- Information Management,
- Cognitive Systems Engineering,
- Social Media,
- Collaborative Systems,
- Knowledge Management,
- Human-Computer Interaction,
- Intelligent systems,
Keiichi Nakata is Professor of Social Informatics at the Informatics Research Centre, Henley Business School at the University of Reading, UK. His main research interests lie at the interface between technology and people, in the areas of computer-supported collaborative work, cognitive systems engineering, and information systems. Recently he has been engaged in research into acceptance of pervasive systems, social media, and participatory systems. Prior to the current appointment, he was Dean of School of Information Technology at International University in Germany. His past appointments include Associate Professor at the Institute of Environmental Studies at the University of Tokyo, and Research Scientist at German National Research Centre for Information Technology. He obtained his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh, UK, and M.Eng. and B.Eng. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tokyo.
Information systems and digital business
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Data analytics strategy in business
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Management with Information Technology Project
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- BSc Management with Information Technology
Module convenor for:
- Informatics for E-Enterprise
- Research Methods
- Big Data in Business
Teaches in Business Informatics
- Information Management
- Cognitive Systems Engineering
- Social Media
- Collaborative Systems
- Knowledge Management
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Intelligent systems