-based decision support systems, software engineering and e-commerce.
  

 

Farid Rassai is a student in Computer Science Mathematics and statistics at Concordia University. He is designing and developing a decision system support web based application. His research interest are in the areas of development and design of research methodologies to facilitate decision-making applications.   

 

Igor Perez is a software engineering student. He is involved in the development of a web based electronic negotiation system.
     His research interests include web-based decision support systems, software engineering, and e-commerce.

 

Steve Sisalith is a software engineering student. He is involved in the development of a web based electronic negotiation system.
     His research interests include web-based decision support systems, software engineering, and e-commerce.

 

Marius Magearu is an undergraduate student currently completing his Software Engineeering degree at Concordia University, Montreal Canada.
     His interests include software engineering, enterprise web applications, model driven design and user interface design.

 

Carissa Joy Boynton is working towards a business degree taking classes at Trinity Western University and the University College of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada.
    Carissa's research interests include: e-negotiation systems analysis, human resources management, and group decision processes.

 

Jonathan Neufeld is a computing science major with an interest in how people think and interact. Decided to take my eleven years of computing experience to eNegotiation, and see it meet its potential.
  

 


November 28, 2006