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Zisu Wang


Department of Information and Decision Sciences

Pronouns: He/Him/His


Building & Room:

UH 2402


601 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607

CV Link:

Zisu Wang


Research Interests
The overarching theme of my research is to develop, apply, and evaluate novel computational methods for addressing challenging issues emerging across various domains, such as digital marketing, algorithmic fairness, and open-source software. By combining interpretable statistical methods with powerful machine learning algorithms, my research aims to generate actionable insights for key stakeholders and provide relevant practitioners with flexible and effective tools.

Classes Taught
IDS 564 - Social Media and Network Analysis, University of Illinois Chicago (Spring 2024)
MIS 584 - Big Data Technologies, University of Arizona (Fall 2022)

Selected Publications

  • Wang, Z., J. Yin, K. Feng, Y. Liu, “Modeling Behavioral Dynamics in Digital Content Consumption: An Attention-Based Neural Point Process Approach with Applications in Video Games,” forthcoming at Marketing Science.

Service to Community

Reviewer for Transactions on Management Information Systems, Frontiers in Big Data, Decision Support Systems, Conference on Information Systems and Technology, Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems, INFORMS Workshop on Data Science, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences

Notable Honors

2023, James F. LaSalle Teaching Excellence Award, University of Arizona

2023, Alan Dennis PhD Travel Award, University of Arizona


M.Sc. in Statistics and Data Science, University of Arizona, 2023
B.Sc. in Statistics, University of Science and Technology of China, 2018