Dr Antonios Kaniadakis
Lecturer in Information Technology Management
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 20 7882 5814Room Number: Peter Landin, CS 416
Business Information Systems (Postgraduate)
The role of software is increasingly critical in our everyday lives and the accompanying risks of business or safety critical systems failure can be profound. This module will provide students with a framework for articulating and managing the risks inherent in the systems they will develop as practitioners. Likewise, students will learn how to build decision support tools for uncertain problems in a variety of contexts (legal, medical, safety), but with a special emphasis on software development. This course will make a distinctive offering that will enable our students to bring a principled approach to bear to analyse and solve uncertain and risky problems. Course contents: Quantification of risk and assessment: Bayesian Probability & Utility Theory, Bayes Theorem & Bayesian updating; Causal modelling using Bayesian networks with examples; Measurement for risk: Principles of measurement, Software metrics, Introduction to multi-criteria decision aids; Principles of risk management: The risk life-cycle, Fault trees, Hazard analysis; Building causal models in practice: Patterns, identification, model reuse and composition, Eliciting and building probability tables; Real world examples; Decision support environments.
Business Information Systems (Undergraduate)
This module covers the basics of business information systems, with emphasis on the technical, ethical and human factors in successful information system deployment. You will study how organisations use information systems as well as the basic concepts, methods and terminology used during the design and development stages of business information systems. The module reviews the typical hardware, software, data and telecommunications used in business systems and their strategic importance.
Product Development (Undergraduate)
The module builds upon all areas of business and their related theories that are introduced by ELE402 Enterprise Management. These include the roles of personnel, marketing, sales and production. The roles of these departments will be further developed in terms of the introduction of a new product and the impact of the business on the development of that product and vice-versa, i.e. the implication of success and failure, risk assessment etc.
Professional and Research Practice (Undergraduate)
This module provides you with the opportunity to examine the role of engineering in society and the expectations of society for a professional engineer. During the module, you should develop and achieve a level of written and spoken communication expected of a professional engineer. You will also construct a personal development plan (PDP) and an on-going employability skills folder. The assessment of the module is 100 per cent coursework, broken down as follows: oral presentation: 25 per cent; in-class essay: 25 per cent; PDP folder: 25 per cent; employability folder: 25 per cent. Not open to Associate Students or students from other departments.
Project Risk Management (Undergraduate)
Topic list: - Formal introduction to Project Management - Project Structure, Leadership and Team Roles, Communications - Project Scope, Feasibility and Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) - Stakeholders and Quality Management - Project Risk, Decision Making, Estimating and the Business Case - A brief review of risk management and the risk management process - explain the legal basis of risk management; - critically evaluate how pure risks may be identified, assessed and evaluated; - discuss the role of human behaviour in managing risks; - Review of the basic key techniques and tools to plan and control projects (e.g. work breakdown, Gantt charts, critical path analysis and managing risk) - Introduction to other resources which can assist with project planning (e.g. Microsoft Project and PRINCE) - Examples of different kinds of processes in different contexts.
My research is multi-disciplinary and combines insights from Information Systems, Economic Sociology, Innovation Studies and Management. I have an interest in socio-technic al analyses of information and communication technologies, predominantly in the finance sector. More recently, I started looking into the role of social media as marketing platfor ms.
I specialise in qualitative and ethnographic methods.
Topics of interest include: Social informatics, digital innovation, information infrastructures, socia l studies of finance, innovation ecosystems, enterprise systems (e.g. ERP), social media.
I publish in information systems and social sciences journals.
Twitte r: @kaniadakisa
PhD - Science, Technology and Innovation Studies - The University of Edinburgh, UK
MRes - Science, Technology and Innovation Studies - The University of Edinburgh, UK
MA - Sociology of ICT - Queen's University at Kingston, Can ada
BA - Sociology - University of Crete, Greece
PGCAP - Queen Mary University of London, UK
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Hea d of the IT & Business Management Teaching Group
KEY AND MOST RECENT PUBLICAT IONS:
Karpasitis, C., Polycarpou, I. & Kaniadakis, A. (2018), "The role of music in viral video advertisements", Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on Social Media, 21-22 June 2018, Limerick, Ireland.
