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Technology • Operations • Statistics

The Department of Technology, Operations and Statistics is home to faculty whose research style is analytical or technology-based.


The Department of Technology, Operations and Statistics 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.

Department of Technology, Operations, and Statistics Leadership

  • Rohit Deo, Chair
  • Josh Reed, Deputy Chair
  • Panos Ipeirotis, Undergraduate Advisor: Computing & Data Science
  • Wenqiang Xiao, Undergraduate Advisor: Operations Management
  • Aaron Tenenbein, Undergraduate Statistics and Actuarial Science Program Advisor

Technology Group

  • Natalia Levina, Doctoral Program Coordinator
  • Hanna Halaburda, Tech Research Seminar Series Coordinators

Operations Management Group

  • Wenqiang Xiao, Doctoral Program Coordinator
  • Zhengyuan Zhou, OM Research Seminar Series Coordinator

Statistics Group

  • Clifford Hurvich, Doctoral Program Coordinator
  • Elynn Chen, Statistics Research Seminar Series Coordinators

Advanced Professional Certificate in Digital Business

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Digital technology is redefining business models and transforming industries from finance to fashion at an unprecedented pace. Technical professionals find they need to understand the business implications of technology, and non-technical professionals need to understand the fundamentals of digital technology.

Course offerings include: digital strategy; data mining; business analytics; digital marketing; digital media; and statistics and data analysis.

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Faculty Spotlight

Peter Lakner

Peter Lakner, Associate Professor of Statistics and Operations Research, presents his research on impulse control.

Mor Armony discusses her research

Mor Armony, Vice Dean of Faculty and Professor of Technology, Operations, and Statistics, discusses her research on healthcare operations.

Natalie Levina

Natalia Levina, Professor of Information Systems, presents at the Future of Business Event series.