Harry Jiannan Wang is an Associate Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS) and JPMorgan Chase Fellow in the Lerner College of Business and EconomicsUniversity of Delaware. He is also an affiliated faculty in the Institute for Financial Services Analytics, University of Delaware. He received Ph.D. in MIS from the Eller College of Management, University of Arizona and B.S. in MIS from Tianjin University in China.

His research interests involve business process management, business analytics and intelligence, services computing, and enterprise systems. He has published research articles in journals, such as Information Systems ResearchDecision Support SystemsACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, Journal of Database Management, and Information Technology and Management. His research projects on process mining and analytics have been supported by JPMorgan Chase (see a featured article in UD Professional Education News).

Harry is an associate editor of Journal of Electronic Commerce Research and is on the editorial board of Journal of Database Management and International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management. He has co-edited three special issues in IS journals, such as Decision Support SystemsACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, and Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Harry has been a co-chair for the 2013 China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM) and a program co-chair for the 2014 International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC) and the 2013 Workshop on business Processes and Service. He has also been a program committee member or track co-chair for numerous conferences.

He teaches IT project management, system analysis and design, and programming at the University of Delaware. Prior joining UD, he taught database management and business process management at the University of Arizona. He won two teaching awards from the Department of MIS at the University of Arizona, including 2005 James F. LaSalle Award for Teaching Excellence and 2005 MIS Instructor of the Year.