Professor David Sundaram
PhD in Management Science and Information Systems, PGDip in Industrial Engineering and BE in Electronics and Communication.
Professor in Information Systems, BE Madras, PGDipIE Madras, Ph.D. Auckland.
|Design and implementation of Decision Support System Generators|
|Design and implementation of flexible and evolvable Information Systems|
|Enterprise application integration with a focus on ERP-DSS integration|
|Enterprise Systems and their Implementation|
|Process, information, and decision modelling|
|Triple Bottom Line modelling and reporting|
Research | Current
My primary research interests are in the design and implementation of adaptive systems that are flexible and evolvable and support informational, decisional, knowledge and collaboration needs of organisations. Related research interests that support the above include (1) adaptive organisations and supporting them through the interweaving of deliberate and emergent strategies (2) process, information, and decision modelling (2) sustainability modelling and reporting (3) ubiquitous information systems (4) enterprise systems and their implementation.
Teaching | Current
|2009||2015||University of Auckland, New Zealand||Associate Professor ISOM|
|2000||2008||University of Auckland, New Zealand||Senior Lecturer ISOM|
|1996||1999||University of Auckland, New Zealand||Lecturer MSIS|
|1992||1995||University of Auckland, New Zealand||Tutor & Research Assistant MSIS|
|1988||1992||National Productivity Council, India||Assistant Director and Consultant (Computer Services Division)|
|2006||INFOSYS 222||Database Systems|
|2006||INFOSYS 321||Enterprise Systems|
|2006||INFOSYS 737||Enterprise Resource Planning Systems|
|2005||INFOSYS 722||Decision Support Systems|
|2005||INFOSYS 726||Information Modelling|
|2002||INFOSYS 733||Object Oriented Systems Analysis and Design|
|2013||Teaching Excellence Award for Innovation in Teaching, University of Auckland.|
|2012||Teaching Excellence Award for Innovation in Teaching, University of Auckland Business School (UABS).|
|2011||Teaching Excellence Award for Postgraduate Research Supervision, UABS.|
|2005||Senior Prize, School of Theology, University of Auckland|
|2003||Distinguished Teaching Award - Sustained Excellence in Teaching (1996-2002)|
|2003||Net Institute, New York University Summer Research Grant.|
|1998||Runner up in the Best Visionary World competition, Informix Software Ltd, USA|
|1996||Engines for Innovation Grant by Informix Software Ltd, USA.|
|1995||Departmental Tutor Award, MSIS Department, University of Auckland|
|1994||Engines for Innovation Grant by Illustra Information Technologies, Inc., USA.|
|1990||Director General's Silver Medal for Academic Excellence by the National Productivity Council|
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Tilvawala, K., Sundaram, D., & Myers, M. (2019). Serious games for sustainable development: A decision-driven transformative approach. AMCIS 2019 Proceedings Cancún, México. Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Khushbu Tilvawala, Michael Myers
- Kishore, S., Peko, G., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Looking Through the Twitter Glass: Bridging the Data – Researcher Gap. Paper presented at Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Cancun, Mexico. 15 August - 17 August 2019. AMCIS 2019 Proceedings. (pp. 8). Related URL.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Shohil Kishore
- Sadovykh, V., Peko, G., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Introduction to the Minitrack on Decision Making in Online Social Networks.. HICSS.
- Peko, G., Sundaram, D., & Sadovykh, V. (2019). Introduction to the Minitrack on Social Shopping: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.. HICSS.
- Patel, B., Peko, G., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Adaptive Sustainable Organizations: System Dynamic Models of a University Balancing the Virtuous and the Vicious.. HICSS.
- Carmichael, H., Peko, G., Tilvawala, K., Chan, J., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Ameliorating depression anxiety and stress caused by social media among young women: Procedural and technological responses. (pp. 81-96). 10.1007/978-3-030-34353-8_6
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Khushbu Tilvawala, Johnny Chan
- Hoksbergen, M., Chan, J., Peko, G., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Asymmetric information in high-value low-frequency transactions: Mitigation in real estate using blockchain. (pp. 225-239). 10.1007/978-3-030-34353-8_17
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Johnny Chan
- Sadovykh, V., & Sundaram, D. (2019). Online social networks decision support architecture: Spaces for modelling and conversations. 25th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2019.