Prof. Vikas Sahasrabudhe received an M.S. (1968) and Ph.D. (1972) in Computer Science from University of California, Berkeley. Prior to entering academics, he had 30 years of practical experience in the application of information systems and technology – 5 years in the software industry in India and 25 years at the World Bank. In his academic career of 11 years, he has taught courses on a wide spectrum of topics from purely technical to strategic management of information systems and technology. His research interests are leveraging information technology for learning and for collaboration. His has published papers in the Proceedings of International Conference on Information Systems, American Society for
Cybernetics Conference, Americas Conference on Information Systems, Winter Simulation Conference, and System Dynamics Society Conference.
Dr. Sahasrabudhe is teaching Introduction to Strategic Information Management at Maryland’s iSchool at Shady Grove.