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Frutiger, Michael

Michael Frutiger

Ph.D. Candidate

4275 / 461B
Technology Platforms: Social Context, Value of Service Integration, and Standards Use
Within User Identity and Behavioral Differences by Technology Context
Open Standards and Technology Development
Interactive Technology, Influence, and Decision Making
PhD, Information Technology Management, GT Scheller College of Business (in progress)
MBA-MOT, Information Technology Management, GT Scheller College of Business (formerly College of Management)
BS, Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Michael Frutiger is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Scheller College of Business with a background of over a dozen years in the IT industry. His research activities have included work with a local virtual world company and with the U.S. Department of Defense.

Michael's research uses field work, empirical models, survey, and experimentation to study the use of virtual worlds, the assimilation of open standards, and the influence of technology interactivity on judgment tasks.

He has assisted with the coordination of the Mid-Career Mentoring Workshop (ICIS 2013) and the Doctoral Student Corner (AMCIS 2014), and served on the Scheller College of Business Ph.D. Committee (2013-2014).