Dr. D.L. (Daniel) Moody

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Assistant Professor


Capitool Building, Room C1-0x

P.O. Box 217

7500 AE Enschede
Tel: +31 (0) 53 489 3500 (secretary)

Fax: +31 (0) 53 489 2159

Email: (not active yet)



General information

Daniel Moody has a PhD in Information Systems from the University of Melbourne. He has held academic positions at universities around the world including the University of Iceland, Czech Technical University (Prague), University of Maribor (Slovenia), Charles University (Prague), University of Valencia (Spain), Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Monash University, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, Queensland University of Technology and University of Queensland.

Daniel has published over 80 papers in the IS field, covering both academic and practitioner forums. His publications have appeared in journals such as Information Systems, Data and Knowledge Engineering, Journal of Business Intelligence, Informing Science Journal, etc.


Daniel is also active as an IT practitioner and consultant. He has held IT management positions in some of Australia’s largest commercial organisations, and has conducted consulting assignments for companies around the world. He has consulted in a wide range of industries. His consulting expertise includes information management, information architecture, requirements analysis, database design, data warehousing and data quality management. He has also developed and delivered professional development seminars and training courses to practitioner groups and professional associations around the world.



Research interests

His research interests include conceptual modelling, software quality, data warehousing, decision support systems, information economics, human-computer interaction, information architecture, in-formation resource management, medical informatics and IT education.


Teaching 2005/2006

-To be announced

-Supervising Master and Bachelor thesis students


Curriculum vitae


Education

-Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), 2001, University of Melbourne, department of Information Systems (supervised by Professor Graeme Shanks), thesis titled “Dealing with Complexity: A Practical Method for Representing Large Data Models”

-Master of Information Systems, University of Queensland

-Bachelor of Science, University of Queensland (major in Computer Science and minors in Psychology and English)


Working Experience

-2004 - 2005: Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Iceland, Reykjavik

-2004: Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Maribor, Slovenia (Research visit sponsored by the Slovenian Science Foundation)

-2003 - 2004: Visiting Professor, Department of Cybernetics, Czech Technical University, Prague

-2003: Visiting Professor, Department of Software Engineering, Charles University, Prague

-2002: Profesor Invitado, Departamento de Sistemas Informáticos y Computación, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain (Research appointment under the Investigadores de Prestigio scheme)

-2002: Associate Professor, Department of Computer & Information Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim

-2001 - 2004: Senior Research Fellow, School of Business Systems, Monash University, Melbourne (adjunct position from 2002-2004)

-1999 - 2001: Research Fellow, Department of Information Systems, University of Melbourne

-1995 – 2001 Senior Consultant with Simsion Bowles & Associates

-1994 - 1995: Information Architect, Information Technology Group, Ansett, Australia

-1993: Chief Information Architect, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

-1991 - 1992: Senior Data Analyst, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

-1989 - 1990: Consultant, Institute of Information Technology (IIT), IBM Australia

-1988 - 1990: Lecturer, School of Information Systems, University of New South Wales, Sydney

-1986 - 1987: Lecturer, Department of Information Systems, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane

-1984 - 1985: Tutorial Fellow, Commerce Department, University of Queensland, Brisbane


Professional Service

-Editorial board member for the Australian Journal of Information Systems

-Reviewer for: Information Systems Journal, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Australian Journal of Information Systems

-Australian President of the Data Management Association (DAMA)

-Australian World-Wide Representative for the Information Resource Management Association (IRMA)

-Member of the Association of Information Systems (AIS)

-Member of the Australian Computer Society (ACS)

-Member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)


Recent and relevant publications

-MOODY, D.L. and SINDRE, G. (2005): “Evaluating the Effectiveness of Learning Interventions: Development and Empirical Testing of a Measurement Instrument”, Journal of Information Technology Education, forthcoming.

-GENERO, M., MOODY, D.L. and PIATTINI, M. (2005): “The Impact of Size and Complexity on Maintenance of UML Class Diagrams: An Experimental Analysis”, Journal of Systems Maintenance and Evolution, 47, 2, May/June.

-MOODY, D.L. (2005): “Empirical Research in Conceptual Modelling: A Theoretical and Practical Imperative”, Wirtschaftsinformatik, 47, 2, April, pp. 152-162. (the leading IS journal for German-speaking countries)

-MOODY, D.L. (2005): “Theoretical and Practical Issues in Evaluating the Quality of Conceptual Models: Current State and Future Directions”, Data and Knowledge Engineering, forthcoming (accepted December 2004).

-MOODY, D.L. and KORTINK, M.A.R. (2003): From ER Models to Dimensional Models II: Advanced Design Issues, Journal of Business Intelligence, 8, 4, Fall.

-MOODY, D.L. and SHANKS, G.G. (2003): Improving the Quality of Data Models: Empirical Validation of a Quality Management Framework, Information Systems, 28, 6, August.

-MOODY, D.L. (2003): “Using the World Wide Web to Connect Research and Practice: Towards Evidence-Based Practice”, Informing Science Journal, 6, March.

-SINDRE, G., MOODY, D.L., BRASETHVIK, T. and SØLVBERG, A. (2003): “Introducing Peer-Review in an IS Analysis Course”, Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE), 14, 1.

-MOODY, D.L. and KORTINK, M.A.R. (2003): From ER Models to Dimensional Models: Bridging the Gap between OLTP and OLAP Design, Journal of Business Intelligence, 8, 3, Summer.

-MOODY, D.L. (2003): “Dealing with Complexity in Information Systems Modelling: Development and Empirical Validation of a Method for Representing Large Data Models”, in Massey, A.P., March, S.T. and DeGross, J.I. (eds), Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS'2003), Seattle, USA, December 14-16.

-MOODY, D.L. and SHANKS, G.G. (2002): "Using On-Line Medical Knowledge to Support Evidence Based Practice: A Case Study of a Successful Knowledge Management Project", in Knowledge Media in Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges, Grütter, R. (ed.), Idea Group Publishing.

-MOODY, D.L. (2002): “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Data Modellers”, in Guidelines for Implementing Data Resource Management (4th Edition), B. Morgan and C. Nolan, (Eds.), DAMA International Press, Seattle, USA.

-MOODY, D.L. and WALSH, P.A. (2002): “Measuring The Value Of Information: An Asset Valuation Approach”, in Guidelines for Implementing Data Resource Management (4th Edition), B. Morgan and C. Nolan, (Eds.), DAMA International Press, Seattle, USA.

-MOODY, D.L. (2000): "Building Links Between IS Research and Professional Practice: Improving the Relevance and Impact of IS Research", International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS'00), R.A. Weber and B. Glasson (eds.), Brisbane, Australia, December 11-13.