Wood, C., Poslad, S., Kaniadakis, A. & Gabrys, J. (2017), "What lies above: alternative user experiences produced through focussing attention on GNSS infrastructure" Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2017, pp. 161-172, Edinburgh, UK, June 10?14, 2017 (Best Paper Award) Available at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3064663.3064757
Wood, C. Poslad, S., Gabrys, J. & Kaniadak is, A. (2017), "GPS Tarot: Encounters with satellites as divination tools", P roceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference Companion Publication on Designing Interactive Systems, pp. 329-332, Edinburgh, UK, June 10-14, 2017. Available at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3079186
Kaniadakis, A. (2017), "Review of: How Industry Analysts Shape the Digital Future, by Neil Pollock and Robin Williams, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2016, 400pp.", Journal of Cultural Economy. Volume 10, Issue 4, Special Issue: Intersections of Culture Studies and Finance. Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/fu ll/10.1080/17530350.2017.1312487
Kan iadakis, A. & Elbanna, A. (2017), "The making of transparency in European securitization: Rebuilding the market's information infrastructures", 33rd EGOS Colloquium, Copenhagen, 6-8 July, 2017.
Wood, C., Poslad, S., Gabrys, J. & Kaniadakis, A. (2016), "Studying digi tal locative infrastructures: a reflective workshop approach", Pre-ECIS workshop, European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2016, Istanbul, 12 June, 2016.
Wood, C., Poslad, S., Gabrys, J. & Kaniadakis, A. (2016), "Dial Stories: The hybridisation of site using radio as a locative technology", 4th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X (xCoAx), 7-8 July 2016, Bergamo, Italy.
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Kaniadakis, A. & Karpasitis, C. (2015), ?Viral video marketing ca mpaigns in a social media ecosystem: the rise of ephemeral online communities?, Social Media & Society 2015 International Conference, Toronto, July 2015
Ibrahim, Y. & Kaniadakis, A. (2015), ?Data Economy: Reconstituting the Human?, Social Media & Society 2015 International Conference, Toronto, July 2015
Kaniadakis, A. (2015), ?The Role And Impact Of Information Systems On Financial Innovation: The Case Of Master Trusts For Mortgage Securitization?, Information Systems Impact: Making Research Matte r ? Proceedings of UKAIS 2015, Oxford, March 2015
Karpasitis C. & Kaniadakis, A. (2015), ?Social media as marketing information systems: Co-creation in viral video advertising?, In T. Tsiakis (Ed), Trends and Innovations in Marketing Information Systems, IGI Global
Kaniadakis, A. & Constantinides P. (2014), ?Innovating Financial I nformation Infrastructures: the transition of legacy assets to the securitization market?, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Vol. 15, Issue 5, Article 3 (Special Issue: Innovation in Information Infrastructures). Available at: http://ai sel.aisnet.org/jais/vol15/iss5/3
Kaniadakis, A. ( 2012), ?ERP implementation as a broad socio-economic phenomenon: The Agora of Techno-Organisational Change?, Information Technology & People, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp.259 ? 280. Available at: http://www.emeraldi nsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/09593841211254321
Kan iadakis, A. (2010), ?Integrating Systems and Shaping the Information Technology Marketplace?, EASST Conference: Practicing Science & Technology, Performing the Social, 2-4 September 2010, Trento, University of Trento, Italy.
Kaniadakis, A. & Kyrtsis, A.A. (2009), ?The Socio-Logic of the IT Mark etplace and long-term relationships between Banks and IT Firms?Proceedings of the MCIS 2009, Athens, 25-27 September, 2009.
Kaniadakis, A. (2008), ?Understanding Information Systems Development: The Agora of Techno-Organisational Change? Proceedings of the MCIS 2008, Tunisia, 23-26 October, 2008.