Doreid Ammar holds a MSc and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Claude Bernard University Lyon 1. His research interests focus on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Mining, Internet of Things, Networking, Performance Assessment, Quality of Service and Quality of Experience.
Eric ANDRÉ is Assistant Professor of Finance at EMLYON Business School. His research interests focus on applications of models of choice under ambiguity to financial markets and on the management of financial risks.
Delphine Billouard-Fuentes has spent almost 20 years in business in the fields of information systems, accounting and Management. She combined this activity with a teaching experience at both universities, business schools and engineering schools.
Imène Brigui-Chtioui holds a PhD in Computer Science from Paris Dauphine University. Her research areas focus on Artificial Intelligence and in particular multiagent systems. She is interested in decision making automation using preference modeling and conflict resolution. She works on many application domains like Electronic commerce, Knowledge Management and Digital Learning. She is member of the French Association for Artificial
Guillaume Coqueret has been professor of Finance and Data Science at EMLYON Business School since September 2018. His research and teaching activities revolve around numerical methods applied in finance and economics.
ED teaches at EM-Lyon (and CentraleSupelec) decision/ forecasting aid and risk management within extended enterprises, digital and robotic transformation of operations, and more widely, the industrial solving.phenomenon – especially performance of critical decisions in real time, and organizational learning of problem
Yeming (Yale) GONG
Yeming (Yale) Gong studies the interface between operations management and information systems, with application interests in logistics, retailing, manufacturing, and IT industries. He has published two books “Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of Warehouse Operations” in Erasmus and “Global Operations Strategy: Fundamentals and Practice” in Springer.
Benoit Loeillet holds a PhD in Astrophysics and is focused on creating sense and value with data (public, private and personal data). He set up an organisation called TUBA and based in Lyon, France. TUBA helps institutions and companies to work closely to develop relevant and inclusive general interest services thanks to data and digital tools. Benoit has joined EMLyon to develop projects and educational content about governance, ethics and use of data in public and private organisations.
Co-Director of the MSc in Digital Marketing and Data Science
Chaired implid professor in data valuation
Holds a PhD in history of economics from Université Lyon 2. While at Rotterdam School of Management, Clement moved from postdoctoral studies in sociology of science (emergence of neuromarketing and neuroeconomics) to computational social sciences. Specifically, he now researches social networks based on the data mining of social media (Twitter), using network visualization and text mining.
With implid and the Chaire in data valuation, Clement and colleagues explore how firms can include data they control in their patrimony. This project mixes accounting, legal and managerial dimensions.
Bertrand is a Professor in Quantitative Finance at emlyon business school. He graduated in Economics, Finance and Statistics, holds a Ph.D. in Economics, a Ph.D. in Finance (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from the University of Paris-1, and is a Professeur agrégé des Universités.
Haithem NAGATI is an associate professor in Supply Chain Management at EMLYON Business School. He gained his habilitation to supervise phd at Aix-Marseille university. His research interests focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and management of supply chain relationship.
Gilles gained his doctorate in Industrial Engineering from National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA), France, and Accreditation to supervise research (HDR) from University of Lyon. His research focuses on tools and methodologies for Supply Chain Management, Sustainable Development, and Product/Service Systems. He is particularly focused on inter-enterprises relationships and their impact on value creation.
Yacine Rekik is a Professor of Operations & Supply Chain Management at EMLYON Business School, France. He gained his PhD degree in Industrial Engineering at Ecole Centrale Paris. Before joining EMLYON, he occupied a Research Associate position at the Distributed Information & Automation Lab of the University of Cambridge (UK). The purpose of his research project is to develop a set of models that provides qualitative and quantitative insights on the benefits of the RFID technology on the performance of supply chains in terms of cost reduction and/or improvement of service levels. As a TOUPARGEL chair professor, he is also developing new and innovative Inventory and Routing policies taking into account the ecological footprint.
Richard Ruble is an Associate Professor of Economics at EMLYON Business School, which he joined in 2008. He holds a PhD from the University of Virginia and has published articles in academic journals such as the International Journal of Industrial Organization, the International Review of Law and Economics, the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control and Mathematics of Operations Research. His current research centers on investment under uncertainty and uses game theory and finance models to study the effect of competition on firm investment with applications notably to R&D investments.
Jean Savinien is a specialist of data science. More specifically, his research interests include statistical learning & machine learning, deep learning, social networks analysis, big data in finance.
Lorenz SCHNEIDER is Associate Professor in Finance at EMLYON Business School, Lyon, France. He worked for six years as a Quantitative Analyst for Commodity and Hybrid Derivatives at Dresdner Kleinwort in the City of London. His research interests include asset distributions obtained via maximum entropy techniques and multi-factor models of commodity futures curves. He teaches courses on probability theory, commodity markets, and numerical techniques in C++. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University Paris VI Pierre et Marie Curie.
Bertrand Tavin is Associate Professor in Finance at emlyon business school, which he joined in 2013. He was previously associate researcher and lecturer at Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne. He has also been an exotic derivatives trader at Crédit Agricole CIB in London (UK) and a risk engineering intern at HSBC in Paris (France).
His teaching and research interests encompass the valuation of derivative products, the modeling of commodity prices as well as the management and regulation of financial risks.
He has published articles in academic journals such as the Journal of Banking and Finance, the Journal of Mathematical Economics and the European Journal of Operational Research. He regularly serves as an academic referee for international journals.
Bertrand Tavin holds a PhD in Finance, a Msc in Finance and a Msc in Applied Mathematics from Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne (France). He also holds an Engineer Degree from Institut Supérieur d’Electronique de Paris (France).
Bruno Versaevel concentrates on industrial organization, in both his teaching and his research, with a special interest in the economics of R&D in the biopharmaceutical industry context.
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