Thomas A. Weber




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Academic Positions



o   Associate Professor

Operations, Economics and Strategy (OES)
College of Management of Technology (CDM)
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)




o   Director, Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship Institute, EPFL, 2011-2013

o   Faculty, Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University, 2003-2011

o   Visiting Faculty, Department of Mathematics, Moscow State University, 2009; 2011

o   Visiting Faculty, Department of Economics, University of Cambridge, 2008

o   Research Fellow, Wharton Risk Center, 2003; Instructor, Wharton, 2003; Teaching Fellow, Wharton, 2000-2002

o   Research Assistant, MIT, 1997; Teaching Assistant, MIT, 1996

Other Positions

o   Senior Consultant, Boston Consulting Group, 1998-2002


Ph.D., Managerial Science and Applied Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2003
A.M., Operations and Information Management, University of Pennsylvania, 2001

S.M., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997
S.M., Technology and Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997
Diplom-Ingenieur, Electrical Engineering, Technical University Aachen, 1995
Ingénieur des Arts et Manufactures, Industrial Engineering, École Centrale Paris, 1994

Academic Awards
David Morgenthaler II Faculty Scholar, Stanford University, 2003-05; Doctoral Fellowship, The Wharton School, 1999-2003; National Fellowship, German Academic Exchange Service, 1995-1997; ERASMUS Scholarship, 1994-95; Scholarship for TIME Program (Top Industrial Managers for Europe), German-French Foundation, 1991-1993

Research Areas
Economics of Uncertainty and Information; MIS and the Pricing of Information Services; Decision Making under Uncertainty; Dynamic Microeconomic Modeling and Nonlinear Control Theory; Member of the Economics and Finance Group at the Department of Management Science and Engineering

Current Projects
Optimal Credit-Card Debt Collection; Carbon Market Design; Optimal Commitment; Contracting in Supply-Chain Networks; Nonmarket Valuation; Organizational Decision Making; Optimality Conditions and Stability in Dynamic Optimization

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