Dr. Arthur Carvalho
Information Systems & Analytics
Farmer School of Business
I am the Dinesh & Ila Paliwal Innovation Chair and an Associate Professor of Information Systems and Analytics at Farmer School of Business, Miami University. I received my Master’s of Mathematics and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo (Canada), and a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Federal University of Pernambuco (Brazil).
I have collaborated with several companies through research work, consulting, and/or joint student supervision, including Microsoft, KPMG, IBM, PwC, Cardinal Health, and Unilever. My views and work have been featured in outlets such as Bloomberg, Inside Higher ED, IoT World Today, Lifewire, Poets & Quants, Protocol, Point2, and Supply Chain Dive. My research has been published in academic journals such as Decision Support Systems, Decision Analysis, Expert Systems with Applications, International Journal of Information Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, among many others.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Business Analytics, Crowdsourcing, Decision Analysis, Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems, Electric Vehicles, Prediction Markets, Proper Scoring Rules
[Award] Prodesse Quam Conspici and the Creativity & Innovation Awards
I am thrilled to share that I received the Prodesse Quam Conspici and the Creativity & Innovation Awards at Miami University.
Promotion to Associate Professor
I am thrilled to share that I have been promoted to (tenured) Associate Professor at Miami University.
[Award] James Robeson Junior Faculty Award for Research Excellence
I was selected as a co-recipient of the James Robeson Junior Faculty Award for Research Excellence [link]
[Publication] Deriving and Validating Emotional Dimensions from Textual Data
Published in Expert Systems with Applications [link].
[Interview] Supply Chain Dive
I spoke with Supply Chain Dive on the use of blockchain technology in supply chains [link]
[Publication] A Data-Driven Approach to Managing Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure in Parking Lots
Published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment [link].