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Dr Babis Theodoulidis

Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer in Information Management

Main research areas: modelling, analysis and management of service systems. In particular, he investigates the design of service-based information systems, the temporal and spatial aspects of information, the analysis of information using data and text mining techniques (service analytics) with focus on customer analytics, the visualisation of information, and service information management issues within organisations such as information retention, audit and ownership.

Over the recent years, he has investigated information management issues within financial markets and especially, the role of algorithmic trading and high frequency trading and their implications. He has also investigated information management issues within the context of marketing and especially, customer feedback management.

Division: 
Research
Sustainability enthusiast?: 
No
Interdisciplinary themes: 
Economy
Education
Engagement

Connections

Course

Business Team Project 1

Team work involves an analysis of the University's carbon profile; sustainability a key theme of the project, with practical focus on problem-solving

Course

Business Team Project 2

Team work involves an analysis of the University's carbon profile; sustainability a key theme of the project, with practical focus on problem-solving