||Dr. Tamas Michel Koplyay|
Professor, Project Management Master’s, Université du Québec. Visiting Professor,
SPROTT School of Business, Carleton University
phone: (613) 233 6622
Dr. Koplyay is full professor at the Université du Québec. Recently he has joined the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University as a visiting professor in the PhD program. Dr. Koplyay is the president of Lifecycle Consulting, a firm specializing in providing advice to hitech/biotech firms in the areas of marketing and strategy.
Dr. Koplyay has developed and delivered over 50 courses on strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions, IPO, venture capital financing and incubation, focusing primarily on high tech industry for executive audiences in Canada, Hong Kong and Europe. He has supervised over 100 hundred consulting assignments in the Executive MBA program, resulting in 50 published cases and consulting advice to the client companies including Nortel, Cognos, Mitel, Corel, Calian, Newbridge, QNX, World Heart, Bombardier, Compaq, Dell, Entrust, Biovail, Alliance Atlantis, Philsar, Fulcrum and Rebel.com, Computing Devices Canada, Maclaren Industries, C-Tech Ltd.
Dr. Koplyay is regularly consulted by major media outlets on issues concerning the hi-tech industry. Among others, he has given over a 100 media interviews on hi-tech topics to CBC-Venture, Radio Canada, The New RO TV, The Ottawa Citizen, Canadian Business Magazine, TV Ontario, CTV, CBC Newsday and CBC National News.
An alliance builder, Dr. Koplyay has championed cooperative relations between the University of Québec and business and economic development organizations such as the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance), Ottawa Center for Research and Innovation (OCRI) and the Université du Québec.
Dr. Koplyay holds a Ph. D. - Systems Science from Michigan State University, B. Sc.- Math/Eng. from McGill University, M.A.- Applied Math M. Sc.- Systems Eng., M. A.- Communications from the State University of New York, MBA - Strategic Management from University of Ottawa and was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard University Law School in international corporate taxation.