Dr. Mohammad Tafiqur Rahman holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems (IS) from the University of Agder (UiA), Norway. His research interests include decision support systems, disaster and crisis management, disaster response, humanitarian logistics, and research methods. He used the Delphi method in this Ph.D. dissertation that has been nominated for competing the HUMLOG Institute’s Board Award 2021 for the best Ph.D. thesis in humanitarian logistics. His research is affiliated with the Centre for Integrated Emergency Management (CIEM) at UiA. Dr. Rahman holds MSc. in Software Engineering of Distributed Systems from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden with a specialization in Information and communication Technology. He worked as an Assistant Professor at UiA, where he also conducted several guest lecturers. His recent publications appeared in different IS and crisis related journals and conferences, such as IJEM, IJISCRAM, ISD, ISCRAM-med and his article at ISD 2019 conference was recognized as one of the conference’s best papers. Beside presenting and publishing articles in different information systems, and crisis and emergency management conferences and journals, Dr. Rahman reviews articles for ECIS, EJISDC, IJDRR, HICSS, WEBIST, and WI. His service was recognized as an outstanding contribution in reviewing by IJDRR in 2018. Please follow him on LinkedIn.