MIkhail Mutafyan

MIkhail Mutafyan


Pilon School of Business


Professor, Information Systems

He has 32 years of teaching experience at College and University levels. He has developed and taught many IT based courses, such as: Systems Analysis and Design, Software Engineering Methodologies, Control Theory, Telehealth, Healthcare Informatics Systems, Business Information Systems, Bioinformatics, Imaging, Data Science, Visualization for Science and Engineering, Statistics and Research Methods, Business Project Management, IT Project Management, Principles of Software Development, Operating Systems, UNIX/Linux Systems, Clinical Workflows and IT Solutions, Computer Hardware and Networks, Fiber Optics Communications, Digital Forensics, Quantitative Methods in Evaluation of Social Processes, and others.

Mikhail’s strength is to work in interdisciplinary domains to create a big-picture System’s Vision. He has advanced research experience in Statistical Modeling, real-time Data/Signals Processing and software methodologies. Mikhail successfully realized 40 large scale projects, supervised 15 PhD and post-doctoral fellows, and 75 Master’s theses. He has published about 100 papers and two books. In collaboration with students Mikhail has developed and patented some Biometric Information Systems.

Dr. Mutafyan is PMP certified, he also is a member of PMI and a senior member of IEEE. He is professionally certified in Canadian Project Management, University of Toronto; Strategic Decisions and Risk Management, Stanford University, U.S.A.; and in Architecture of Complex Systems, MIT, U.S.A.

Teaching Interests

  • Information Systems, Project Management, Data Analytics

Research Interests

  • Human-computer interaction, Biometrics and Advanced Visualization, Systems Analysis and Complexity
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