Professor Lukyanenko teaches GCOM 7010: Global Strategy and Systems and GCOM 7652: Business Analytics for Decision Making at the McIntire School. Prior to McIntire, Professor Lukyanenko taught courses on business intelligence, business analytics, ERP systems, distributed architectures, IT adoption and use, and introduction to information systems.

Professor Lukyanenko’s research interests include conceptual modeling, information quality, crowdsourcing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, design science research, and research methods (research validity). Professor Lukyanenko’s work on these topics has been published in Nature; MIS Quarterly; Information Systems Research; Journal of the Association for Information Systems; and European Journal of Information Systems, among others.

Professor Lukyanenko’s contributions have been recognized nationally and internationally. Some notable awards include Best Paper Award at MIS Quarterly and Best Information Systems Paper of the Year by the AIS College of Senior Scholars, Gold Medal by The Governor General of Canada, INFORMS Design Science Research Award (excellence in design and realization of innovative IT artifacts), and AIS Dissertation Award (best doctoral dissertation of the year in the field of information systems).

Professor Lukyanenko served for four years as Vice President and President for the Special Interest Group on Systems Analysis & Design, which is affiliated with the Association for Information Systems (AIS). He is a Co-Developer of

Prior to academia, Professor Lukyanenko worked for eight years in the IT industry as web and application programmer, database developer, systems analyst, and IT consultant. Professor Lukyanenko worked for ExxonMobil, CapitalOne, the University of Richmond, Eastern Health, and the Association for New Canadians, among others.