I am an Associate Professor in the Management Science and Operations area of the London Business School. I am also a member of the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society and Revenue Management and Pricing Section of INFORMS, and serve as an Associate Editor for the journals MSOM, Management Science and Operations Research.

My research focuses on pushing the frontier of supply chain management through collaborative projects with organizations that include Dell, Zara, Amazon and the World Bank. My current and former PhD students include Felipe Caro (now at UCLA), John Foreman (Booz Allen), Shobhit Gupta (Barclays Capital), Yann Le Tallec (Clinton Foundation), Tor Schoenmeyr (First Solar), Théophane Weber (Lyric Semiconductors), Gareth Williams (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Zachary Leung, Iva Rashkova and Jónas Jónasson. I have also advised the thesis work of 25 Master's students conducted at companies that include ABB, Amazon.com, Boeing, C&S Wholesale Grocers/ES3, Dell, Frito Lay, Zara/Inditex, Kodak, Procter & Gamble and The Broad Institute.

The courses I have been teaching in various graduate programs include Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, System Optimization, Simulation, and several doctoral research seminars.

I am a citizen of France, where I graduated from the Ecole des Mines de Paris and the Lycée Chaptal, but I have been working in the United States and Great Britain since 1996. I hold a PhD in Operations Research from MIT.