Yimin Yu received his Ph.D. degree from University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. His research focuses on supply chain management and service operations. This includes topics on optimal design of inventory-production systems, incentive issues in supply chains and pricing strategies. His research work has been published in leading business journals including Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Marketing Science, Operations Research, and Production and Operations Management. His papers can be downloaded from this page: https://sites.google.com/site/yiminyu/research His current research projects explore how incomplete information affects business strategies, including the robustness of microeconomic models in the presence of model uncertainty, and data driven decision-making.
|3/2021 - Now||Management Sciences PhD Programme||Coordinator|
|9/2018 - 6/2020||MSc. in Operations and Supply Chain Management (MSc. OSCM)||Program Leader|
External Academic Activities
|Period||Organizer||Country / Region||Role|
|1/2019 - Now||Service Science (INFORMS)||United States of America||Associate Editor|
|Finalist, INFORMS JFIG paper competition||INFORMS|
|IIE Pritsker Doctoral Dissertation Award||IIE|