Department ofInformation Systems and Analytics

Chairs Research Seminar Series

The ISA department organizes and sponsors a seminar series where scholars present and discuss their research with the LSB community.

The ISA CRS Seminars are usually held from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm. Find the schedule of upcoming seminars below. Direct any questions to Sami Najafi - snajafi@scu.edu.

Fall 2016

Date Speaker / Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Thursday,
August 18

Ozden Gur Ali
Koc University

Cross-Selling Investment Products with a Win-Win Perspective in Portfolio Optimization 12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Tuesday,
November 1

Terry Taylor
U.C. Berkeley

On-Demand Service Platforms 12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Thursday,
November 10

Dr. Lei Wu
Senior Manager, Ancestry.com

Big Tree: Using Machine Learning to Create a Knowledge Graph of Mankind 12:00 pm / Lucas 108

Spring 2016

Date Speaker / Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Monday,
March 28

Xuying Zhao
University of Notre Dame

When Does a Retailer's Advance Selling Capability Benefit Manufacturer, Retailer, or Both?  12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Friday,
April 8

Gustavo Vulcano
New York University, Stern

12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Friday, 
April 22

Mohsen Bayati
Stanford Graduate School of Business

Online Decision Making with High Dimensional Covariates  12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Friday,
April 29

Martin Lariviere
Northwestern University, Kellogg

Operations in the on-demand economy: Staffing services with self-scheduling capacity  12:00 pm / Lucas 125
Wednesday,
May 11

Hau Lee
Stanford Graduate School of Business

  12:00 pm / Lucas 125

Friday,
May 20

Vijay Mookrejee
UT Dallas

  12:00 pm / Lucas 125

Winter 2016

Date Speaker / Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Tuesday, January 23

Glen Schmidt: University of Utah, OMIS Dept.

Firm Clockspeed: Toward a Theory of Relativity 12:00 pm/Lucas 301
Wednesday, March 7

Anne Coughlan: Northwestern University, Marketing Dept.

How Motivation, Opportunity, and Ability (MOA) Explain Top Performances in Direct Selling 12:00 pm/Lucas 108
Monday, March 19

Ramesh Shankar: University of Connecticut, OPIM Dept.

Reputational Loss Aversion: Empirical Evidence from StackOverflow.com 12:00 pm/Lucas 108

 

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