HANI SAFADI—RESUME Position Assistant Professor in MIS, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia Telephone +1 201-­‐932-­‐5232 Email [email protected] Web www.linkedin.com/in/hanisafadi EDUCATION 2009-­‐2014 Ph.D. in Information Systems Management, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (GPA 3.92/4.0) Dissertation title: Knowledge creation in health IT online communities Committee members: Prof. Samer Faraj (advisor), Prof. Alain Pinsonneault, Prof. Christiane Demers 2006-­‐2008 M.Sc. in Computer Science, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (GPA 4.0/4.0) nd
2001-­‐2006 B.Eng. in Computer Engineering, University of Damascus, Syria (2 on the faculty) WORK HISTORY 2015-­‐ Assistant Professor in MIS, Terry College of Business, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA 2014-­‐2015 Visiting Assistant Professor in Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1 Castle Point Terrace, Hoboken, NJ 07030 USA RESEARCH INTERESTS New Forms of Organization • Social media • Open innovation • Online communities • Large scale collaboration • Impact of IT on social movements Health Information Technology • Open-­‐source Health IT • Health IT workarounds • Electronic medical records • Open innovation in healthcare • Impact of IT on medical practice Methodological Interests • Network analysis • Big data analytics • Information visualization • Natural language processing • Computational social science PUBLISHED JOURNAL PAPERS 2015 2014 The Emergence of Online Community Leadership. Information Systems Research (ISR), 26(1), 165–187. Doi:10.1287/isre.2014.0562 joint work with Prof. Samer Faraj and Prof. Steven Johnson Open-­‐Source Health Information Technology: A Case Study of Electronic Medical Records. Health Policy and Technology (HPT) doi:10.1016/j.hlpt.2014.10.011, joint work with Prof. Samer Faraj, Dr. David Chan, Dr. Mark Roper, and Dr. Martin Dawes JOURNAL PAPERS UNDER REVIEW 2015 2015 Doctor Contribution in Healthcare Open-­‐Source Communities The Emergence of Grassroots Framing in a Crisis: Tweeting the Oil Spill PUBLISHED CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PAPERS 2015 2015 2014 2014 Emmanuelle Vaast, Hani Safadi, and Lisa Cohen: The Distributed Construction of an Occupational Community with Social Media, in ICIS 2015 International Conference on Information Systems Samer Faraj and Hani Safadi: Technological change and the continuity of care, the 2015 Academy of Management Meeting Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: The Power of Words Online: Explaining Tie Formation of New Members in Open-­‐Source Online Communities, the 2014 Academy of Management Meeting Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: A Local Perspective on Online Collaboration in Open Source Communities, IFIP Working Group 8.2 AOM Workshop on Information Systems and Organization 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2009 2008 2006 2006 Diego Mastroianni, Samer Faraj, and Hani Safadi: Knowledge Creation Practices in a Healthcare Collaborative Work Community, 12th International Open and User Innovation Workshop Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: Toward a Local Perspective on Online Collaboration, Collective Intelligence 2014. arXiv preprint arXiv:1406.2977 Emmanuelle Vaast , Hani Safadi, Liette Lapointe, and Bogdan Negoita: Grassroots versus established actors' framing of a crisis: Tweeting the oil spill, the 2014 Academy of Management Meeting Emmanuelle Vaast , Liette Lapointe, Bogdan Negoita, and Hani Safadi: #BPoilspill: Grassroots Framing In A Crisis Through Microblogging, the 2013 Colloquium of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS 2013), July 2013, Montreal, QC Hani Safadi: General Laws of IS Use, ASAC 2013 -­‐ the 56th annual conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC). Calgary, AB – June 2013 Emmanuelle Vaast , Liette Lapointe, Bogdan Negoita, and Hani Safadi: Stakeholders’ Use of Microblogging to Engage in Emotion Strategies During a Crisis, ICIS 2012 -­‐ International Conference on Information Systems, Orlando, Florida -­‐ USA -­‐ December 16 -­‐ 19, 2012 Emmanuelle Vaast , Bogdan Negoita, and Hani Safadi : Symbolic action through microblogging during and after a crisis: Tweeting the oil spill – the 2012 Academy of Management Meeting, August 3-­‐7, Boston, Massachusetts Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: Rethinking IS Workarounds: Lessons from Open-­‐Source Healthcare IT, 10th International Open and User Innovation Workshop. Boston, Massachusetts, August 1-­‐2 2012 Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: IT in Healthcare: an Integrative Study of Organizational Change, AMCIS 2011 -­‐ Americas Conference on Informaction Systems. Detroit, USA – August 2011 Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: Customizations and Workarounds during the Implementation of an Open-­‐Source Electronic Medical Record System, ASAC 2011 -­‐ the 54th annual conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. Montreal, QC – July 2011 Hani Safadi, Steven Johnson and Samer Faraj: Organizational Identification in Online Communities, ASAC 2011 -­‐ the 54th annual conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. Montreal, QC – July 2011 Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: The Role of Workarounds during an Open-­‐Source Electronic Medical Record System Implementation, ICIS 2010 -­‐ International Conference on Information Systems, Saint Louis, Missouri -­‐ USA -­‐ December 12 -­‐ 15, 2010 Hani Safadi and Samer Faraj: Impact of Open-­‐Source Software in Adopting and Implementing Electronic Medical Record Systems, Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Regina, SK, Canada, 