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Dr. Nui Vatanasakdakul

Associate Teaching Professor in the Information Systems Program at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q)

AffiliationCarnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q)
LanguagesEnglish, Thai

Dr. Nui Vatanasakdakul is an associate teaching professor in the Information Systems program at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. Her areas of expertise include IS adoption, utilization and success, social and culture in IS research, IT auditing and risk management, innovation and tech entrepreneurship, social commerce, sustainability and green IS, accounting information systems and IS education.

Dr. Vatanasakdakul has 10 years of experience in the tenure-track position as senior lecturer in information systems at Macquarie University, Australia. From 2002 to 2007, she taught at various Australian universities including University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and University of Wollongong. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Vatanasakdakul has worked as an IT consultant for Deloitte.

During the past 15 years, Dr. Vatanasakdakul has established an active research program in the areas of global and socio-cultural IS utilization and success, strategic fit and IS transfer to Asia, IS risk management and governance, and IS education. She has experiences in supervising Ph.D., Master and Bachelor research students to completion in the IS domain, and was invited to be a Ph.D. thesis examiner for over ten theses worldwide.

Dr. Vatanasakdakul is the author of over 50 international peer-reviewed journal, conference and book publications. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Global of Information Technology Management, International Journal of Information Technology and Management, Studies in Higher Education, International Journal of Educational Management and in leading IS conferences.

Dr. Vatanasakdakul holds a Ph.D. in information systems from the University of New South Wales, where she received a prestigious Australian Postgraduate Scholarship Award (2004 to 2007).