Renyu (Philip) Zhang 张任宇

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Philip R. Zhang
Ph.D. Candidate in Operations and Manufacturing Management
Olin Business School
Washington University in St. Louis

Advisers: Nan Yang and Fuqiang Zhang.


Quotations

  • “切勿要求胜利,只应要求一往无前的勇气。因为从坚忍不拔的奋斗中,你将为自己带来荣誉。但更重要的,你将为全人类带来光荣。”---古希腊奥运会格言,见Hung-Hsi Wu(伍鸿熙)《黎曼几何初步》致读者的话。

  • "God, give us grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot be changed, Courage to change the things which should be changed, and the Wisdom to distinguish the one from the other."---Reinhold Niebuhr, the Serenity Prayer.
  • Activities

  • OMM PhD Seminar at Olin Business School in Spring 2014.
  • Short Biography

    Born in Chengdu, China, I got my B.S. degree in mathematics from School of Mathematical Sciences, Peking University in 07/2011 (photo here). I am pursuing my Ph. D. degree in operations and manufacturing management at Olin Business School. As an operations researcher, I am most interested in providing in-depth theoretical analysis to practical problems and developing methodology for such analysis. My research interests spread a wide scope of operations research and management science. From the theoretical perspective, applied probability and stochastic models motivates my curiosity most; from the applied perspective, I do work in inventory and supply chain management. See the Biography page for more about my experience, and the Research page for my papers and talks.

    Contact

    Olin Business School
    Washington University in St. Louis
    Campus Box 1133, One Brookings Drive
    St. Louis, 63130 MO, USA.
    Email: renyu(dot)zhang(at)wustl(dot)edu . Please replace "(dot)" with "." and "(at)" with "@".


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