Atreyi KANKANHALLIProvost's Chair Professor
- Ph.D. (Information Systems, National University of Singapore)
- M.S. (Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
- B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi)
Atreyi Kankanhalli is Provost's Chair Professor in the Dept. of Information Systems and Analytics, School of Computing at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She has served as Deputy Head (Research and Administration), Assistant Dean (Research) and Assistant Dean (Undergraduate Studies) at the School of Computing. She has been the Coordinator of the Service Systems Innovation Research Laboratory at NUS. She obtained her B. Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, M.S. from RPI, New York, and Ph.D. from NUS. She has had visiting stints at the London School of Economics, University of California Berkeley, ESSEC Business School, and the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Prior to joining NUS, she has considerable experience in industrial R&D. She has consulted for several organizations including World Bank and Bosch SEA. Professor Kankanhalli conducts research in the areas of online communities and digital collaboration, human-AI collaboration, digital transformation and innovation e.g., eGovernment, Healthcare, and open innovation, with a range of organizations sponsored by government and industry grants. Her work has appeared in premium journals such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Research Policy, Journal of Management Information Systems, ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Journal of AIS, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, International Journal of Human Computer Studies, Communications of the ACM, and Decision Support Systems. Her research has been presented at leading conferences including ICIS, Academy of Management Meeting, HICSS, and WITS. She has over 180 publications which have been highly cited (https://scholar.google.com.sg/citations?user=7BS9rX8AAAAJ&hl=en) Professor Kankanhalli regularly serves on program committees and chairs tracks for conferences such as ICIS, AoM, ICEGOV, PACIS, and ICKM. She serves or has served on the editorial boards of prestigious journals including Information Systems Research (Associate Editor), MIS Quarterly (Senior Editor, Associate Editor), Journal of AIS (Senior Editor), IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Government Information Quarterly, and Information and Management (Associate Editor), among others. She has been Program Chair for ICIS 2021 (the first hybrid AIS conference), ICEGOV 2018, PACIS 2015, and BDAH 2014. She is the Doctoral Consortium Chair for ICIS 2022 and AMCIS 2023. She has been invited to serve on the ICKM and SSME Councils. She has also served on the AIS finance committee and the OCIS executive committee as international representative at large. She is currently the AIS Vice President for Region 3. Professor Kankanhalli has taught courses on a range of information systems (IS) topics such as quantitative methods, information organization, electronic government, health informatics, information security policy, service systems, and compliance and regulation technology among others. She has been invited to speak at numerous local and international forums. Apart from conducting executive education, she has been involved in writing teaching materials such as training cases and a textbook. Professor Kankanhalli was awarded the President's Graduate Fellowship, Dean's Graduate Award, and Infocomm Development Authority Gold Medal at NUS. She is also the winner of the ACM-SIGMIS Best Doctoral Dissertation award and runner-up for the MISQ Reviewer of the Year award. She is a recipient of the IBM Faculty Award and the IBM Smarter Planet Industry Skills Innovation Award. She has received several best paper awards. She has been listed among the leading IS researchers globally (https://www.aisresearchrankings.org/). Most recently, she was recognized as AIS Fellow.