Chen, Xi


Chen, Xi

Tel: 025-83621039


Ph.D. Supervisor, Department of Marketing and E-commerce  

Xi Chen, Ph.D., Full Professor, Ph.D. Supervisor, Chair of Marketing and Electronic Business Department, Visiting Scholar of Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington. He authors more than 60 refereed journal/international conference papers and book chapters, more than 60 papers among them have been indexed by SCI/SSCI and EI, including lots of papers in JCR I and II sections. He has published 2 monographs and owned several national authorized patents. 

He is the project chief and sub-project leader of more than 20 Foundations, including the key project of the National Natural Science Foundation, the key project of the National Social Sciences Foundation, National Science Foundation, and National Ministry of Education Science Foundation, and so on. He is the innovation team leader of Nanjing University. He got the 2015 Youth Award of Management in ChinaBest Paper Award of the Chinese Academy of System Simulation, Outstanding Achievement Award of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province, and so on. He has been elected to the Ministry of Education for New Century Excellent Talents Scheme since 2011, and 3 high-level talent plans in Jiangsu Province. He is the chair and the commissioner of some international/national academic associations, the chair of some technical committees, the chair of the organization committee of some refereed conferences, and the associate editor and editorial member of some refereed international journals and conferences. His research interests include business intelligence, services engineering and management, computational simulation experiments, Internet data analysis, and so on.   

Research Fields    

1. Information System and Management   

2. Business Intelligence   

3. Services Engineering and Management   

4. Management Computational Simulation Experiment   

5. Big Data Analysis   

Teaching Fields    

1. Analysis and Design of E-commerce Systems   

2. Enterprise Resources Planning   

3. Management Information Systems