Alex Ramirez is an Associate Professor in Information Systems at the Sprott School of Business – Carleton University. He has worked in education for over 30 years. He obtained his PhD from the Molson School of Business – Concordia University in Montreal, a master’s degree from Syracuse University in the U.S. and a BSc. High Honours from ITESM, Mexico’s top private university.
His area of expertise is adoption of decision support information systems in organizations. Currently working with colleagues at Carleton University in a New Frontiers in Research funded by the Government of Canada project “Imagining Canada’s Digital Twin,” and in the “Urban Futures” project. Also, with colleagues from the University of Ottawa and the University of Quebec in the Outaouais in several projects in analytics in Canada’s Capital Region. He is member of Carleton University’s cross disciplinary Institute for Data Science and the Human Computer Interaction group.
Research & Collaborations:
- Imagining Canada’s Digital Twin – Funded by New Frontiers in Research Fund – Exploration
- Government Analytics Research Institute (GARI) – founder partner – https://governmentanalytics.institute/
- Urban Futures https:/urbanfutures.ca
- Carleton University Human Computer Interaction (CU-HCI) – https://carleton.ca/hci/faculty/
- Carleton University Institute for Data Science Board (CUIDS) – https://carleton.ca/cuids/
- Centre for Information Technology, Organizations and People (CITOP) – https://sprott.carleton.ca/faculty-research/research-centres/citop/
- Collaborative Learning of Usability Experiences (CLUE) – https://carleton.ca/clue/
- Special Interest Group: Computers, Information and Society (SIG-CIS) – https://web.archive.org/web/20130426131730/http://www.sigcis.org/
- Administrative Science Association of Canada (ASAC)
- Association for Computer Machinery (ACM)