Mohamed Dia

Mohamed Dia

Full Professor

Department of Finance and Operations
Management
F-436, Fraser Auditorium Sudbury Campus

Biography

Dr. Mohamed Dia is a Full Professor of Quantitative Methods at the School of Commerce and Administration of the Faculty of Management. He received his PhD in Management Science from the Business School of Tunis, Tunisia in 2000, a Masters in Modeling and Management Information Systems from the Business School of Tunis, as well as a "Maîtrise" and a Bachelor in Management Information Systems, and a "Diplôme d'études Universitaires Générales" in Mathematics and Computer Programming from the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Nouakchott, Mauritania. Dr. Mohamed Dia has been also a postdoctorant at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa, Canada, and at the University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada.

Education

  • Doctorat / Ph.D.
  • DEA / M.MIS
  • Maîtrise
  • Licence / B.MIS
  • DEUG
  • Research

    Dr. Dia's research focuses on Multi-Criteria Decision Aid, Data Envelopment Analysis, and Fuzzy Sets Theory. He is also interested in applying these techniques in Corporate Finance, Risk Management, and Portfolio Selection.

    Awards

  • Best Papers Awards for the Management Science Division of the 2011 ASAC Conference (Montreal (QC), July 2-5, 2011) and of the 2013 ASAC Conference (Calgary (AB), June 8-13, 2013).
  • Highest Distinction for a Doctorate Thesis (Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis, Tunisia): Very Honourable Mention.
  • Hon. all academic degrees