April 9, 2014
(Albuquerque, NM) The UNM Anderson School of Management will host the sixth annual Sino-US Advanced Workshop of Electronic Commerce on April 28-30, 2014. The workshop, sponsored by UNM and Xi'an Jiaotong University, China, is cross-disciplinary covering areas from computer science to information systems and service science.
The theme of the workshop is Big Data in eCommerce and will highlight two highly topical and important phenomena: services and big data. The featured keynote speaker is Dr. Zhangxi Lin from the Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University. Lin has served as the director of the Center for Advanced Analytics and Business Intelligence since 2007 and his recent research focuses on eCommerce, business analytics, open innovation, and online financial services.
The workshop will offer opportunities for government officials, local authorities, researchers and scholars, and industry people to exchange ideas and engine renovations. Topics that will be discussed include: internet finance, O2O eCommerce, IS security assurance, eCommerce Data integration, online targeted advertising, legislation issues in eCommerce, and cross-border eCommerce (this was recently launched in China).
Those interested in registering or looking for more information can go to: http://conference.mgt.unm.edu/e-commerce-china.
The workshop Chair is Dr. Qi Li, Vice President of China's higher education committee and professor of eCommerce at Xi'an Jiaotong University. Dr. Xin (Robert) Luo, Professor of Information Assurance and Management Information Systems at UNM Anderson, is the workshop coordinator. Learn more about the UNM Anderson School of Management at www.mgt.unm.edu.
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