Vikas M. SahasrabudheAdjunct Lecturer (Retired from World Bank)
Dr. Vikas Sahasrabudhe has nearly 30 years of practical experience in the application of information systems and technology. His career started in the software industry in India and he then went on to spend 25 years at the World Bank. In his academic career of over 15 years, he has taught courses on a wide spectrum of topics from purely technical to strategic management of information systems and technology. At the UMD College of Information Studies, Prof. Sahasrabudhe teaches:
- INFM 612
- INFM 620
- INFM 711
- INST 706
Current Research Interest
Leveraging information technology for learning and for collaboration
- Ph.D. Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1972
- MS Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1968
- Sahasrabudhe, V. and Kanungo, S. “A system dynamics model of post-installation use of enterprise information systems”, Proceedings of the 29th International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, July 2011 in Washington, DC.
- Sahasrabudhe, V., Kanungo, S. and Iyer, R. “Understanding the impact of communications technologies on virtual team performance: An agent-based simulation model”, Proceedings of (IEEE sponsored) Winter Simulation Conference, December 2011 in Phoenix, AR.
- Sahasrabudhe, V. and Kanungo, S. “Appropriate media choice for e-learning effectiveness: Role of learning domain and learning style”, Journal of Computers & Education, July 2014