Renyu (Philip) Zhang 张任宇

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Renyu (Philip) Zhang, PhD

Assistant Professor of Operations Management (Official Website)
NYU Global Network Assistant Professor of Operations Management
New York University Shanghai

Affiliations:
NYU Stern Department of Information, Operations, and Management Sciences
NYU Shanghai Center for Business Education and Research
NYU Shanghai Center for Data Science and Analytics

Curriculum Vitae (Last update: September 2017)

News

I am coordinating the business research seminar series of NYU Shanghai with Professor Yiqing Lu. If you are interested in sharing your research work at NYU Shanghai business group, please contact me or Prof. Lu.

About Me

I have been an Assistant Professor of Operations Management at New York University Shanghai since August 2016. I am also affiliated with the operations management group at NYU Stern School of Business. My research addresses fundamental operations issues under the emerging trends in technology, marketplaces, and society. I am particularly enthusiastic about developing analytics techniques to study operations problems in the context of social networks, sharing economy, online marketplaces, and sustainability. My research works (downloadable here) have appeared in Operations Research and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, and have been recognized by POMS College of Supply Chain Management Best Student Paper Award, and INFORMS Service Science Best Cluster Paper Award.

Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, I obtained my PhD degree in Operations Management at Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis in May 2016 under the supervision of Professor Nan Yang and Professor Fuqiang Zhang. I got my B.S. degree in mathematics at School of Mathematical Sciences, Peking University in July 2011.

Contact

New York University Shanghai
1555 Century Avenue
Pudong, Shanghai, China, 200122.
Email: renyu(dot)zhang(at)nyu(dot)edu . Please replace "(dot)" with "." and "(at)" with "@".

Quotations

“切勿要求胜利,只应要求一往无前的勇气。因为从坚忍不拔的奋斗中,你将为自己带来荣誉。但更重要的,你将为全人类带来光荣。”---古希腊奥运会格言,见Hung-Hsi Wu(伍鸿熙)《黎曼几何初步》致读者的话。

"God, give us Grace to accept with Serenity the things that cannot be changed, Courage to change the things which should be changed, and Wisdom to distinguish one from the other."---Reinhold Niebuhr, the Serenity Prayer.