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Cui, Tingru Dr

Senior Lecturer

  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
  • School of Computing & Information Technology

Overview


Dr Cui is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computing and Information Technology at the University of Wollongong, Australia. She received PhD from the School of Computing at the National University of Singapore, Singapore in 2014.

Her research interests are interdisciplinary in nature, exploring the IT and collaborative project management, e-learning, open innovation, and IT-enabled innovation. She uses a range of qualitative, quantitative and mixed methodologies, including survey, experiment, econometric analysis, machine learning modelling methods in projects. 

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests:
    • Digital Innovation, Open Innovation
    • Business Analytics, Learning Analytics, Digital Health
    Research Methods:
    • Interpretivist Qualitative Method
    • Survey, Experiment, Econometric Analysis,
    • Mixed Method

    The contemporary diffusion of digital technologies - mobile and distributed computing, social media, digital platforms, data analytics, artificial intelligence - generate new possibilities for innovation and transformation in a wide range of domains. My research in digital innovation and IT-enabled innovation aims to enhance the efficacy of these digital technologies along with beneficial performance outcomes in education, healthcare, and manufacturing domains. I have conducted research of high quality in these areas with over 50 peer reviewed publications to-date.

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Assessing the Determinants of Business Value Related to IT Projects: A Strategic Alignment Perspective in Public Sector Organisations in Saudi Arabia Alghazi, Abdulaziz
    Master of Philosophy Pedagogical Approaches to Integrating Virtual Reality in MOOC to Enhance Learning Outcomes Kayastha, Mahesh
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Understanding and Predicting Cancer Patients’ Acceptance and Use of an Inpatient Portal in a Tertiary Hospital in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Alshoumr, Bader
    Doctor of Philosophy The enablers and inhibitors of public value creation through open government data usage : A mixed method research approach Benmohamed, Nuria

Teaching Overview


  • Teaching Interests:
    • Business Analytics
    • Data Analytics
    • Information Technology Strategy
    • Quantitative and Qualitative Research Method

Keywords


  • Digital Innovation, Open Innovation, Business Analytics, Learning Analytics, Digital Health

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Research Interests:
    • Digital Innovation, Open Innovation
    • Business Analytics, Learning Analytics, Digital Health
    Research Methods:
    • Interpretivist Qualitative Method
    • Survey, Experiment, Econometric Analysis,
    • Mixed Method

    The contemporary diffusion of digital technologies - mobile and distributed computing, social media, digital platforms, data analytics, artificial intelligence - generate new possibilities for innovation and transformation in a wide range of domains. My research in digital innovation and IT-enabled innovation aims to enhance the efficacy of these digital technologies along with beneficial performance outcomes in education, healthcare, and manufacturing domains. I have conducted research of high quality in these areas with over 50 peer reviewed publications to-date.

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Assessing the Determinants of Business Value Related to IT Projects: A Strategic Alignment Perspective in Public Sector Organisations in Saudi Arabia Alghazi, Abdulaziz
    Master of Philosophy Pedagogical Approaches to Integrating Virtual Reality in MOOC to Enhance Learning Outcomes Kayastha, Mahesh
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Understanding and Predicting Cancer Patients’ Acceptance and Use of an Inpatient Portal in a Tertiary Hospital in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Alshoumr, Bader
    Doctor of Philosophy The enablers and inhibitors of public value creation through open government data usage : A mixed method research approach Benmohamed, Nuria

Teaching Overview


  • Teaching Interests:
    • Business Analytics
    • Data Analytics
    • Information Technology Strategy
    • Quantitative and Qualitative Research Method

Keywords


  • Digital Innovation, Open Innovation, Business Analytics, Learning Analytics, Digital Health

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