Prof. Mohanad Halaweh

Director of Quality Assurance and Accreditation
Prof. Amjad D. Al Nasser

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mohanad.halaweh@afu.ac.ae

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BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Mohanad Halaweh is an experienced researcher educator having taught in numerous universities in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and United Kingdom. He is active researcher and has published around 50 articles at international ranked journals and conferences (all appear in SCOPUS and/or ABDC ranking). He participated in many international conferences in Information Systems (IS) field such as ICIS, PACIS and ACIS; a top-tier conferences in IS research (ranked A according to the ERA rating).

He was also the recipient of several research awards. For example, he received Certificate for Excellent Paper presented at IEEE International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Applications, Singapore, September 28-30, 2016; the Excellence Research Award last 2012 for College of IT from University of Dubai; and Best Paper Award presented at 8th International Multidisciplinary Conference on e-Commerce and e-Government in Poland in October 2008; and Elsevier outstanding reviewer award received in February 2018.

Dr. Halaweh has served as a program committee member and reviewer for several international journals and conferences. He was also invited as a speaker and chair for several international conferences, and as an external examiner for MSc and PhD theses. Dr. Halaweh is also Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), an Oracle Certified Java SE7 Programmer and E-commerce Consultant.

In addition to that, Dr. Halaweh has extensive academic experience. He chaired several committees such as University Evaluation and Audit, ABET task-force, research and curriculum. He also has experience of designing and developing new academic programs.

Academic Profile

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Mohanad Halaweh is an experienced researcher educator having taught in numerous universities in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and United Kingdom. He is active researcher and has published around 50 articles at international ranked journals and conferences (all appear in SCOPUS and/or ABDC ranking). He participated in many international conferences in Information Systems (IS) field such as ICIS, PACIS and ACIS; a top-tier conferences in IS research (ranked A according to the ERA rating).

He was also the recipient of several research awards. For example, he received Certificate for Excellent Paper presented at IEEE International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Applications, Singapore, September 28-30, 2016; the Excellence Research Award last 2012 for College of IT from University of Dubai; and Best Paper Award presented at 8th International Multidisciplinary Conference on e-Commerce and e-Government in Poland in October 2008; and Elsevier outstanding reviewer award received in February 2018.

Dr. Halaweh has served as a program committee member and reviewer for several international journals and conferences. He was also invited as a speaker and chair for several international conferences, and as an external examiner for MSc and PhD theses. Dr. Halaweh is also Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), an Oracle Certified Java SE7 Programmer and E-commerce Consultant.

In addition to that, Dr. Halaweh has extensive academic experience. He chaired several committees such as University Evaluation and Audit, ABET task-force, research and curriculum. He also has experience of designing and developing new academic programs.

EDUCATION

Ph.D.

Information System, De Montfort University, UK

M.Sc.

Computer Information System, Arab Academy for Banking and Finance Science, Jordan

B.Sc.

Computer Information System, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Member of the Association for Information System (IAS), USA

  • Member of International Association for Development of the Information Society 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC ROLES

  • Associate Professor, College of Business Administration

  • Director, MBA program 

  • Chairman, Scientific Research and Conferences Committee

TEACHING

  • Management Information System (Undergraduate and Graduate level) 

  • Accounting Information System

  • Project Management  

  • E-Commerce 

  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Scientific Research

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • E-commerce/E-business 

  • IS/IT adoption/acceptance and use

  • Emerging Technologies Impact

  • System requirements analysis techniques 

  • IS/IT qualitative research methods

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

2020

  • Halaweh, M (in Press). Implementation of the COD Payment Method on E-Commerce websites in the Arab Region.International Journal of Business Information Systems(In SCOPUS)

2019 

  • Halaweh, M (2019). Model of Emerging Technology Adoption (META): Virtual Reality as A Case Study, Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 18(2), (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M (2019). Integrating innovation into the UAE Qualifications Framework (QFEmirates), Industry and Higher Education, 33(4), 228-232 (In SCOPUS)

