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I am an Associate Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. I received my PhD in Decision, Risk, and Operations from Columbia Business School. I also hold a B.Sc. degree from the School of Physics and Astronomy and an M.Sc. from the School of Mathematical Sciences, Tel Aviv University.

My research lies in the intersection of stochastic optimization and game theory, with applications in revenue management and service operations. I study principles and data-driven algorithms for non-stationary dynamic optimization problems, and their implications on experiment design, market design, and service provision in various online markets and platforms. My research has been recognized by several awards, including Informs Lanchester Prize. 

I currently serve as an associate editor for Operations Research. 

I have taught core MBA and MSx courses in Operations Management and Strategy, and Ph.D. courses in data-driven dynamic optimization.