Operations, Information & Technology Seminars

Find seminars on operations, information, and technology that are open to the Stanford University community.

OIT seminars are held on Wednesdays from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. PT, unless otherwise indicated.

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Winter 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Jan 06
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Jan van Mieghem 
Northwestern University
Digital Operations: Autonomous Automation and Smart Algorithms 
Jan 13
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Jing Dong
Columbia University DRO
Optimal Scheduling of Proactive Service with Customer Deterioration ( Abstract
Jan 20
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Jose Correa
Universidad de Chile
Prophet Inequalities from Sampled Data ( Abstract
Jan 27
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Rad Niazadeh
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 
Feb 10
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Santiago Balseiro
Columbia University DRO
 
Feb 17
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Shane Henderson
Cornell University ORIE
 
Feb 24
12:00–1:00
Zoom 
Gad Allon

Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
 
Mar 03
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Mohamed Mostagir
Stephen Ross School of Business, University of Michigan 
 
Mar 10
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Ozge Sahin
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School 
 
Mar 17
12:00–1:00
Zoom
Ed Kaplan
Yale School of Management 
 

Fall 2020

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 16
10:00-10:50
Zoom
Nicos Savva
London Business School
Hospital Reimbursement in the Presence of Selection and Upcoding Abstract
Sep 30
12:00-12:50
Zoom
Jamol Pender
Cornell University
Beyond Safety Drivers: Staffing a Teleoperations System for Autonomous Vehicles joint paper with Andrew Daw and Robert C. Hampshire 
Oct 14
12:00-12:50
Zoom
Jun Li
University of Michigan
Crowdfunding the Front Lines: An Empirical Study of Teacher-Driven School Improvement joint paper with Samantha M. Keppler  
Oct 21
12:00-12:50
Zoom
David Goldberg
Cornell University
Beating the curse of dimensionality in options pricing and optimal stopping ( Abstract
Nov 11
12:30-1:25
Zoom
Alex Belloni
Duke University Fuqua Business School
Subvector Inference in Partially Identified Models with Many Moment Inequalities joint paper with Federico Bugni and Victor Chernozhukov ( Abstract
Nov 18
10:00-10:50
Zoom
Ali Aouad
London Business School
Dynamic Stochastic Matching Under Limited Time joint paper with Omer Saritac
Dec 02
12:00-12:50
Zoom
Kimon Drakopoulos
USC Marshall School of Business
Testing for COVID-19: From Modeling to Practice ( Abstract