Hung-Lian Tang

Hung-Lian Tang

Interim Department Head and Professor of Computer Information Systems

557 Owen

734.487.2085

htang@emich.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  • MBA University of Kansas
  • BS National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Professional Summary

Dr. Hung-Lian Tang has published articles in refereed journals and proceedings such as Journal of Computer Information Systems and Information and Management. He is a member of several information systems related associations such as Decision Sciences Institute, International Association of Computer Information Systems, and International Chinese Information Systems Association (ICISA). He is the elected president of the International Chinese Information Systems Association (ICISA), the Board of Director of ACME (Association for Chinese Management Educators), and the past Vice President of IBSCA (International Business School Computing Association).

Courses Taught

  • IS 215 End-User Computing
  • IS 499 3 Credit Independent Study
  • IS 606 Web Application Development
  • IS 655 Decision Support Systems

Research Interests & Projects

Dr. Hung-Lian Tang teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in database management and systems analysis and design.

Selected Publications

Chung, S., Tang, H. (2003). Technological Factors Linking ERP to Supply Chain Management: Modularity and Integration. Journal of Academy of Business Administration.

Tang, H. (2002). Perception Gaps Between IS Academicians and IS Practitioners: An Exploratory Study. Information Management, 40, 51-61.

Tang, H. (2001). Educational Gaps as Perceived by IS Educators: A Survey of Knowledge and Skill Requirements. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 31 (2), 76-84.

Tang, H. (1998). An Investigation on Developing Web-Based Executive Information Systems. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 38 (2), 49, 54.

Tang, H. (1997). Integrating Expert Systems and Multimedia: A Detailed Analysis. Telematics and Informatics, 14 (3), 257-272.