Victor Rosenberg is Associate Professor Emeritus in the School of Information at the University of Michigan.
Before coming to Michigan, he was a Professor of Library Science at the University of California at Berkeley.
Dr. Rosenberg received his Ph.D. in Library Science from the University of Chicago, a Master's degree in Information Science and a Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Lehigh University.
His interests include electronic commerce, information retrieval, information policy, technology in the humanities, Brazil, and entrepreneurship. His current work is in the area of electronic commerce and its effects on small and medium sized businesses.
He was on leave (1998-1999) to the United States Department of Commerce, Office of Technology Administration in Washington, DC. His work was sponsored by a fellowship from the Computing Research Association.
Dr. Rosenberg was the founder and CEO of Personal Bibliographic Software, Inc., the developer of ProCite and BiblioLink software products. In June, 1996 the company was sold to the Institute for Scientific Information, a subsidiary of the Thomson - Reuters Corporation. ProCite and BiblioLink are now being developed, supported, and sold by ISI Researchsoft of Philadelphia, PA.
Currently, Professor Rosenberg is a mentor for an NSF I-Corps project in the University of Michigan College of Engineering.