PhD, Stanford University; BS, Sharif University of Technology
Hamid Nazerzadeh is an Associate Professor in the Data Sciences and Operations department at USC Marshall School of Business. His research focuses on mechanism design and optimization algorithms and their applications in operations and monetization of online markets. He has worked at Microsoft, Yahoo!, and Google research labs. He is the recipient of Yahoo! Ph.D. Student Fellowship Award (2007), Honorable Mention in George Dantzig Dissertation Awards (2009), Google Faculty Research Award (2013), Marshall Dean's Award for Research Excellence (2014), and INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Section Prize (2014).
Vahab Mirrokni, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh
() "Deals or no Deals: Designing Contracts for Online Advertising ,"Proceedings of the 26th World Wide Web Conference, 7-14.
Negin Golrezaei, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh, Ramandeep Randhawa
() " Dynamic Pricing for Customers with Heterogeneous Valuation Decay ,"R&R, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management .
Leon Zhu, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh, Heng Zhang
() "Position Ranking and Auctions for Online Marketplaces ,"R&R, Management Science.
Nitish Korula, Vahab Mirrokni, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh
() "Optimizing Display Advertising Markets: Challenges and Directions ,"IEEE Internet Computing20, 28-35.
Adel Javanmard, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh
() "Dynamic pricing in high-dimensions ,".
Hamid Nazer-Zadeh, Renato Paes Leme, Afshin Rostamizadeh, Umar Syed
() "Where to sell: Simulating auctions from learning algorithms ,"Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Economics and Computation.
Ashish Goel, Hamid Nazer-Zadeh
() "Price Based Protocols For Fair Resource Allocation: Convergence Time Analysis and Extension to Leontief Utilities. ,"ACM Transactions on Algorithms 10, 5.