Lecturer, Lally School of Management
Professor Demertzoglou’s professional experience includes the development of multiple transactional and DSS systems by using traditional client server and multi-tier architectures. He has both practical and academic experience in technology management. He is actively involved in the process of building industry relationships with commercial and non-profit organizations. In his classes, students have the opportunity to work on real projects with small and big corporations to gain valuable experience and exposure in the business world. Professor Demertzoglou’s principal research efforts have been in the area of technology adoption in organizations. His ongoing research is focused on both stage and factor models in relation to commercial and open source databases.
Ph.D., State University of New York; MBA, M.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; B.S., American College of Thessaloniki
- Transaction Processing Systems
- Decision Support Systems
- E-business Applications
- Commercial and Open Source Databases