Meet our Business Analytics teaching staff
At the School of Business and Economics, our MSc Business Analytics programme is taught by internationally renowned teaching staff. Here you can find out more about them.
Professor Gilberto Montibeller
Head of Management Sciences and Operations Management Discipline Group
Professor of Management Sciences
Professor Montibeller is an expert on strategic decision and risk analysis. In recent years he has been at the forefront of the behavioural analytics movement in Britain and Continental Europe. As a decision scientist, Prof Montibeller has more than twenty years of experience in conducting decision analytic projects for private and public organisations, in Continental Europe, Britain, and South America.
Dr Grammatoula Papaioannou
Programme Director for Business Analytics Consulting
Lecturer in Business Statistics
Cellular manufacturing is a key area that Grammatoula has worked on and published in top-rated operations research (OR) journals such as European Journal of Operational Research and Annals of Operations Research.
Dr Duncan Robertson
Lecturer in Management Sciences
Duncan is an expert on strategy dynamics, modelling the interaction of firms, societies, and individuals. Contact Dr Robertson if you are interested in offering a project to our MSc Business Analytics Consulting students.
Professor Baibing Li
Professor of Business Statistics and Management Science
Professor Li’s area of expertise is in statistical modelling and analysis for complex problems in a wide range of management science areas.
Professor Jiyin Liu
Professor of Operations Management
With expertise in the modelling and optimisation of operations planning problems in logistics and production systems, Jiyin's research focuses on problems that have both academic value and practical relevance.
Dr Patrick Stacey
Senior Lecturer in Information Management
Dr Stacey is an expert in socio-emotional aspects of systems design, focussed on designing positive environments for cancer care and games development. His 20-year twin-track career has seen him work at Lancaster University and Imperial College and win a number of prestigious industrial and academic prizes.