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Ph.D. Student in Economics, admitted Summer 2017
Ph.D. Student in Management Science and Engineering, admitted Autumn 2014
BioQingyun Wu is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Management Science & Engineering at Stanford University.
RESEARCH AREA: Market Design, Game Theory
Qingyun is interested in market design and game theory. In particular, he enjoy analyzing matching problems using combinatorial techniques. For example, one of his projects is investigating envy-free matchings and stable matchings through their lattice structures (Tarski's fixed point theorem etc).
Currently, he is looking to study market design problems in video games (like the match making in League of Legends, the auction house in FIFA series etc). And I am looking for research partners in this area! Feel free to contact me if you are interested.
Sr Research Engineer, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Bio2001- present: Senior Research Engineer, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
2009-present: Manager, Center for Sustainable Development & Global Competitiveness, Stanford University
2014-present: Director of International Collaboration, William & Cloy Codiga Resource Recovery Research Center, Stanford University
1998-2001: Manager, Asia-Pacific Business Development, Michigan Biotechnology Institute, Lansing, MI.
1992-2001: Research Engineer/Project Leader, Michigan Biotechnology Institute, Lansing, MI.
1990-1992: Associate Engineer, Michigan Biotechnology Institute, Lansing, MI
1986-1990: Visiting Scholar/Research Associate, Department of Biochemistry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
1982-1986: Graduate Student, Department of Environmental Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
1978-1982: Assistant Engineer/Assistant Administrator of Chief Engineer, the 2nd Division of China National Construction Engineering Corp., Tangshan, China .
1976-1978: Assistant Engineer, Installation Branch, the 2nd Division of China National Construction Engineering Corp., Tangshan, China.
You (Willow) Wu
Ph.D. Student in Management Science and Engineering, admitted Autumn 2015
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsHow do entrepreneurs respond to institutional changes? Willow tackles this question by examining blockchain technology startups in the initial coin offering market. In particular, she is interested in how different types of entrepreneurs and investors interact in the institutional change. Willow use multiple research methods, including observational data analysis, field experiments, and inductive case study.