About Vladimir Ambartsoumian
Vladimir is an instructor in the Department of Management Information Systems at the University of Memphis. His current research focuses on the introduction of quality control in software design and testing methodology in large organizations from a risk perspective. Other research interests include examining the development of the phenomenon of IT-enabled co-creation and the role of Service Dominant Logic (SDL) approach in online commerce in the age of the Internet. He has served as a reviewer for the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS).
Vladimir has extensive semiconductor industry experience including the roles of Senior Engineer in Research and Development, in which he played key roles in creation of taxonomies, information and documentation flow and other knowledge management processes. He holds a patent (special machines filed). He enjoys spending time with his kids, playing piano, working on home improvement projects, and traveling in the US and abroad.
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Memphis, 2016
Master of International Business Administration, University of Memphis, 2009
Master of Science, Khakiv Polytechnic University, 1987
Global IT Management; Networking & Telecommunications; Statistics, Data Mining
IT Enabled Co-Creation; Knowledge Management Systems; Business Value of IT; Data Mining; Software Testing Processes
Dhaliwal, J., Lee, T., Meservy, T., Zhang, C., Ambartsoumian, V. " Quality Gates in Software Development and Testing: A Systemic Approach to Developing Quality Gate Criteria ." Proceedings of the 4th Annual STEP (Software Testing Excellence Program) Workshop, 2010.