He Zhang is an assistant professor in the School of Information Systems and Management, teaching courses on health care information systems, operations and supply chain processes, and computational methods.
Zhang's research interests include health care information management, data mining, and operations management. His work has been published in journals including Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ), Mathematical Programming, Decision Support Systems and ACM Transaction on Management Information Systems. He has presented at numerous conferences, including meetings of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences), Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (WITS), Conference on Health IT and Analytics (CHITA) and Winter Conference on Business Analytics (WCBA).
Zhang earned a PhD in industrial engineering and management sciences from Northwestern University and a master's degree in management science and engineering from Stanford University, as well as additional undergraduate and graduate degrees from Tsinghua University.
- ISM 3431 Operations & Supply Chain Processes
- ISM 6930 Healthcare Information Systems
- ISM 6930 Computational Methods in ISDS
- Onkar Malgonde, He Zhang, Balaji Padmanabhan and Moez Limayem, (2017), "Two-Sided Recommendations on Digital Platforms," MIS Quarterly, R&R.
- Manish Agrawal, Kaushal Chari and He Zhang, (forthcoming), "Optimal Allocation of
Controls," ACM Transaction on MIS.
- Sanjay Mehrotra and He Zhang, (forthcoming), "Models and Algorithms for Distributionally Robust Least Squares Problems," Mathematical Programming.
- Member, INFORMS
- Member, SIAM