The Department of Management Science and Statistics Research Seminar Series brings talented academic and industry professionals from across the world to share cutting-edge research with UTSA faculty, staff and students.


Research Seminars

Feb. 2

Craig Froehle, Ph.D.
UC Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati

"Adding Fairness to Algorithms: Exploration of Theory and a Case Study from Healthcare"

Feb. 16

Vishal Ahuja, Ph.D.
Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University

"When Does Collocation of Physical and Mental Health Services Matter?"

March 1

Mariel Lavieri, Ph.D.
University of Michigan

"Managing Patients with Chronic Conditions"

March 8

Zhibin (Ben) Yang, Ph.D.
Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon

"Harnessing Complementary Strengths with a Joint Venture under Competition and Brand Spillover"

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Nov. 10

Jun Li, Ph.D.
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

"Competitive Pricing at Scale: Theory and Practices"

Oct. 20

Jian Cao, Ph.D.
University of Houston

“Linear-Cost Vecchia Approximation of Multivariate Normal Probabilities"

Sept. 22

Chul Moon, Ph.D.
Southern Methodist University

“Using Persistent Homology Topological Features to Characterize Medical Images: Case Studies on Lung and Brain Cancers”

April 28

Annie Qu, Ph.D.
University of California at Irvine

"Crowdsourcing Utilizing Subgroup Structure of Latent Factor Modeling"

April 21

Suresh Muthulingam, Ph.D.
Smeal College of Business, The Pennsylvania State University

“Does Legalizing Marijuana Degrade Operational Efficiency?"

April 14

Jason Parton, Ph.D.
Culverhouse College of Business, The University of Alabama

"Analytic Framework to Improve Access for a State Medicaid Agency"

April 7

Hummy Song, Ph.D.
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

"Leapfrogging for Last-mile Delivery in Health Care"

March 31

Chung Eun Lee, Ph.D.
Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business

"Dimension Reduction for Tensor Response Regression Models"

March 24

Guihua Wang, Ph.D.
The University of Texas at Dallas, Naveen Jindal School of Management

"The Spillover Effect of Suspending Non-essential Surgery: Evidence from Kidney Transplantation"

February 24

Hyeon-Ah Kang, Ph.D.
The University of Texas at Austin

"Markov Item Network for Cognitively Diagnostic Classification Models"

February 16

Samantha Keppler, Ph.D.
The University of Michigan, Ross School of Business

"Stopping the Revolving Door: An Empirical and Textual Study of Crowdfunding and Teacher Turnover"

February 3

Lyndsay Shand
Sandia National Laboratories

"An Autotuning Approach to Doe's Earth System Model"

January 27

Min Wang, Ph.D.
The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Bayesian Seemingly Unrelated Regression Model for Process Optimization"