Darin Stewart is a Research Vice President in Gartner's Software Engineering and Applications practice. Dr. Stewart advises digital business leaders and technical professionals on how to create, manage and utilize knowledge resources. Research areas include knowledge management, public and private search, text analytics and natural language understanding, digital experience and content services platforms. In addition, he is an authority on disinformation and deepfake detection and defense. He is the author of numerous publications including the book "Building Enterprise Taxonomies."
Prior to joining Gartner, Dr. Stewart was Director of Research and Collaboration Systems for Oregon Health & Science University. He was responsible for research and research administration information systems, web strategies and intranet initiatives. He has been a member of the Applied Information Management faculty at the University of Oregon since 2004. He has served in information management leadership roles for a variety of organizations ranging from internet startups to major universities
Oregon Health & Science University
Director, Research & Collaboration Systems
Director, Information Management
Digital Workplace Applications
Collaboration and End-User Technologies for Technical Professionals
Ph.D., Information Science, University of Pittsburgh
M.S., Information Science, University of Pittsburgh
1Applying text analytics, Natural Language Processing, and social analytics.
2Optimizing enterprise search and public search so content and information is findable
3Detecting and defending against disinformation and deepfakes
4Supporting knowledge management, information sharing and collaboration
5Developing, applying and maintaining information architecture