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Professor (MIS)
Farrokh Mamachani
Education:

D. Sc., Systems Analysis and Management, George Washington University
M.S., Systems Analysis and Management, George Washington University
B.S., Physics, University of Tabriz

Dr. Farrokh Mamaghani is professor of information systems. Prior to joining St. John Fisher College, he was a senior programmer at Systems Design Concepts, Inc. in Washington DC, and systems analyst at the World Bank. His research interests are in information technology resources evaluation/selection, data and information life-cycle cost, knowledge management, information technology workforce issues, and information systems security.

Dr. Mamaghani has taught various courses in information systems/technology including systems analysis and design, database management systems, data communications and network management, information technology management, project management at undergraduate level and managerial applications of information technology and managing information technology in business environment at graduate level.

Dr. Mamaghani has presented and published over fifty papers and articles in academic journals and conferences such as Information Management Journal, Information Management and Computer Security Journal, Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, and International Journal of Information Management, Decision Science Institute National Conferences and Information Resource Management Association Conferences.