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    Trambak Banerjee

    Ph.D. student in Data Sciences and Operations

    Trambak is a PhD student in Statistics at USC Marshall School of Business. His research interests include high-dimensional statistical inference, large scale optimization techniques and computational statistics. He has previously served as a quantitative risk modeler in the financial services sector where he developed statistical models for estimating banking regulatory capital for Credit and Operational risk events.

    Luis Felipe Cabezon

    1st Year Ph.D. student in Finance and Business Economics

    Gloria Lily Chen

    Ph.D. Candidate in Information and Operations Management

    Lily Chen is is a Ph.D. candidate in Information Systems. Her industry experience includes technical web design, project management of interactive games, and full production of over 100 online communities for Fortune 1000 companies such as RIM, P&G, and Kelloggs for She is the first doctoral student at Marshall to receive the Provost Fellowship. Building on her industry experience, Lily Chen's research interests include innovation, influence, and motivation in online realms such as online communities.

    Sung Hun Chung

    Ph.D. Student in Management and Organization

    Sung Hun (Brian) Chung is a Ph.D. student at the USC Marshall School of Business studying strategy and organization theory. His undergraduate majors were Business Administration and Economics at Seoul National University. His master's was in Strategic Management at the same school. His research interests include behavioral strategy, organization theory, economic sociology, and social psychology. More specifically, he is interested in how managers' cognitive process and network structure influence their firm's strategic change and organizational action.

    Joseph Clark

    Ph.D. Candidate in Information and Operations Management

    Joseph Clark is a Ph.D. candidate in Information and Operations Management. He was one of the first generation of website developers, building sites for firms such as NBC and Disney from 1995 to 2001. Originally from Maine, he has worked in several US cities and overseas. Before returning to USC, he lectured on statistics and business computing at the International College at China Agricultural University in Beijing. His research interests include data warehousing and business intelligence, theories of decision-making, and business models for digital ecosystems.

    Hailong Cui

    Ph.D. student in Data Sciences and Operations

    Hailong Cui is a data scientist working at the interface of operations management and data analytics. His current research interests are in the areas of game theory, statistical machine learning and econometrics with applications to sustainability, business analytics and sharing economy. He served as a fraud risk manager with American Express and a credit risk analyst with HSBC. He is a recipient of Provost PhD Fellowship at USC.