Panos Ipeirotis is a Professor of Information Systems and Data Science at New York University. He is also the George Kellner Fellow at Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He is the recipient of the 2015 Lagrange Prize for his contributions to the field of social media and crowdsourcing. He has authored more than 100 scientific publications and his work has been cited more than 16,000 times, according to Google Scholar.

Panos’s research has been multi-disciplinary and has won awards in multiple fields. He has received best paper awards in IEEE ICDE and ACM SIGMOD for his work on text databases and information extraction; the best paper award in ACM WWW and at AIS ICIS for his work on product search; the best paper at INFORMS Management Science for his work on the pricing power of product reviews and their effect on online marketplaces; the best paper at ACM KDD for his work on integrating human and machine intelligence, and the best paper at AAAI HCOMP for his work on automated testing for skills in online labor markets. He has chaired the ACM Economics and Computation conference, the AAAI Human Computation Conference, and the WWW2018 conference. He has been also a member of the editorial board for the Management Science, IEEE Transactions of Knowledge Engineering, INFORMS Journal of Computing, and ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality.