I am a fifth year Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Data Sciences and Operations,
Marshall School of Business at University of Southern California (USC).
My current research interests include choice modeling, assortment planning, revenue management, and interface of operations management with other research fields such as marketing and accounting.
Here is the link to my Curriculum Vitae.
G. Li, P. Rusmevichientong and H. Topaloglu, The d-Level Nested Logit Model: Assortment and Price Optimization Problems,
Operations Research, Volume 63, Number 2, pp. 325 - 342, 2015
G. Li and P. Rusmevichientong, A Greedy Algorithm for the Two-Level Nested Logit Model,
Operations Research Letters, Volume 42, Number 5, pp. 319 - 324, 2014
K. W. Tan, G. Li, Y. K. Koh, Q. Y and C. C. Wong, Layer-by-Layer Growth of Attractive Binary Colloidal Particles, Langmuir, Volume 24, Number 17, pp. 9273 - 9278, 2008
L. Y. Chu, G. Li and P. Rusmevichientong, On the Implications of the Tax Deductions for Inventory Donation, under revision to be re-submitted to Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
G. Li, S. Yang and P. Rusmevichientong, Modeling Customer Recharging Behavior in a Dual-Account Bus Card System,
Manuscript in preparation
Lecturer for undergraduate core course BUAD311 Operations Management, Fall 2014
Teaching Assistant for BUAD311 Operations Management, Spring 2014