Biography at a Glance
Tianjie Deng is an assistant professor of the Department of Business Information and Analytics, Daniels College of Business. She is doing research to apply data mining techniques to derive process models and theories from event streams. She has applied this research method in various domains such as patient rehabilitation, fraud detection in financial transactions and software development. Her work has appeared in academic journals and conference proceedings including ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, Information and Management, Americas Conference on Information Systems, Hawaii International Conference on System Science, and International Conference on Global Perspectives on Design Science Research. She is the recipient of the GTA Teaching Excellence Award (2012 & 2015). She has served as a reviewer for several academic journals such as Information and Organization and Journal of Management Analytics. Her professional experience includes being a web developer at Myfifident Foundation, and a software engineer intern at Kingdee Corp, a Chinese software firm.
- PhD, Computer Information Systems, Georgia State University
- MS, Human Computer Interaction, Georgia Institute of Technology
- BS, Software Engineering, Nanjing University
Academic Positions Held
- Graduate Research Assistant and Instructor, Georgia State University