Entries by Param Vir Singh

Nikhil Malik and Param Vir Singh Invited to Deliver Tutorial on Deep Learning and Computer Vision: Methods, Causality, Interpretability and Bias at Informs 2019

Informs will be holding its annual conference in October 2019 in Seattle. The conference attracts bot academics and practitioners. It is the largest conference for Operations Research. A new feature at the annual conference is to host leading experts to deliver tutorials on cutting edge topics. BT PhD student Nikhil Malik and professor Param Vir […]

Yan Huang Honored With the BP Junior Faculty Chair

BT faculty, Yan Huang, was selected to receive the BP Junior Faculty Chair at the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University for 2019-20. The junior faculty chairs are determined by the senior chairs faculty at the Tepper School. All untenured faculty members across areas are eligible for the junior chair. The selection is based […]

Nikhil Malik presented his work, “Bitcoin Mining Cartels: Will Bitcoin ever Scale” at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics 2019.

Nikhil Malik presented his work on Bitcoin’s scaling problems at the Workshop on Information Systems and Economics 2019. This is a joint work with Manmohan Aseri, Param Vir Singh and Kannan Srinivasan. A full version of the paper is available at SSRN: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3323529

Informs Spotlight on Param Vir Singh

INFORMS, The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, is the leading international association for professionals in operations research and analytics. Param Vir Singh, Carnegie Bosch Associate Professor of Business Technologies and INFORMS member since 2008, was interviewed about his research on “Copycats vs. Original Mobile Apps: A Machine Learning Copycat-Detection Method and Empirical Analysis,” published in Information Systems Research. This […]

Nikhil Malik (3rd year BT PhD student) presented his work work “Bitcoin Disruption in Payments: Winners and Losers” at Conference of Information Systems and Technology 2018.

Nikhil Malik presented his work on Bitcoin disruption in payments at the Conference of Information Systems and Technology 2018. The paper was nominated for the Best Student paper award at the Conference. This is a joint work with BT faculty – Manmohan Aseri and Param Vir Singh.