Robert T. Monroe

Associate Teaching Professor of Business Technologies
Director, Part-Time Online Hybrid MBA Program

PHONE

412-268-5709

OFFICE

POS - Posner Hall - Room 387

EDUCATION

Carnegie Mellon University - Ph D (Computer Science) - 1999
Carnegie Mellon University - MS (Computer Science) - 1995
University of Michigan - BS (Computer Science and Philosophy) - 1993

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Product and service innovation, international education, technology-enabled learning, high-tech product architecture

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Robert T. Monroe is an Associate Teaching Professor of Information Systems and Computer Science in the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, Dr. Monroe was the Associate Dean for Carnegie Mellon's international branch campus in Doha, Qatar. Before joining the faculty at Carnegie Mellon, Dr. Monroe worked in the software industry at a variety of companies including FreeMarkets, IBM, Carnegie Group, and OptiMetrics where he led the conception, design, development, and launch of a wide variety of successful software products and software-based services. Dr. Monroe holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.S. in Philosophy and Computer Science from the University of Michigan.

PUBLICATIONS

  • A Satisficing Choice Model

    (author(s): Peter Stuettgen, Peter Boatwright, Robert Monroe) INFORMS / Marketing Science 31(6), 2012; 878-899

  • Acme:Architectural Description of Component-Based Systems; David Garlan, Robert Monroe and David Wile
    Foundations of Component-Based Systems, Gary T. Leavens and Murali Sitaraman (eds), Cambridge University Press, 2000.

    Foundations of Component-Based System, Gray T. Leavens and Murali Sitaraman (eds), Cambridge University press, 2000,pp.47-68, 2000

  • Rapid Development of Custom software Architecture Design Enviroments

    Doctoral Dissertation,CMU School of Computer Science, Technical Report CMU-CS-99-161, August 1999, 1999

  • Acme: An Architecture Description Interchange Language

    Proceeding of CASCON '97, 1997

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AWARDS AND HONORS

  • Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar - Charles E. Thorpe Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding University Citizenship (2012)
  • CASCON Conference - First Decade High Impact Paper Award (2010)
  • Kodak - Kodak Graduate Fellow (1999)
  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow (1997)

COURSES TAUGHT

  • Big Data (45980)
    2015 Mini 3 Section: A
    2014 Section: E
    2014 Mini 5 Section: E
    2014 Mini 4 Section: A
    2013 Mini 4 Section: E
  • BUS TECH FOR CONSLTG (70453)
    2014 Section: A, A
  • MANGEMNT INFRMT SYST (70451)
    2014 Section: A
    2013 Section: A
    2012 Section: A
  • Information Systems Modeling I (14777)
    2013 Mini 4 Section: A
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Robert Monroe