Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Lecturers

Master Digital Driven Business

This Master’s degree programme is a multidisciplinary collaboration between the professorships Digital Commerce, Cross Media, Visual Methodologies and Urban Analytics. Lecturers from different professorships form part of this Master's team.

THE DIGITAL DRIVEN BUSINESS LECTURERS TEAM

Team:

Lectures in Master Dgital Driven Business:

Leonie Akkerman, MSc

  • Professional Development Program

Emma Beauxis, PhD

  • Business Statistics
  • Artificial Intelligence for Business

Marloes Geboers, PhD candidate

  • Data Presentation and Visualization
  • Business Ethics

Sjoukje Goldman, PhD candidate

  • Business Statistics
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Daphne Hagen, PhD candidate

  • Digital Business Fundamentals
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Rob Loke, PhD

  • Database Management & Digital Tools
  • Online Data Mining
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Selmar Meents, PhD

  • Digital Business Fundamentals
  • Emerging Technologies in Digital Business
  • Digital Business Management
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Riccardo Pinosio, PhD

  • Database Management & Digital Tools
  • Online Data Mining
  • Artificial Intelligence for Business
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Frederik Situmeang

  • Database Management & Digital Tools
  • Data Presentation and Visualization
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Tibert Verhagen, PhD

  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Jesse Weltevreden, PhD

  • Emerging Technologies in Digital Business
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Marcel Wollaert (teamleader), PhD

  • Digital Business Management
  • Professional Development Program
  • Master Thesis supervisor/assessor

Hans de Zwart, PhD

  • Business Ethics

Marieke Struijk (educational coordinator)

Tibert Verhagen - Senior researcher and initiator of the Master's programme

In business today, there is a high demand for people who are capable of connecting techies with flashy sales and business people. These wishes are coming from big multinationals such as IBM and Cisco, as well as smaller businesses.

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Published by  Faculty of Business and Economics 24 February 2021