University of Southern California

Hailong Cui
Ph.D. student in Data Sciences and Operations

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

MS, Arizona State University; BS, POSTECH


Hailong Cui is a 2nd-year PhD student in Operations Management, advised by professors Greys Sošić and Amy Ward. His research interests include environmental sustainability, service management, financial risk management and business law. Currently he conducts research on GHG emissions problems in supply chain management, behavioral incentives vs. operational efficiency in service systems, and fraud classification in banking and credit card industry. He has extensive hands-on experience with big data analytics and predictive modeling. He was a fraud risk manager with American Express and credit risk analyst with HSBC. He is a recipient of Provost PhD Fellowship at USC.


Cui, H., and Sosic, G. (2015) "Impact of Recyclability on Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Related Cost,".
Sanjit, G., Daniel, G., Frieda, G., Sosic, G., and Cui, H. (2014) "Allocation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Supply Chains,".