Activity Stream

2019

  • 31 Aug: Attended Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE) at MIT IDE in Boston, Massachusetts
  • 19 Aug: Presented ‘Multi-Armed Bandits with Inference considerations’ at Data Science Workshop, Conference on Information Systems and Technology at INFORMS Annual meeting, Seattle. slides

Data Science Workshop

  • Presented ‘Multi-Armed Bandits with Inference considerations’ at Department Seminar of IDSC Department, Carlson School of Management
  • Delivered ‘R Bootcamp’ to new members of Undergraduate Business Analytics Club at Carlson School of management.slides

R Bootcamp

  • Received ‘PhD Teaching Award’ for excellence in teaching during the academic year 2018-19 from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
  • Taught IDSC 3103 - Data Modeling and Databases during spring semester (SRT score - 5.5/6)
    Some reviews:
    “Sandeep has great knowledge on the topic and does a very effective job of communicating the practical uses of SQL to the student. In addition, Sandeep deeply cares about his students and the topic he teaches. That shows by how open he is to work with students one on one to get them to understand the topic.”
    “One of the best instructors I’ve ever had. No fluff, every word out of his mouth was relevant and applicable. He also gave us access to external tools for optional additional practice. No busywork, no attendance grade, and assignments that both reflect the content and are difficult enough to study for.”
  • Received Travel Fellowship award of $750 from Carlson School of Management
  • Presented our paper titled “A Prescriptive Analytics Framework for optimal policy deployment using Heterogeneous Treatment Effects” at Winter Conference on Business Analytics in Snowbird, Utah. ppt

2018

  • Presented our paper titled “A Prescriptive Analytics Framework for optimal policy deployment using Heterogeneous Treatment Effects” at Workshop on Information Systems and Economics in San Francisco, California
  • Gave a talk at Medical Industry Leadership Institute about our work on “A Prescriptive Analytics Framework for optimal policy deployment using Heterogeneous Treatment Effects” at Carlson School of Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Gave a talk on “Cross sectional and Panel data analysis” to PhD students in a brown bag seminar at Carlson School of Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Attended Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE) at MIT IDE in Boston, Massachusetts
  • Passed preliminary PhD program requirements
  • Presented my latest work titled “The effect of eSports on Traditional sport viewership” to PhD students in a brown bag seminar at Carlson School of Management, Minneapolis, Minnesota