Jaelynn Oh

Assistant Professor

Department of Operations and Information Systems

Faculty, Tenure Track

Jaelynn Oh is an Assistant Professor in the Operations & Information Systems. She earned her Ph.D. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She teaches operations management for the Eccles School.

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The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Ph.D. in Operations and Information Management (May 2014)
Thesis: Essays on Service Operations Management
Advisor: Xuanming Su

Stanford Unversity, Stanford, CA
M.S. in Management Science and Engineering (June 2008) – GPA 4.02/4.3

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea
B.S. in Applied Mathematics – Summa cum laude (February 2005) – GPA 3.95/4.3


Jaelynn Oh, Michael Zargham, Xuanming Su & Ali Jadbabaie (2012). Game Theoretic Analysis of Customer Subscription Decisions in Networks with Positive Externality. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. Accepted, 11/2012.

Victor M. Preciado, Jaelynn Oh & Ali Jadbabaie (2011). Analysis of Equilibria and Strategic Interation in Complex Networks. IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. Accepted, 11/2011.


JAELYNN OH, & Xuanming Su. (2014) Optimal Pricing of Reservations and Advance Selling in Queues. Presentation, Presented, 12/29/2014.


Informs Conference. Session Chair. 03/2015 – present

POMS Conference. Session Chair. 01/2015 – present

Management Science. Reviewer. 06/2013 – present

Opearations Research. Reviewer. 06/2013 – present