David G. Dobolyi

Research Assistant Professor, General Faculty
Information Technology

+1 434-243-8495
Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology, University of Virginia
M.A., Cognitive Psychology, University of Virginia
B.A., English Language and Literature, University of Maryland
Areas of Expertise: 
Information technology
Business analytics
Machine learning
Multimodel comparison
Statistical programming
Professional Activities: 

David Dobolyi is a Research Assistant Professor of IT at the McIntire School of Commerce. He teaches courses in business analytics and statistical programming in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. His diverse academic background spans several fields, including cognitive psychology, English literature, and computer science. His research is currently focused on predictive analytics, machine learning, online fraud prevention, text mining, and social media analysis.

Recent news about David G. Dobolyi:
McIntire corporate partner Deloitte, one of the world’s leading professional services firms, has invested in student projects concerned with industry-oriented predictive analytics. Under guidance from Professor David Dobolyi, four recent McIntire graduates from the Class of 2018—Michelle Chen, Cody Kelderhouse,... Read more
Do we think that automation will ruin our lives—or make it much easier? A recent study by the McIntire School’s Center for Business Analytics and Ipsos Public Affairs probed consumer and workplace perspectives of automation that ranged from online banking... Read more