Viktor Dörfler

 

 


 

Viktor is a senior lecturer at the Management Science Department of the Strathclyde Business School and the director of the Management Development Programme. He gained masters degrees in Mathematical Engineering, International Business Relations, Engineering Education and an MBA from Hungarian universities and he holds a PhD from Strathclyde University. Before joining the department, he worked as a university lecturer in Budapest, Hungary. In parallel he continues working as an independent software development consultant with Doctus.

His research is focused on two interrelated areas: the first covers modelling of personal knowledge and knowledge increase in organizational context; the second covers knowledge-based expert systems, in particular Doctus KBS, and related intelligent applications, such as intelligent corporate portals and e-learning systems. His most recent research includes modelling levels of personal knowledge and the design of ‘f-learning’, a new approach to teaching and learning marked by freedom in the post-e-era.

Specialties:modelling expert knowledge using knowledge-based expert systems to support decision takers

More info: http://www.strath.ac.uk/mansci/staff/dorflerviktordr/




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