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Alex Lopes

Clinical Professor of Information Systems, Kelley School of Business at Indiana University

About Me

Dr. Alex Barsi Lopes is a Clinical Professor of Information Systems and Grant Thornton Scholar at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington. He teaches process modeling, systems analysis and design, data warehousing and visualization, Big Data, applications of artificial intelligence and technology consulting management. He has served as Director of the Technology Consulting Workshop since its creation in 2016 and is the leading faculty in the Robotic Process Automation academic initiative at IU. His research focuses on online information goods, collaboration technologies, face-to-face and online social networks, and information systems educational initiatives, with his work appearing in journals such as Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems, and Communications of the ACM. He has conducted executive education programs on several technology-related topics and on the alignment of IT and business. He has also been responsible for consulting projects in Guatemala, India, and Thailand, and has won the Kelley Service Award. Prior to earning his Ph.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Barsi Lopes occupied both consulting and corporate positions. Before joining Kelley, he was the director of the M.S. in Information Systems Program at the University of Cincinnati, where he won the Westerbeck Junior Faculty Graduate Teaching Award.

Courses and Programs taught by Alex Lopes

1 course in a series


Information Systems

MicroMasters® Program
3 courses