The Amman Mineral Professor of Operations, Information & Technology, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Weintraub is the Amman Mineral Professor of Operations, Information & Technology at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He holds a PhD in management science and engineering and a MA in economics, both from Stanford University. His research is in the areas of data science, operations, management science, industrial organization, and market design. He is particularly interested in developing mathematical, computational, and econometric models to study the economics and the optimization of digital platforms. After obtaining his PhD at Stanford, he spent ten years as faculty at Columbia Business School. He is a recipient of the IFORS Prize for “Operations Research in Development 2002,” given every three years to the best application of operations research/management science in a developing country. He also received the MSOM Young Scholar Prize 2015 that “recognizes exceptional young researchers who have made outstanding contributions to scholarship in operations management.” He was part of the Chilean team that received the 2022 Edelman Award (Informs top prize for applied analytics) for using data and analytics to improve response strategies to the COVID-19 pandemic. He has advised and worked with several online platforms.