Information Systems and Analytics

Business managers have come to rely upon computer-generated information as a critical resource in the decision-making process. Bryant University recognizes the importance of information systems and analytics for all levels of management and provides a Information Systems and Analytics curriculum that is both challenging and relevant.


Department Faculty

Adjunct Professors

Zhang, Chen

Chen Zhang

Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems and Analytics
Faculty Suite K, Room 203

Chen Zhang is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Bryant University. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama and a science degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. His papers have been published in more than ten peer reviewed international journals and book.

Distributed Systems, Real-time Databases, Real-time Middleware, Internet Security and Privacy

  • Professional Member, ACM
  • Project Management Institute

Zhang, C., Yin, Q., Classification of Water Management Efficiency Using Data Envelopment Analysis and Support Vector Machine, Journal of Water Resources Management.

Pan, R., Chaudhury, A., Xu, C., Zhang, C., Effect of Cyber Security Investment Level on the Evolution of Offender-Defender Games, Journal of Information Science and Engineering, 2014.

Bharati, P., Chaudhury, A., Song, M., Zhang, C., Roles of Fun and Flow in Social Media Usage— A Comparative Study of American and Chinese Students, AMCIS, 2013.

Bharati, P., Chaudhury, A., Zhang, C., Social Media Assimilation in Firms: Investigating the Roles of Absorptive Capacity and Institutional Pressures, Information Systems Frontiers, 2013.

Wang, S., Liu, D., Zhang, C., Representation, Reasoning and Similar Matching for Detailed Topological Relations with DTString, Journal of Computational Information Systems, 2013.