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Dissertation news at the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems - University of Jyväskylä

Dissertation news at the Department of Computer Science and Information Systems- University of Jyväskylä

JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 16.12.2017 Barriers to Open E-Learning in Public Administrations (Stoffregen)
M.Sc. Julia Stoffregen defends her doctoral dissertation in Computer Science "Barriers to Open E-Learning in Public Administrations". Opponent Dr. Markus Deimann (Lübeck University of Applied Sciences) and custos Research Professor Jan Pawlowski (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 9.12.2017 Ph. Lic.(Econ) Panu Moilanen (Faculty of Information Technology, Information Systems Science)
Ph. Lic.(Econ) Panu Moilanen defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science "Kannustin, koriste ja liikkujan kaveri - Tutkimus liikuntateknologian käyttäjyydestä". Opponent Professor Saara Taalas (Linnaeus University, Sweden) and custos Research Professor Lauri Frank (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 11.11.2017 Implementing Structured Document Production to Support Enterprise Content Management (Nurmeksela)
M.Sc. (Econ) Reija Nurmeksela defends her doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science ”Implementing Structured Document Production to Support Enterprise Content Management”. Opponent Professor Tero Päivärinta (Luleå University of Technology, LTU, Sweden) and custos Professor Airi Salminen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 20.12.2016 Employees’ personal internet usage at work is not necessarily detrimental to job performance (Jiang)
M.Sc. Hemin Jiang defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science "Employee Personal Internet Usage in the Workplace". Opponent Dr. Greta L. Polites, Department of Management & Information Systems, Kent State University, Ohio, USA and custos Professor Mikko Siponen.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 17.12.2016 MSc William Baber (Faculty of Information Technology, Cognitive science)
MSc William Baber defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science ”Acculturation of Foreign IT Workers in Japan from a Cognitive and Business Management Viewpoint”. Opponent Adjuncts Professor Peter Zettinig (University of Turku) and (Head of Business Studies, Sari Savolainen (Päivölän opisto, Tarttila). Custos Senior Lecturer Arto Ojala (University of Jyväskylä).
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 14.12.2016 The N-dimensional N-person Chesslike Game Strategy Analysis Model (Kyppö)
Lic.Sc. (Econ) Jorma Kyppö defends his doctoral dissertation in Computer Science ”The N-dimensional N-person Chesslike Game Strategy Analysis Model”. Opponent Professor Emeritus Steve Hedetniemi (Clemson University) and custos Professor Pekka Neittaanmäki (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 10.12.2016 MSc Mazhar Sadiq (Faculty of Information Technology, Computer Science)
MSc Mazhar Sadiq defends his doctoral dissertation in Computer Science ”Investigating ERP system success in Pakistan: End-users' perspective”. Opponent Associate Professor Moutaz Haddara (Westerdals- Oslo School of Arts, Communication & Technology Oslo, Norway) and dosentti Nazmun Nahar (University of Jyväskylä). Custos Senior Lecturer Antti Pirhonen (University of Jyväskylä).
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 26.11.2016 Improving the Security of Multiple Passwords Through a Greater Understanding of the Human Memory (Woods)
M.Sc. Naomi Woods defends her doctoral dissertation in Cognitive science ”Improving the Security of Multiple Passwords Through a Greater Understanding of the Human Memory”. Opponent Associate Professor Miguel Gea (University of Granada, Spain) and custos Professor Pertti Saariluoma (University of Jyväskylä).
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 21.11.2016 Lost or Not? Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces of Mobile Map Services: The Viewpoint of Supporting Users’ Location Awareness (Kuparinen)
M.Sc. (Econ) Liisa Kuparinen defends her doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science ”Lost or Not? Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces of Mobile Map Services: The Viewpoint of Supporting Users’ Location Awareness”. Opponent Professor Kaisa Väänänen (Tampere University of Technology) and custos Senior Lecturer Antti Pirhonen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: Four Essays on IT Users' Psychological States and Behavior (Kuem)
M.Sc. Jungwon Kuem defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science "Four Essays on IT Users' Psychological States and Behavior". Opponent Associate Professor, Dr. Atreyi Kankanhalli (School of Computing, National University of Singapore) and custos Professor Mikko Siponen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 25.7. Information Sharing in the Era of Social Media (Jin)
M.Sc. Xueyu Jin defends her doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science "Information Sharing in the Era of Social Media". Opponent Professor Jeff Smith (Farmer School of Business, Miami University, Ohio USA) and custos Professor Mikko Siponen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 16 April 2016 Why Open Educational Resources Repositories Fail - the Contribution of Quality Approaches to the Success of Repositories (Clements)
M.Sc. Kati Clements defends her doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science ”Why Open Educational Resources Repositories Fail - the Contribution of Quality Approaches to the Success of Repositories”. Opponent Dr. Javiera Atenas (University College London) and custos Research Professor Jan Pawlowski (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in English.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 23.4.2016 Minna Alasuutari (Faculty of Information, Computer, Science Technology)
M.Sc. Minna Alasuutari defends her doctoral dissertation in Computer Science ”Prosessiteoreettinen näkökulma, joka selittää henkilökohtaisen tietokoneen käyttöön liittyvää tietoturvakäyttäytymisen muutosta”. Opponent Adjunct Professor Tuija Kuusisto (Ministry of Finance) and custos Professor Mikko Siponen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 28.5.2016 Lic. Sc. (Econ.) Veikko Halttunen (Faculty of Information Technology, Information Systems Science)
Lic. Sc. (Econ.) Veikko Halttunen defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Systems Science ”Consumer Behaviour in Digital Era - General Aspects and Findings of Empirical Studies on Digital Music with a Retrospective Discussion”. Opponent Professor Tommi Laukkanen (University of Eastern Finland) and custos Professor Lauri Frank (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 20.2.2016 DI Jouko Selkälä (Faculty of Information Technology, Computer Science)
DI Jouko Selkälä defends his doctoral dissertation in Information Technology ”CIO decision making: Issues and a process view”. Opponent Professor Emeritus Pertti Järvinen (University of Tampere) and Chief Information Officer Ari Kuusio (HAMK Häme University of Applied Sciences). Custos Professor Mikko Siponen (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.
JYUNewsItem Dissertation: 21.12. Ph.D. (Econ) Sari Savolainen (Faculty of Information Technology, Cognitive Science)
M.Sc. Sari Savolainen defends her doctoral dissertation in Cognitive Science ”Kognitiivinen tunnearvioteoria ja psykologinen hyväksyminen organisaatiomuutoksen kohtaamisessa”. Opponents Professor Matti Kamppinen (University of Turku) and Ph.D., Rector Vesa Taanila (Turku University of Applied Sciences) custos Professor Pentti Saariluoma (University of Jyväskylä). The doctoral dissertation is held in Finnish.