Information Systems for Crisis Response
Susanne Jul, Ph.D.
Mark P. Haselkorn, Ph.D.
International Association for the Study of Information Systems
March 24, 2010
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ISCRAM 2010 Conference
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Dr. Susanne Jul is current vice-chair and a founding board member of ISCRAM (International Association for the Study of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management). As an independent researcher, she focuses on ways of operationalizing research: interpreting research results for practical application, and developing research methods from successful design and innovation practices. She is also president of Amaryllis Consulting, where many of her efforts help distributed teams and multi-institutional collaborations become effective in using participatory problem-solving and decision-making strategies. She is fascinated with concepts of leadership, management and collective decision-making, particularly in critical situations, and is an active volunteer with American Red Cross Disaster Services with whom she has deployed on numerous occasions including Hurricane Katrina. With a Ph.D. in computer science/human-computer interaction, her work is often entwined with design, adoption and use of information technology.
Dr. Mark Haselkorn is Director of the Pacific Rim Visualization and Analytics Center, a DHS-funded regional center of excellence focused on enhancing distributed collaborative decision making. Dr. Haselkorn was founding chair of the Department of Technical Communication in the College of Engineering at the University of Washington and he also founded and directs the UW's Interdisciplinary Program in Humanitarian Relief, a cross-campus program of research and education that works closely with the international humanitarian sector. Dr. Haselkorn is working on an NSF initiative to define and mobilize the U.S. research community for the emerging frontier of "Humanitarian Service Science & Engineering." He has worked with the military on a number of projects, including the integration of DoD and VA electronic medical records and the Air Force's strategic management of ICT under the threat of Y2K (a study published by the National Research Council). He has conducted foundational research in the area of intelligent transportation systems and managed a series of projects totaling over $3M, including development of the first Web-based real-time traveler information system (Traffic Reporter, 1990). Dr. Haselkorn is the current President of the IEEE Professional Communication Society.