Rachel Quan ZHANG 張荃
Rachel Quan ZHANG 張荃 

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rzhang@ust.hk

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First Name (and Middle Name If Any)
Rachel Quan
ZHANG
張荃
Highest Degree Acquired (e.g. PhD in Engineering Science)
PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, Northwestern University

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Research Interests
Blockchain operations
Operations management
Operations research
Supply chain management
Wireless communications

Biography

Biography

Rachel Q Zhang is Professor of IEDA. She received her PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences in 1994 from Northwestern University and was previously a faculty member in the Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering at University of Michigan, and the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Her research has appeared in such journals as Operations Research, Management Science, Interfaces, IIE Transactions, Naval Research Logistics, and Advances in Applied Probability. She received an honorable mention in the INFORMS Nicholson Paper Competition in 1994 and an early-career award (CAREER) from the US National Science Foundation in 1995.

Research Interests

Research Interests
Blockchain operations
Operations management
Operations research
Supply chain management
Wireless communications

Biography

Biography

Rachel Q Zhang is Professor of IEDA. She received her PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences in 1994 from Northwestern University and was previously a faculty member in the Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering at University of Michigan, and the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Her research has appeared in such journals as Operations Research, Management Science, Interfaces, IIE Transactions, Naval Research Logistics, and Advances in Applied Probability. She received an honorable mention in the INFORMS Nicholson Paper Competition in 1994 and an early-career award (CAREER) from the US National Science Foundation in 1995.