Julian Lin (PhD)

Julian is currently an assistant professor in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Communications and New Media Department, at the National University of Singapore.

He was originally an IT practitioner with 14 years of experience and with technical skills such as programming (J2EE, Java, JSP, ASP, Visual Basic, LotusScript for Workflow, JavaScript, JavaServlet), designing and administering database systems (Oracle, Ms SQL, DB/2, Lotus Domino) and designing network (designing TCP/IP network). He  also obtained more than a dozen of IT certifications in database, groupware, collaboration and knowledge management application and Sun java programming. He is also a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP).

Research Interest



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Editorial Service

Associate Editor
International Conference on Information System (ICIS, the tier 1 conference in IS) 2011

Programme Committee
The Pre-International Conference on Information Systems Human Computer Interaction and Management Information Systems since 2008.

Program Chair
International Workshop on Social Networks and E-Services (SNES-2013)  http://icacci-conference.org/site/snes2013

ICA Nominating Committee
With Jennifer Stromer-Galley, University at Albany, SUNY, and
Oscar Peters, University of Twente. 2011

Technical Programme Committee
International Workshop on Recent Advances in Medical Informatics (RAMI-2012) http://www.icacci-conference.org/RAMI2012.html

Interacting with Computers-
European Conference on Information Systems-
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication-
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management-
MIS Quarterly-
Journal of American Society for Information-
Information & Management-
International Conference on Information Systems-
Pacific Asia Conference for Information System-
International Communication Association-

Academic Service

Honours Cordinator (2011-2015)-
Fire Warden(2009-Present)-
Department Ethical Review Committee (DERC) (2011-2015)-
DERC Chair (2014-2015)-
Caring Action in Response to Emergency-
Research Talk Convener/Organizer-