Hyunwoo Park is an Assistant Professor in Management Sciences at the Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University. He is also affiliated with the Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI), a university-wide initiative on data analytics. He joined Fisher after his postdoctoral fellowship at the Tennenbaum Institute at Georgia Tech. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech, a Master of Information Management and Systems from UC Berkeley, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University.

His research interests include business and data analytics with an emphasis on visualization, supply chain management from the network perspective, and technology and innovation management in the presence of digital platforms.

His research has been published in leading journals including Academy of Management Review, Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (TEM), IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (TVCG), Journal of Operations Management, and Research Policy.

He won the TIM (Technology and Innovation Management) Division Best Student Paper Award at the Academy of Management in 2015 and the OCIS (Organizational Communication and Information Systems) Division Best Paper Award at the Academy of Management in 2017. His dissertation was awarded a Runner-up for the INFORMS TIMES (Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Section) Best Dissertation Award in 2017.

Areas of Expertise

Information Technology

  • Information Technology

Logistics/Supply Chain Management

  • Supply Chain Risk and Resilience
  • Supply Chain Management

Production/Operations Management

  • Data Visualization
  • Operations Strategy
  • Buyer-Supplier Relationship
  • Technology Management


  • Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (Minor in Economics), Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015
  • Master of Information Management and Systems, University of California, Berkeley, 2010
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering (summa cum laude), Seoul National University, South Korea, 2008


[20] Park H, Bellamy MA, Basole RC. 2018. Structural Anatomy and Evolution of Supply Chain Alliance Networks: A Multi-Method Approach. Journal of Operational Management, Accepted

[19] Basole RC, Park H, Chao RO. 2018. Visual Analysis of Venture Similarity in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, [Link]

[18] Basole RC, Park H. 2018. Interfirm Collaboration and Firm Value in Software Ecosystems: Evidence From Cloud Computing. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, [Link]

[17] Park BS, Park H, Ramanujam R. 2018. Tua Culpa: When an Organization Blames its Partner for Failure in a Shared Task. Academy of Management Review, [Link]

[16] Basole RC, Srinivasan A, Park H, Patel S. 2018. ecoxight: Discovery, Exploration and Analysis of Business Ecosystems using Interactive Visualization. ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, 9(2), no. 6 [Link]

[15] Ivannikova E, Park H, Hämäläinen T, Lee K. 2018. Revealing Community Structures by Ensemble Clustering using Group Diffusion. Information Fusion, 42, 24-36 [Link]

[14] Srinivasan A, Park H, Endert A, Basole RC. 2018. Graphiti: Interactive Specification of Attribute-based Edges for Network Modeling and Visualization. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 24(1), 226-235 [Link]

[13] Kim B-C, Lee J, Park H. 2017. Two-Sided Platform Competition with Multihoming Agents: An Empirical Study on the Daily Deals Market. Information Economics and Policy, 41, 36-53 [Link]

[12] Basole RC*, Bellamy MA*, Park H*. 2016. Visualization of Innovation in Global Supply Chain Networks. Decision Sciences, 48(2), 288-306 [Link]

[11] Park H, Bellamy MA, Basole RC. 2016. Visual Analytics for Supply Network Management: System Design and Evaluation. Decision Support Systems, 91, 89-102 [Link]

[10] Park H*, Basole RC*. 2016. Bicentric Diagrams: Design and Applications of a Graph-Based Relational Set Visualization Technique. Decision Support Systems, 84, 64-77 [Link]

[9] Basole RC, Bellamy MA, Park H, Putrevu J. 2016. Computational Analysis and Visualization of Global Supply Network Risks. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 12(3), 1206-1213 [Link]

[8] Park H, Lee J, Kim BC. 2015. Project Selection in NIH: A Natural Experiment from ARRA. Research Policy, 44(6), 1145-1159 [Link]

[7] Basole RC, Braunstein M, Kumar V, Park H, Kahng M, Chau DHP, Tamersoy A, Hirsh DA, Serban N, Bost J, Lesnick B, Schissel BL, Thompson M. 2015. Understanding Variations in Pediatric Asthma Care Processes in the Emergency Department using Visual Analytics. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), 22(2), 318-323 [Link]

[6] Basole RC, Russell MG, Hutamaki J, Rubens N, Still K, Park H. 2015. Understanding Business Ecosystem Dynamics: A Data-Driven Approach. ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, 6(2), no. 6 [Link]

[5] Basole RC, Qamar A, Park H, Paredis C, McGinnis LF. 2015. Visual Analytics for Early-Phase Complex Engineered System Design Support. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 35(2), 41-51 [Link]

[4] Basole RC, Park H, Barnett BC. 2015. Coopetition and Convergence in the ICT Ecosystem. Telecommunications Policy, 39(7), 537-552 [Link]

[3] Park H, Lee K. 2014. Dependence Clustering, a Method Revealing Community Structure with Group Dependence. Knowledge-Based Systems, 60, 58-72 [Link]

[2] Basole RC, Bellamy MA, Clear T, Dabkowski M, Monreal J, Park H, Valerdi R, Van Aken EM. 2013. Challenges and Opportunities for Enterprise Transformation Research. Journal of Enterprise Transformation, 3(4), 330-352 [Link]

[1] Park H, Clear T, Rouse WB, Basole RC, Braunstein M, Brigham KL, Cunningham L. 2012. Multi-Level Simulations of Health Delivery Enterprises Flight Simulators for Policy, Strategy, Planning, and Management. INFORMS Service Science, 4(3), 253-268 [Link]

Awards and Honors

  • Best Dissertation Award Runner-up, INFORMS Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Section (TIMES), 2017
  • Best Paper Award Winner, Academy of Management Organizational Communication & Information Systems (OCIS) Division, 2017
  • Best Student Paper Award Winner, Academy of Management Technology & Innovation Management (TIM) Division, 2015
  • Doctoral Fellowship, Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies, 2010-2015
  • Dr. James R. Chen Award (Best Master’s project in one of three tracks), School of Information, University of California, Berkeley, 2010
  • Graduate Study Scholarship, Samsung Foundation, 2008-2010
  • Presidential Scholar, awarded by the President of the Republic of Korea, Dae-Jung Kim, 2002
  • Gold Medalist, 33rd International Chemistry Olympiad, 2001


  • BUSMGT 2320 - Decision Sciences: Statistical Techniques

    Examination of the use of statistical techniques in managerial decision-making processes; statistical inference, simple and multiple regression, time series. Prereq: Math 1131 (132), or 1151 (152); and Stat 1430 (133); and CSE 1113, or 2111 (200); and Econ 2001.01 (200). Prereq or Concur: Econ 2002.01 (201). Not open to students with credit for 330. This course is available for EM credit.

  • BUSMGT 7331 - Descriptive Analytics and Visualization

    Visualization is an effective way to communicate the underlying patterns of data. Students will learn different types of visualization and how to compose and combine them using R. This course covers a wide range of visualization from simple to complex, static to interactive, and familiar to exotic. Students will also be exposed to how to describe and visualize unstructured data such as texts. Prereq: 6400, 7250, enrollment in SMB-Analytics program, or permission of instructor.