Associate Professor of Operations, Information and Technology
• Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• M.Sc, University of Southern California
• B.Sc, National Technical University of Athens
Mihalis holds a PhD in Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research focuses on pricing and revenue management, with a focus on the mobility sector, as well as on inventory and supply chain management. His work has been published in top academic journals, such as Management Science and Mathematics of Operations Research. He currently serves in the editorial board of Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.
Mihalis has held teaching positions at the London Business School, the Sloan School of Management, and the INSEAD Business School, as well as a research position at the Bell Labs. He is the recipient of the Ramón y Cajal and the Juan de la Cierva research fellowships from the Spanish government, and of the Leonardo fellowship from the BBVA Foundation.
Areas of interest.
* Urban mobility, Transportation, and Logistics
* Pricing and Revenue Management
* Global Supply Chains
Journal Articles (refereed)
Projects with external financing
• "Data-driven competitive advantage: the information edge in operations management," co-PI Victor Martínez de Albéniz (2021-2024). Grant: PID2020-116135GB-I00 funded by:
• “Information processing and resource allocation in online markets and networks,” sole PI. (2016-2019). Grant: ECO2016-75905-R funded by:
• “Smart-pricing solutions to relieve traffic congestion, exploiting new inter-vehicular communication,” co-PI Kalyan Talluri (2014-2016). Grant: ECO2013-41131-R funded by Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.
• “Licitación de posición dinámica para el tráfico algorítmico.” Leonardo Fellowship (2021-2022), funded by BBVA Foundation 2021-2022
• Ramón y Cajal Fellowship (2019-2023). Grant: RYC-2017-23656 funded by:
• Juan de la Cierva Fellowship (2017-2018). Grant: IJCI-2015-26417 funded by:
• COFUND Fellowship, Marie Curie Actions, European Commission 2013-2016