BIS Seminar: Professor Wynne Chin

14 September, 2018 - 10:00 to 12:00
Chamberlain Building (35), Room 213

Topic: An Applied Workshop on Partial Least Squares: Estimations, Models, and Comparison

A laptop is required for this session.

Please register by 13 September 2018 as places are limited.
 

Professor Wynne Chin

Wynne Chin joined the faculty at the University of Houston in the fall of 1997. He received his doctorate from the University of Michigan in Computers and Information Systems, M.S. in chemical engineering (biomedical option) from Northwestern University, MBA from the University of Michigan, and a bachelors in biophysics from U.C. Berkeley.

Dr. Chin's substantive interests include modeling the individual IT adoption process, end-user satisfaction, and developing group process measures such as cohesion, satisfaction, and consensus to understand the impact of electronic meeting systems, and employee stress and turnover. More recently, he has begun work on cross-cultural analysis and building indices for high performing workplace assessment. His research is largely empirical and quantitative relying on lab and Monte Carlo experiments as well as surveys. Methodologically Dr. Chin focuses on construct development through the use of structural equation modeling (both covariance-based and partial least squares) as well as developing new causal modeling techniques for topics such as assessing interaction effects.

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