Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management; Associate Dean, Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing, MIT Schwarzman College of Computing; Co-Director, MIT Operations Research Center
Georgia Perakis is the William F. Pounds Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management, Associate Dean, Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing, MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, and Co-Director of the MIT Operations Research Center. She investigates the theory and practice of analytics (optimization and machine learning) with applications in pricing, revenue management, supply chains, healthcare, logistics and energy applications. Perakis is an elected fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) and a recipient of an NSF Career Award, a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, and faculty awards from Adobe and IBM. Her teaching honors include MIT’s Jamieson Prize and MIT Sloan’s Teacher of the Year award. She earned a BS in mathematics from the University of Athens, and a PhD in applied mathematics from Brown University.
- Cohen M. C., Perakis G. and Pindyck R. (2020) A Simple Rule for Pricing with Limited Knowledge of Demand, Management Science.
- Levi, R., Perakis, G., Shi, C., Sun, W. (2020). Strategic Capacity Planning Problems in Revenue‐Sharing Joint Ventures. Production and Operations Management, Volume 29, Issue 3, Pages 664-687.
- Mišić, V. V. and Perakis, G. (2020). Data analytics in operations management: A review. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Volume 22, Issue 1, Pages 1-222.
- Cohen M. C., Perakis G. (2020) Optimizing Promotions for Multiple Items in Supermarkets. In: Ray S., Yin S. (eds) Channel Strategies and Marketing Mix in a Connected World. Springer Series in Supply Chain Management, vol 9.
- June 30, 2020: Chicago Booth Review, Can government programs get people to eat more healthily?