Profile

Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn

Associate Professor
Department of Business Information Systems
Faculty of Business and Law
Auckland University of Technology
Auckland, New Zealand
Phone: 1+64 9 921 9235
E-mail: angsana [at] aut [dot] ac [dot] nz



Bio:

Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn is an Associate Professor in Business Information Systems, Faculty of Business and Law at Auckland University of Technology. Angsana's research is concerned with theory building and empirical analysis on ICT-enabled social innovations, ICT use and quality of life, the adoption and diffusion of technology, technology policy, and technology-mediated learning. She has published in IEEE Security & Privacy, Information Technology and Management, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Journal of Global Information Management, and Telecommunications Policy. Her research has been supported by grants from the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the Commonwealth Fund Foundation, Internet New Zealand, Microsoft, the U.S. National Science Foundation, and Qualcomm.





Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Recent News:

    • Dec 2015: Research finding with professionals with visual impairments [YouTube video]

    • Nov 2014: Received 2014 Vice Chancellor's Academic Excellence Award in Teaching

    • Oct 2014: Received 2014 Faculty excellence in teaching award [picture]

    • Oct 2014: Research on Internet use and subjective well-being of young adults was featured in AUT Insight Magazine [PDF] Link to the issue 

    • Aug 2014: Participated in CIO Roundtable to discuss millennials in the workplace
      Excerpt: "Even though they don’t want to engage in email communication during their non-work hours, they see somebody else replying at slightly odd hours. So you get into this ‘Everybody else is doing it, I’m doing it too’. My concern would be, are we getting ourselves into an unsustainable work rhythm?"
      Link to the full story


    • Dec 2012: Received 2012 Dean's exceptional contribution award (Excellence and leadership in research)

    • Oct 2012: Received a summer RA grant from AUT to support research on mobility in action

    • June 2012: Received funding from Chiang Mai University to support research on Internet use and subjective well-being for young adults in Chiang Mai, Thailand

    • April 2012: Received funding from Internet NZ to support research on Internet use and subjective well-being for South Auckland

    • March 2012: Received 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award: Overall Teaching Award for the Faculty of Business and Law

    • March 2012: Received 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award: Department of Business Information Systems

    • February 2012: Received a summer RA grant from AUT to support research on mobility and the dynamics of work and non-work boundary

    • July 2011: Received a grant from AUT Center for Learning and Teaching to incorporate digital storytelling as part of discovery learning in Business Information Systems course

    • March 2011: Honored to receive an NSF CAREER award to support research on broadband use and consequences on quality of life. Here is the link to award abstract

    • March 2011: Won 2010 best paper award from AIS Transactions on HCI