PhD student in Information Systems and Innovation
Thesis: 'Re-Assessing Modularity: Confronting the Challenge of Digital Infrastructures'
Reuel Ocho is a PhD candidate in the Information Systems and Innovation Group, in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He holds a Master of Science degree in Advanced Software Engineering with Distinction from King’s College London, for which he received the prize for best overall performance in the degree across all students. He also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computing with Magna Cum Laude Honours from Andrews University, USA.
Reuel has worked for several years in industry, and continues to do so, successfully delivering diverse strategic IT initiatives. Additionally he holds professional certifications in Enterprise Architecture systematic formulation and delivery and Agile Methodology.
Reuel’s research aims to extend the information systems research literature’s theorising about the characteristics of virtual infrastructures and how these characteristics are implicated in organizing and practice within enterprises. His empirical study is engaging virtualization and cloud computing technology vendors in order to get a holistic understanding of how they perceive the business impact of virtualization.