Dr. Zhongju (John) Zhang
Operations and Information Management Department
Ph.D., 2003, University of Washington, Seattle
M.Sc., 1999, National University of Singapore, Singapore
B.Sc., 1996, Xi'an Jiaotong University, P.R.China
Areas of Expertise:
pricing issues of online markets; social and organizational impacts of information technology; data mining and predictive modeling for decision support; information systems resource management and operational scheduling.
Zhongju (John) Zhang is an Associate Professor in the School of Business, University of Connecticut. He was a member of six-person committee that spearheaded the MS-BAPM Program and was also the founding director of the program. Zhang received his Ph.D. in Management Science (with minors in Economics and Operations Management) from the University of Washington Business School.
Zhang’s research focuses on the problems at the interface of information systems/technologies, marketing, economics, and operations research. His research papers have appeared in academic journals including Information Systems Research, INFORMS Journal on Computing, Journal of Management Information Systems, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Operational Research, Communications of the ACM, Decision Sciences Journal, as well as in various international conference proceedings.
Zhang was a co-recipient of the Best IS Publications of the Year (2010) Award. He has also won the Research Excellence Award (2011), the MBA Teacher of the Year (2010), the Best Paper Award (2009), and the Ackerman Scholar Award (2007-2009) at the UConn School of Business. Zhang is a guest associate editor for MIS Quarterly and serves on the editorial board of Journal of Database Management, Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, and Electronic Commerce Research and Applications. He was the co-chair of the Fifth China Summer Workshop on Information Management in 2011.
Zhang teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses at the School of Business. He has lead and advised graduate students on numerous strategic decision problems for General Electric through the UConn-GE partnership edgelab.
Telephone: (860) 486-0660
Office Hours: by appointment
Room Number: 379
Fax Number: (860) 486-4839
University of Connecticut
School of Business
2100 Hillside Road, Unit 1041
Storrs, CT 06269