David Gamarnik is a Nanyang Technological University Professor of Operations Research at the Operations Research and Statistics Group, Sloan School of Management of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received B.A. in mathematics from New York University in 1993 and Ph.D. in Operations Research from MIT in 1998. Since then he was a research staff member of IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, before joining MIT in 2005. His research interests include probability, theory of random graphs, optimization and algorithms, statistics and machine learning, stochastic processes and queueing theory. He is a recipient of the Erlang Prize and the Best Publication Award from the Applied Probability Society of INFORMS, and he was a finalist for Franz Edelman Prize competition of INFORMS. In the past he served as an area editor of Operations Research journal, and as associate editor of Mathematics of Operations Research, Annals of Applied Probability, Queueing Systems and Stochastic Systems journals.
- Computational Complexity of Statistical Inference, Fall 2021. Visiting Scientist.
- Probability, Geometry, and Computation in High Dimensions, Fall 2020. Visiting Scientist and Workshop Organizer.
- Real-Time Decision Making, Spring 2018. Visiting Scientist.