PhD Student Seminar Series
This event, started in Fall 2000, is a weekly get-together for the Division's PhD students. The seminar series consists of presentations of student research and discussions with individual faculty members about their work. Food and drinks are available. PhD students from the IEOR Department are always welcome to join us.
Also look for events in the Decision, Risk & Operations (DRO) and Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (IEOR) Joint Colloquium.
Friday, October 12: 12:30 - 2:30 in Uris 331 <-- VIDEO LINK!
Pricing Managed Lanes (joint work with Robert Phillips)
Auctions Design for Online Display Advertising Exchanges (joint work with Omar Besbes and Gabriel Weintraub)
Selling to the Censored Newsvendor: Optimal Wholesale Price with Downstream Demand Learning (joint work with Fangruo Chen)
On the Use of Linear Programming to Control Diffusions (joint work with Martin Haugh)
Friday, October 5: 12:30 - 2:00 in Uris 331
Estimating Willingness-to-Pay and Willingness-to-Sell Distributions from Incomplete Negotiation Data (joint work with Bob Phillips and Garrett van Ryzin)
Empirical study on agent productivity and task allocation policy in IT service (joint work with Marcelo Olivares and Aliza Heching)
Equilibrium and Approximations for Repeated Auctions with Budgets Constraints (joint work with Omar Besbes and Gabriel Weintraub)
Friday, September 28: 12:30 - 2:00 in Uris 331
Online Content Recommendations on the Internet (joint work with Omar Besbes and Assaf Zeevi)
Optimal Order Placement in Multiple Limit Order Markets (joint work with Rama Cont)
Sang Won Kim
Measuring the Performance of Large-Scale Combinatorial Auctions: A Structural Estimation Approach (joint work with Marcelo Olivares and Gabriel Weintraub)
Friday, September 21: 12:30 - 2:30 pm in Uris 331
Towards a Better World Golf Ranking System (joint work with Mark Broadie)
Social learning and pricing: literature review, learning and dynamic pricing in review systems (joint work with Costis Maglaras)
Framework Agreements in Procurement: An Auction Model and Design Recommendations (joint work with Gabriel Weintraub and Yoni Gur)
Daizhuo (Henry) Chen
Summer Research at Quora Inc.