Visiting Professor of Operations, Technology and Decision Sciences, INSEAD
Professor Anton Ovchinnikov [off-chinny-cough] a visiting the Operations, Technology and Decision Sciences areas at INSEAD.
Other than that, he is a Distinguished Faculty Professor of Operations Management and Management Science at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Canada. His research interests include, on the theoretical side, behavioral operations, revenue management and environmental sustainability. On the applied side, he studies data-driven applications in business, government and nonprofit sectors.
Anton’s work has been published in the leading academic journals. One of his academic papers was recognized as the finalist of the 2009 Junior Faculty Best Paper Competition held by the Institute of Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS), and his applied work was recognized as the finalist in the 2014 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing section Practice Prize. In 2015 Anton received the Paul Kleindorfer Award in Sustainability from the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) for his work on sustainable operations. His case studies also won several awards, including the 2005 and 2011 INFORMS Case competitions. Anton organized several conferences and is on the editorial review boards of two leading research journals; his contributions to the academic community also received multiple service awards.
Prior to his current appointments Anton taught data and decision analysis courses at the University of Virginia, management science and supply chain management courses at the University of Toronto, as well as in multiple executive educations programs around the world. He holds a specialist degree in economics from his hometown university in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, and a PhD from the University of Toronto, Canada. Before starting his academic career, he worked in Germany, the Netherlands and Russia in the area of commercializing high-tech developments and co-owned a business in industrial and architectural design.