Dr. Yeqing Zhou currently holds the position of Assistant Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in the Operations, Planning, Accounting and Control group. Her research centers on simple and flexible strategies in supply chain management and service operations, aiming to develop (near) optimal, implementable policies to generate clear guidelines for decision-making in fundamental operations problems. Her research demonstrates the effectiveness of novel selling strategies that embrace consumer flexibility in e-commerce and service systems. Yeqing is broadly interested in the theory and practice of supply chain management, service operations, and business analytics.
Yeqing Zhou received her Ph.D. degree in Operations Research from the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at Columbia University (2021). The title of her Ph.D. thesis is "Supply Chain and Service Operations with Demand-Side Flexibility". Yeqing received her M.S. degree in Operations Research from Columbia University (2016) and her B.S. degree in Mathematics from Fudan University (2014).
Queuing safely for elevator systems amidst a pandemicProduction and Operations Management (2022)
Queuing Safely for Elevator Systems Amidst a Pandemic(2021)
Retailing with Opaque Products(2020)
The Value of Flexibility From Opaque Selling(2019)