Mor Armony, Associate Professor of IOMS, and OM doctoral student Tarek Abdallah discuss her research on healthcare operations.
Natalia Levina, Associate Professor of Information Systems, presents at the Future of Business Event series.
Peter Lakner, Associate Professor of Statistics and Operations Research, presents his research on impulse control.

IOMS Groups:  Information Systems • Operations Management • Statistics

– About the department

The Department of Information, Operations & Management Sciences (IOMS) is home to faculty whose research style is analytical or technology-based. 

The IOMS faculty have a well known reputation for excellence in research and teaching.  Our research focuses in areas such as big data, crowdsourcing and innovation, online advertising, mining social media content and social networks, the sharing economy, revenue management and pricing, long memory time series and categorical data analysis.

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IOMS is Recruiting for a Clinical Faculty Member!

View the details and apply here

Recent News

Xi Chen 2Professor Xi Chen was recognized as one of Forbes 30 under 30 in Science. Congrats!

IOMS Faculty were honored at the 2016 INFORMS Annual Meeting Professor Natalia Levina won the AIS Senior Scholar Best Paper award at the 2016 International Conference of Information Systems for her research

See more news here.

Department Leadership

Alex Tuzhilin, Chair
Ed Melnick, Deputy Chair

New FinTech Specialization!

Beginning Fall 2016, the IOMS and Finance departments are pleased to offer a new MBA FinTech specialization

Courses scheduled in Spring 2017 to count towards FinTech include: 
  • Dealing with Data
  • Risk Management for FinTech (INTA-GB.2312)
  • Robo Advisors and Systematic Trading (INFO-GB 2350)
View the announcement here

We've launched the Tech@Stern Blog!

The Stern community shares insights on the latest tech/business topics. 
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Latest Post: 
Disruption: Technology Change and Opportunities for Organizations and Individuals
Slides presented at NYU Stern by Jeff Teper, Corporate VP of Microsoft, Oct 2015