Associate Professor of Management Information Systems
Chen Ye joined the College of Business in fall 2011. Chen received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from University of Illinois at Chicago in 2009. He also holds a M.S. in Management Information Systems and a M.S. in Mathematics, concentration in Mathematical Computer Science, from University of Illinois at Chicago.
Chen’s primary research area is human factors in technology usage. He is also interested in the business value of IT, supply chain management, and knowledge management. He has published his research in Communications of the ACM, Communications of the AIS, Decision Support Systems, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Information Resources Management Journal, International Journal of Product Development, and Online Information Review, among others. His work has also appeared in proceedings of AOM, AMCIS, CHI, DSI, HICSS, and ICIS, among others.
Before joining Purdue, Chen was an assistant professor at Virginia State University for two years, and taught several courses related to computer programming and systems development. During his six years as assistant professor at PUC/PNW, he has taught a variety of courses including Systems Analysis and Design, Principles of Information Systems, Computer Utilization for Management, Introduction to Information Technology (graduate course), Introduction to Networks, Web Development, Advanced Web Development, Database Management Analysis and Design, and Applied Software Development Project. He has also served as the course coordinator for ISM 10200, ISM 21100, and CIS 20400, and performed at least one major redesign for each course.
Before pursuing a career in academia, Chen has worked as a software engineer/programmer at Rockwell Collins Inc. and Computer Resource Group.Google Scholar, ResearchGate, Linkedin