Itai Ashlagi is an Assistant Professor at the Management Science & Engineering Department.
He is interested in game theory and the design and analysis of marketplaces. He is especially interested in matching markets, for which he developed mechanisms using tools from operations/cs and economics. His work influenced the practice of Kidney exchange, for which he has become a Franz Edelman Laureate. Ashlagi received his PhD in operations research from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Before coming to Stanford he was an assistant professor of Operations Management at Sloan, MIT and prior to that a postdoctoral researcher at HBS. He is the recipient of the outstanding paper award in the ACM conference of Electronic Commerce 2009. His research is supported by the NSF including an NSF-CAREER award.
Assistant Professor, Management Science and Engineering
Honors & Awards
Outstanding paper award, ACM-EC (2009)
Terasaki medical innovation, National Kidney Registry (2012)
CAREER award, National Science Foundation (2012)
JFIG best paper award (2nd prize), INFORMS (2014)
Franz Edelman Laureate, INFORMS (2014)
PhD, Technion, Israel (2008)
- Advanced Topics in Market Design
MS&E 365 (Spr)
- Introduction to Operations Management
MS&E 260 (Aut)
- Service Operations and the Design of Marketplaces
MS&E 267 (Win)
- Independent Studies (3)
- Prior Year Courses