Dr Dimitris K. Kardaras

Dr Dimitris K. Kardaras is Assistant Professor in Information Systems Management in the Department of Business Administration, at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB), Athens, Greece. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Informatics and a BSc (Hons) in Management both from the Athens University of Economics and Business, an MSc in Information Systems Engineering and a PhD in Information Systems from the Department of Computation at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), England. Dr Kardaras has participated in many research projects in IS/IT since 1990 and he has been teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level IS courses in the UK and in Greece for over 22 years. Dr Kardaras’ main research interests include e-Business and Information Systems Strategic Planning, Services Customisation and Recommender Systems, Fuzzy Logic, and Business Process Management.

Author of two books on Service Customization using Web Technologies (2012, Publ. IGI Global, U.S, forwarded by Prof. F. Piller, MIT, USA) with B. Karakostas and on Data management and Business Intelligence (2015 in Greek) with G. Stalidis, his research work has been published in journals (e.g. Expert Systems with applications, Information and Management, International Journal of Information Management, Internet Research, International Journal of Web based Communities, Information and Software Technology), in chapters of edited books, handbooks of research and conference papers. He is regularly acting as a reviewer to academic journals such as IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Information and Management, International Journal of Information Management, International Journal of Information Systems and Management and as external examiner for research degrees in UK universities (City University London, Manchester University, Kingston University). Dr Kardaras is a member to the steering and scientific committees of international conferences in the area of Information Management. He has been advisor to English and Greek companies in the areas of digital transformation, business processes management and business analytics.