2018

  • Halaweh, M (2018). Integrating Social Media and Grounded Theory in a Research Methodology: A Possible Road Map, Business Information Review, 35 (4), 157-164. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2018. Artificial Intelligence Government (Gov. 3.0): The UAE Leading Model, Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 62, 269-272. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2018. Proper Impact Effectiveness (PIE): A new way to measure the impact of research papers, Elsevier Procedia Computer Science, 32, 404-411. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2018. An Original Information Systems Research Method: The Discount Focus Subgroup Method, Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods, forthcoming issue, 16(1), 11-24. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh M. 2018. Usability Testing of Conferences Websites: A Case Study of Practical Teaching. In: Uden L., Hadzima B., Ting IH. (eds) Knowledge Management in Organizations. KMO 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 877. Springer, Cham. (In SCOPUS)

2017

  • Halaweh, M. 2017. Intention to Adopt the Cash on Delivery (COD) Payment Model for E-commerce Transactions: An Empirical Study. In: Saeed K., Homenda W., Chaki R. (eds), Cumputer Information Systems and Industrial Management. CISIM 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol 10244. Springer, Cham (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2017. Using Mobile Technology in the Classroom? A Reflection Based on Teaching Experience in UAE.Techtrends, 61 (3), 218-222 (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh M. and El Massry, A. 2017. A Synergetic Model for Implementing Big Data in Organizations; An Empirical Study.Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 30(1). 48-64 (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2017. Toward Developing the Model of Emerging Technology Adoption (META),10th IADIS International Conference on Information Systems 2017, 10 – 12 April, Budapest, Hungary (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M.2017. An Evaluation Study of the e-Commerce Websites that Use COD Payment Method in the Middle East Region, 10th IADIS International Conference on Information Systems 2017, 10 – 12 April, Budapest, Hungary (In SCOPUS)

2016

  • Halaweh, M. and Al Qaisi H. 2016. Exploring Near Field Communication (NFC) Adoption for Mobile Payments from Merchants’ Perspective in the UAE. International Journal of E-business Research, 12(4). (In SCOPUS)

  • Kamoun F. and Halaweh, M. 2016. Does Interface Design Influence Consumers' Security Perception?  The Encyclopaedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management. IGI Global Publications. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. Reflection on the Application of DFSG Method. In proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Applications, Singapore, September 28-30, 2016. (Selected as one of the most excellent papers) (In SCOPUS)

2015

  • Halaweh, M., El Massry, A. 2015. Conceptual Model for Successful Implementation of Big Data in Organizations. Journal of International Technology and Information Management, 24(2). (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2015. Review of ICT Adoption Research in Arabic Countries: Trends and Future Research. Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ), 28(4), forthcoming issue. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2015. A New Approach for Requirements Elicitation Using Discount Focus Subgroups Method. The 19th Pacific Asia Conference On Information Systems (PACIS 2015), 5-9 July 2015, Singapore. (Ranked A according to ERA rating)

2014

  • Halaweh, M. 2014.Discount Focus Subgroup Method: An innovative focus group method used for researching an emerging technology in “Enhancing Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research with Technology, Shalin Hai-Jew, IGI Global Publications  (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2014. Users’ Perception of Security for Mobile Communication Technology, International Journal of Information Security and Privacy (IJISP), 8(3) (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2014. Does Mobile Technology Distract from the Teaching in the Classroom?, 20th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Savannah, Georgia, USA, August 7 - 10, 2014.  (In SCOPUS)

2013

  • Halaweh, M. 2013. Emerging Technology: What is it? Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, 8(3), pp. 108-115. (In SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M.2013 Ethical Concerns Raised by Using NFC Technology for Mobile Payments: An Empirical Study, Journal of Information Technology Management, 24(4), 14-24.

  • Halaweh, M. 2013. Discount Focus Subgroup Method: An innovative focus group method used in researching an emerging technology, 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS),4-6 December, 2013, Melbourne Australia.  

2012

  • Halaweh, M. 2012. Integration of grounded theory and case study: an exemplary application from e-commerce security perception research. Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, 13(1), pp.31-51. 

