Brian Han

Brian Han

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

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385 Wohlers Hall

1206 S Sixth St

Champaign, IL 61820

217-244-8710

brianhan@illinois.edu

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Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Business Administration (Data Sciences and Operations), Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, 2020
  • B.A., Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 2012

Positions Held

  • Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2020 to present

Recent Publications

  • Han, B., Chu, L., Sun, T., & Wu, L. Forthcoming. Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. Management Science, 1.
  • Han, B., Sun, T., Chu, L., & Wu, L. Forthcoming. Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Stations in Alibaba. MIS Quarterly.

Other Publications

Articles

  • Han, B., Sun, T., Chu, L., & Wu, L. (2021). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.
  • Gupta, V., Han, B., Kim, S., & Paek, H. (2020). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. Management Science, 66 (12), 5576-5598.  link >

Conference Proceedings

  • Han, B., Li, M., Zhang, Y., & Wu, L. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B., Sun, T., Chu, L., & Wu, L. (2021). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B., Chu, L., Sun, T., & Wu, L. (2020). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. ( vol. Digital Commerce and the Digitally Connected Enterprise, pp. 14). International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B., Wu, L., Sun, T., Chu, L., & Xu, Y. (2019). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Stations in Alibaba. ( vol. Economics and IS, pp. 19). International Conference on Information Systems.

Presentations

  • Han, B. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. Conference on Information Systems and Technology.
  • Han, B. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. INFORMS Annual Conference.
  • Han, B. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. International Conference Chinese Scholars Association for Management Science and Engineering (CSAMSE.
  • Han, B. (2023). Value of Autonomous Last-mile Delivery: Evidence from Alibaba. POMS Conference.
  • Han, B. (2021). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B. (2021). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. INFORMS Annual Conference.
  • Han, B. (2021). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. International Conference Chinese Scholars Association for Management Science and Engineering (CSAMSE.
  • Han, B. (2021). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. POMS Conference.
  • Han, B. (2021). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. POMS Conference.
  • Han, B. (2020). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B. (2020). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. Workshop on Information Systems and Economics.
  • Han, B. (2020). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. INFORMS Annual Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2020). COVID-19 and E-commerce Operations: Evidence from Alibaba. Conference on Information Systems and Technology.
  • Han, B. (2019). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. Workshop on Information Systems and Economics.
  • Han, B. (2019). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. International Conference on Information Systems.
  • Han, B. (2019). Commercializing the Package Flow: Cross-sampling Physical Products Through E-commerce Warehouses. Conference on Digital Experimentation, MIT.
  • Han, B. (2019). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. INFORMS Annual Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2019). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. Conference on Information Systems and Technology.
  • Han, B. (2019). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. Statistical Challenges in Electronic Commerce Research.
  • Han, B. (2018). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. Workshop on Information Systems and Economics.
  • Han, B. (2018). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. Informs Annual Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2018). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. INFORMS Annual Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2018). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. INFORMS Heath Applications Society Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2018). Connecting Customers and Merchants Offline: Experimental Evidence from the Commercialization of Last-mile Pickup Stations at Alibaba. Conference on Digital Experimentation, MIT.
  • Han, B. (2018). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. M&SOM Healthcare Special Interest Groups.
  • Han, B. (2018). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. POMS Conference.
  • Han, B. (2017). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. INFORMS Annual Meeting.
  • Han, B. (2017). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. M&SOM Conference.
  • Han, B. (2016). Maximizing Intervention Effectiveness. INFORMS Annual Meeting.

Honors and Awards

  • Second Price, Practice Award, Conference of Chinese Scholars Association for Management Science and Engineering (CSAMSE), 2022
  • Third Price, Best Paper Award, Conference of Chinese Scholars Association for Management Science and Engineering (CSAMSE), 2022
  • Runner-up, Best Doctoral Dissertation Award, The Lazaridis Institute at Wilfrid Laurier University, 2021
  • Second Place, INFORMS TIMES Best Dissertation Award, INFORMS Technology, Innovation Management & Entrepreneurship Section, 2021
  • Kauffman Best Paper Award Runner-up, The International Conference on Information Systems, 2020
  • Second Place, Kauffman Best Paper Award, International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2020

Service

  • Reviewer, Management Science, 2021 to present
  • Reviewer, Production and Operations Management, 2020 to present
  • Reviewer, Conference on Information Systems and Technology, 2020 to present
  • Reviewer, Decision Science Journal, 2020 to present
  • Reviewer, Information Systems Research, 2020 to present
  • Reviewer, International Conference on Information Systems, 2019 to present
  • Session Chair, INFORMS, 2018 to present

Teaching Interests

Business Analytics; Information Systems; Operations Management

Research Interests

Methods: Field experiments; data-driven optimization; econometrics; machine learning

Applications: e-commerce; healthcare

Current Courses

  • Operations Management (BADM 275) Operations Management is about developing, producing, and delivering goods and services that meet and exceed customer expectations. In this course, students will be introduced to decision making frameworks and techniques for effectively and efficiently managing operations through coordinated efforts across different organizations in a supply chain and across multiple areas within an organization. These multiple areas could be consumer analytics, research and development, finance, engineering, marketing, human resource management, sourcing, information systems, logistics, and accounting.

  • Field Expmnts & Casual Infer (BADM 569) Current and classical literature in the area of Operations Management. The topics covered may vary from year to year and may include performance measures, inventory management, planning, scheduling, location, layout, product design, process design, and forecasting.

Contact

385 Wohlers Hall

1206 S Sixth St

Champaign, IL 61820

217-244-8710

brianhan@illinois.edu

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