Dr. Arthur Carvalho

Dinesh & IIa Paliwal Innovation Chair and Assistant Professor

Department of Information Systems & Analytics

Farmer School of Business - Miami University

800 E. High St., Oxford, OH, USA, 45056

Phone: +1 513 529 7162

Email: arthur.carvalho@miamioh.edu

About

Dr. Arthur Carvalho is the Dinesh & IIa Paliwal Innovation Chair and an Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Analytics at Farmer School of Business, Miami University. His research interests lie at the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Information Systems, and Decision Analysis. In particular, Dr. Carvalho works on the development and deployment of AI techniques and disruptive technologies, such as Hadoop services and Blockchain, aiming at improving business processes and decision making. Dr. Carvalho’s research has been published in leading academic journals such as Decision Support Systems, Decision Analysis, EURO Journal on Decision Processes, Judgement and Decision Making, The Journal of Prediction Markets, among others. Before joining Miami University, Dr. Carvalho worked as an Assistant Professor at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. He received his MMath and PhD in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo (Canada) in 2010 and 2014.


Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Business Analytics, Cognitive Computing, Crowdsourcing, Decision Analysis, Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems, Prediction Markets, Proper Scoring Rules.

Journal Publications

On Proper Scoring Rules and Cumulative Prospect Theory
A Data-Driven Statistical Approach for Extending Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
Evaluating Parking Policies for Parking Lots Handling Electric Vehicles
On a Participation Structure that Ensures Representative Prices in Prediction Markets
Inducing Honest Reporting of Private Information in the Presence of Social Projection
A Note on Sandroni-Shmaya Belief Elicitation Mechanism
An Overview of Applications of Proper Scoring Rules
How Many Crowdsourced Workers Should a Requester Hire?
Tailored Proper Scoring Rules Elicit Decision Weights
The Output-Agreement Method Induces Honest Behavior in the Presence of Social Projection
Sharing Rewards Among Strangers Based on Peer Evaluations

Other Peer-Reviewed Publications

Courses Taught

At Miami University:
- ISA 414/514: Managing Big Data
- ISA 245: Database Systems

At Erasmus University:
- Big Data and Business Analytics
- Applied Business Methods