  • Halaweh, M. 2012. Using Grounded Theory as Method for System Requirements Analysis. Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management. 9(1), p.23-38. (in ABDC)

  • Kamoun, F. and Halaweh, M. 2012. A Fuzzy classification Approach to Assess E-commerce Security Perception. International Journal of Business Information Systems 9 (1), pp. 108-126 (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2012. Modelling user perception of e-commerce security using partial least square. Journal of Information Technology Management. 23(1), pp. 22-33.  

  • Halaweh, M. and Kamoun F. 2012. User Interface Design and E-commerce Security Perception: An Empirical Study. International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR) 8(2). (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2012. Ethical Considerations Raised by Using Near Field Communication Technology for Mobile Payments. European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS), Munich, Germany 7-8 June, 2012. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2012. Adoption of Near Field Communication for Mobile payment in the UAE.European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS), Munich, Germany 7-8 June, 2012. (in SCOPUS)

2011

  • Miniaoui S. and Halaweh, M. 2011. FACEBOOK for CoP of researchers: Identifying the Needs and Evaluating the Compatibility" Journal of Technology Management and Innovation, 6 (4).(in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2011 Adoption of E-commerce: Understanding the Security Challenge. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC). 47 (3), 1-13. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M., ALmourad, B. and Miniaoui, S. 2011. Identifying the needs of Community of Practices (CoPs) for Researchers within UAE.European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS),30-31 May 2011, Athens, Greece. (in SCOPUS)

  • Miniaoui, S., Halaweh, M. and ALmourad, B, 2011. Evaluating the appropriateness of FACEBOOK for a community of practice (CoP) of researchers. International Conference on Information and Communication Technology,4-5 October, 2011, Singapore.  

  • Halaweh, M. 2011. Application of Grounded Theory Method in Information Systems Research: Methodological and Practical Issues.8thEuropean, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS),30-31 May 2011, Athens, Greece. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M. 2011.Using Grounded Theory as a Supportive Technique for System Requirements Analysis.In proceedings of International Conference on Systems (ICONS), 23-38, January, 2011, Sint Maarten, The Netherlands Antilles. 

2010

  • Halaweh, M. and Kamoun, F.  2010 A Fuzzy classification Approach to Assess E-commerce Security Perception. In proceedings of IADIS Information Systems conference, 18-20 March, Porto, Portugal. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M.2010. Criteria for Evaluating the Quality of Qualitative Information Systems Research.In proceedings of IADIS Information Systems conference, 18-20 March, Porto, Portugal. (in SCOPUS)

2008

  • Stahl, Bernd Carsten; Amri, Jehad Al-; Almullah, Suad; Dawood, Muneeb; Fidler, Christine; Halaweh, Mohanad; Ibekwe, Osita; Kanaan, Raed Kareem; Phythian, Mick; Shery, Abdullah Al-; Swesi, Khaled; Tangai, Sarai, 2008. The Social Side of Theory: A Community Based Narrative of Research and Theory, International Journal of Doctoral Studies, vol.3, pp. 31-42. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M., Fidler, C. and McRobb, S., 2008. Integrating the Grounded Theory Method and Case Study Research Methodology within IS Research: a possible “road map”. 28th International Conference on Information Systems ICIS 2008, 14-17 December, Paris, France. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M., Fidler, C. and McRobb, 2008. Security Perception in E-commerce Websites - A Customer’s Perspective. In proceedings of IADIS e-commerce conference, 25-27 July, Amsterdam, Holland. 

  • Halaweh, M., Fidler, C., 2008. Security Perception in E-commerce: a conflict between Customers’ and Organizations’ Perspectives.  International Multiconference on Computer Science andInformation Technology, 20-22 October, Wisla, Poland. (in SCOPUS)

  • Halaweh, M., Fidler, C., 2008. Adoption of Electronic Payment Systems in E-commerce Websites within Jordan. In proceedings of IADIS e-commerce conference, 25-27 July, Amsterdam, Holland.

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