Nathan Kallus


Nathan Kallus
Assistant Professor
Operations Research and Information Engineering
and Cornell Tech
Cornell University


111 Eighth Ave. #302
New York, NY 10011

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About me

I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering and Cornell Tech at Cornell University. My research revolves around data-driven decision making, the interplay of optimization and statistics in decision making and in inference, and the analytical capacities and challenges of observational, large-scale, and web-driven data. I hold a PhD in Operations Research from MIT as well as a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Science both from UC Berkeley. Before coming to Cornell, I was a Visiting Scholar at USC's Department of Data Sciences and Operations and a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT's Operations Research and Statistics group.

Curriculum vitae

Research Interests

Data-driven optimization under uncertainty; Causal inference; Machine learning; Personalization; Optimization in statistics; Online decision making; Decision making and operations in healthcare.

Publications and Working Papers