Jérémie Gallien's research focuses on pushing the frontier of supply-chain management practice, working in collaboration with industrial partners that include Dell, Zara and Amazon. It involves the development, implementation and evaluation in the field of mathematical optimization models for the real-time control of physical flows and trading interfaces. Gallien teaches a variety of classes in Sloan's MBA, LFM and Ph.D programs, including Operations Management, System Optimization, Simulation, and some research seminars. He holds a Ph.D in Operations Research from MIT and an Eng.D in Industrial Engineering and Applied Mathematics from the Ecole des Mines de Paris.
General Expertise: Applied probability; Auctions; Computer industry; E-commerce; Inventory; Logistics; Operations management; Operations research; Supply chain management
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