https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/AWP-image-Elizabeth-Pontikes.png 1200 1200 Nancy McNamara https://academicwebpages.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/AWP-logo-white.png Nancy McNamara2020-03-24 20:10:162020-03-25 15:44:10Elizabeth G. Pontikes Associate, The University of California, Davis
Elizabeth G. Pontikes Associate, The University of California, Davis
My research focuses on category dynamics in markets. Categories are important because they influence how people think about organizations and products. In the modern economy, market categories change at an increasingly fast pace as innovation quickens and competition becomes more fierce. This means we can no longer take a static approach to understanding markets in which firms compete. I study how evaluations of firms and products depend on the rapidly changing categorical context, and how firms can use category strategy to shape markets to their advantage. I use computational “big data” text analytic approaches to capture detailed category maps for thousands of firms in a range of industries.
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Larry Pileggi, Carnegie Mellon University
Larry Pileggi is the Tanoto Professor and Head of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests include all aspects of modeling, design, and design methodologies for CMOS and post-CMOS technologies, as well as modeling and simulation of electrical power systems.
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Se-Jin Lee, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Se-Jin Lee's laboratory tries to understand the role of signaling molecules in regulating embryonic development and adult tissue homeostasis.