Organizational Aspects of Business Analytics and Big data
Ida Asadi Someh is a lecturer in Business Information Systems at The University of Melbourne, and a research affiliate at the Centre for Information Systems Research (CISR), MIT Sloan School of Management. Her research focuses on the use, value and governance of data (small and big), business intelligence and business analytics for organizations and society. She completed her PhD in 2015 at The University of Melbourne and was awarded the best PhD thesis in Melbourne School of Engineering, and the Vice Chancellor’s PhD Prize at The University of Melbourne.
Association for Information Systems (AIS).
AIS member 2013 -
Research Collaboration Grant with University of Lund, Big Data Analytics and Organizational Performance
, $22836, The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education ( STINT)
Education and training
University of Melbourne 2015
Tarbiat Modares University 2011
University of Tehran 2008
Awards and honors
John Melvin Memorial Scholarship for the Best PhD Thesis in Engineering, The University of Melbourne,
Chancellor's Prize for Excellence in the PhD Thesis, The University of Melbourne,
Available for supervision
If you are interested in research on social and organizational aspects of business analytics and big data (e.g. use, value and governance), please contact me.