Sergio Chayet is a Visiting Assistant Professor. His current research is in strategic planning for production and service organizations using queueing and game-theoretic models, control and management of manufacturing systems, stochastic models for production systems, and customer-supplier relationships.
Chayet taught at Chicago Booth from 1999- to 2005. Additionally, while studying at Northwestern University, he was a research and teaching assistant. Outside of academia, Chayet was a Developer for the QCOOM project at Motorola Corporation and National Science Foundation as well as an external consultant for ZS Associates.
Chayet earned a M.S. in Physics at the University of Chicago before pursuing a M.S. followed by a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University.
Strategic planning for production and service organizations using queueing and game-theoretic models; control and management of manufacturing systems; stochastic fluid models for production systems.