2010 Aarthy Reddy, Richard Rose, Hani Safadi, Samuel Larkin and Gilles Boulianne: Incorporating Knowledge of Source Language Text in a System for Dictation of Document Translations. In The Twelfth Machine Translation Summit. Ottawa, Canada Hani Safadi, Richard Rose, and Doina Precup: Crosslingual Implementation of Linguistic Resources and Tools. In the 32 Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (APLA) conference, Nov 2008, Halifax, Canada Bilal Alsallakh and Hani Safadi: AraPen: an Arabic Online Handwriting Recognition System. In ICTTA '06 the 2nd IEEE International Conference On Information and Communication Technologies Hani Safadi, Oumayma Aldakkak, and Nada Ghneim: Computational Methods to Vocalize Arabic Texts (Arabic TTS — Status & problems). In the Second Workshop on Internationalizing SSML, Crete, Greece OTHER PUBLICATIONS 2010 2008 2007 Hani Safadi: Open-­‐Source Software and Health Information Technology: The Impact of Open-­‐Source Software in Adopting and Implementing Electronic Medical Record Systems, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-­‐3838326771 Hani Safadi: Crosslingual Implementation of Linguistic Taggers using Parallel Corpora, Master Thesis, ISBN: 978-­‐0557448098 Hani Safadi and Jean-­‐François Crespo: Query Reformulation with Query Logs and Statistical Machine Translation, Yahoo! Research Article GRANTS AND AWARDS 2014 2014-­‐2015 2013-­‐2014 2012-­‐2013 2012-­‐2013 AOM 2014 best paper award: Grassroots versus established actors' framing of a crisis Rathlyn Foundation PHD Fellowship, Value: $5,000 McGill Merit Reward, Value: $12,000 Hian Siang Chan PHD Fellowship, Value: $6,000 Contributed to writing SSHRC insight grant with Prof. Samer Faraj and Prof. Emmanuelle Vaast. Title: “Complex Collaboration in Communities of Innovation”. The proposal was ranked 1st out of 90 applications in Committee 435-­‐3C and was awarded $189,409 2011-­‐2014 Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la société et la culture (FQRSC) Doctoral Fellowship ($20,000) 2011-­‐2013 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship ($40,000) 2010 PhD Student Conference Travel Funding Grant, Value: $1,000 2010 McGill Provost’s Graduate Fellowship, Value: $500 2009 McGill Recruitment Excellence Fellowship, Value: $5,000 2009 McGill Doctoral Program Entrance Fellowship, Value: $15,000 2008 Alma Mater Student Travel Grant, McGill University, Value: $750 2008 Departmental Funding, McGill University, Value: $15,000 2007 Differential Fee Waiver, McGill University, Value: $4,200 TEACHING EXPERIENCE 2015 2014 2014 2013 2012 2009-­‐2011 2008 2007 2006-­‐2007 Instructor for MIS 630: Data and Knowledge Management 3.91 /4 Instructor of BIA 658: Social Networks Analytics. Teacher evaluation 3.8 / 4 Instructor for MIS 630: Data and Knowledge Management. Teacher evaluation 3.7 / 4 Received Faculty of Management’s Excellence in Teaching Award Lecturer for INSY 437: Managing Data & Databases. Teacher evaluation 4.26 / 5 Teaching assistant for MGCR 331: Introduction to Information Systems (three sessions) Teaching assistant for COMP 250: Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures Completed Tomlinson Graduate Teaching Workshop Teaching assistant for COMP 202: Introduction to Programming in Java (two sessions) WORK EXPERIENCE 2010-­‐2013 Data integration developer at Queen Elizabeth Health Complex in Montreal: supporting and implementing a multi-­‐clinic Open-­‐Source Electronic Medical System 2008-­‐2009 Web developer at McGill University: Improving the visibility of the graduate school new website and optimizing it for search engines (SEO) 2007 Research engineer with Yahoo!, Montreal, Canada: Using statistical machine translation technology to enhance user query experience in Yahoo! Answers 2005 Developer with Arexera Information Technology, Munich, Germany: Adaptation of Arexera’s search engine technologies to Arabic COMMUNITY SERVICE 2016 2016 2015 2010-­‐2015 2014 2010-­‐2011 2007-­‐ Associate Editor for OCIS division at AOM 2016 Associate Editor for for Human Behaviors and IS track at ICIS 2016
IFIP8.2 OASIS 2015 conference chair Reviewer for MISQ, ISR, HPT, AOM, ASAC, AMCIS and ICIS Committee member for The First International Workshop on Privacy and Security in HealthCare Elected VP External for DDSS (Desautels Doctoral Student Society) Member of Association for Information Systems (AIS), Academy of Management (AOM), Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMMING CERTIFICATES Sun Certified Java Associate and Sun Certified Java Programmer for the Java Standard Platform 5.0 LANGUAGES Arabic (native speaker), English (excellent command), French (very good command), German (good command) ACADEMIC REFERENCES Samer Faraj Alain Pinsonneault Emmanuelle Vaast Professor, PHD Program Director, Canada Research Chair in Technology & Healthcare, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University 514-­‐398-­‐1531 [email protected] James McGill Professor, Imasco chair of Information Systems, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University 514-­‐398-­‐4905 [email protected] Associate Professor, Information Systems Area Coordinator, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University 514-­‐233-­‐6404 [email protected] PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES Dr. Mark Roper Jean-­‐François Crespo Hermann Havermann Director of Primary Care, MUHC Department of Family Medicine, Manager of Queen Elizabeth GMF, Montreal, Canada [email protected] Staff Software Engineer, Google, California, USA [email protected] CEO of MITSCo-­‐Seekport FZ-­‐LLC in Dubai, UAE [email protected] 
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