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Operations Management Research Seminar Series

2013-2014 Academic Year
Spring 2014
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held on Wednesdays from 11am-12pm in KMC 3-60.
Kamalini Ramdas
London Business School
February 6th *Thursday, 1:00pm in KMC 4-110*New Joints More Hip? Learning in the Use of New Components
John Birge
Chicago Booth
February 26thSupply chain network structure and the role of financing
Pavel Shevchenko
March 24th *Monday, 12:30pm in KMC 8-170*Loss Distribution Approach for Operational Risk Capital Modelling
Chung Piaw Teo
National University of Singapore
April 2ndDynamic Inventory Pooling Policies to Deliver Differentiated Service
Itai Ashlagi
April 9thOptimal allocation design without transfers
Jan Van Mieghem
April 23rdGlobal Dual Sourcing
Georgia Perakis
May 5th *Monday, 12:30pm in KMC 8-170*The Impact of Linear Optimization on Promotion Planning
Steve Graves
May 7thMitigating Spillover and Whiplash in Online Retailing via Replenishment
Fall 2013

Speaker and AffiliationDate
Title and Abstract
Vineet Goyal
September 11thA Markov Chain Approximation for Choice Modeling
Tauhid Zaman
September 25thPredictive Models of Retweeting in Twitter
Richard Larson
October 16thEducation as a Complex Service System
Sheldon Ross
October 30thDynamic Models for Selling Multiple Items
Diwakar Gupta
November 6thOn Improving Operating Room Schedules
Li Chen
November 20thEthical Sourcing in Emerging Economies
Hyoduk Shin
December 4thInclusive Innovation: Broader Market Coverage for Innovative Products with Deliberate Supply Chain Leadership
Christian Terwiesch
December 13th, 2-3pm Patient Portals in Primary Care: Impacts on Patient Health and Physician Productivity

 Anyone interested in attending a seminar should contact Stephanie Roit at 212-998-0441 or sroit@stern.nyu.edu.
OM Informal Research Seminars are held for Operations Management faculty and doctoral students as an avenue to discuss research by doctoral students as well as joint research between faculty and doctoral students. These discussions are an integral part of the OM doctoral program.

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