Prof. Yoram M. Kalman

I am an associate professor in the Department of Management and Economics. My research lies at the intersection of computer-mediated communication (CMC), human-computer interaction (HCI), and information systems (IS). I hold various leadership roles at the university, such as chairing the MBA program, the Faculty Council, and the Learning Analytics Committee, and serve as a board member at The Research Center for Innovation in Learning Technologies.


With a diverse academic background spanning the social sciences, biological sciences, and humanities, and nearly two decades of senior management experience in the private sector, my research interests cover a wide range of topics. These include: nonverbal elements of computer-mediated communication, particularly time-related cues (chronemics); human-computer interaction with a focus on writing analytics; digitization and digital transformation in higher education, emphasizing learning analytics and learner-centered outcome measures; and the impact of digital innovation on daily life within the knowledge society.