Faculty in the MIT Sloan Information Technology Group are working with student researchers to address questions raised by the digital economy, examine the transformation of organizations and markets, and explore the development of new business models. The study of information technology is inherently multidisciplinary, and faculty members come with backgrounds in economics, management science, computer science, organizational behavior, sociology, and psychology.
Douglas Drane Career Development Professor in Information TechnologyLearn More
John Norris Maguire (1960) Professor of Information Technology, EmeritusLearn More
Behavioral and Policy Sciences, Management Science
Patrick J. McGovern (1959) Professor of ManagementLearn More
Research centers at MIT and MIT Sloan pursue solutions to the world’s most significant challenges. Through collaboration with other top researchers and business leaders, MIT Sloan faculty and students have a powerful impact on leading organizations and on everyday life.
Faculty in the Information Technology Group are affiliated with the following research centers at MIT:
Director, Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan and Principal Research ScientistLearn More