2 papers published in Omega win awards for excellence

December 15, 2021

Professors Georges Zaccour, Yossiri Adulyasak and Raf Jans and PhD student Narges Sereshti are among the scholars honoured with Best Paper Awards this year from Omega – The International Journal of Management Science.

Professor Zaccour received the award for the paper titled Optimal dynamic management of a charity under imperfect altruism, co-written with Bertrand Crettez and Naila Hayek, of Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris II.

Narges Sereshti and Professors Adulyasak and Jans received this distinction for The value of aggregate service levels in stochastic lot sizing problems.

 

More about the winners

Georges Zaccour is a Full Professor in the Department of Decision Sciences and holder of the Chair in Game Theory and Management. He is recognized internationally for his scientific contribution to this field, and is also a member of the Group for Research in Decision Analysis (GERAD). He received the 2021 Pierre Laurin Award for Research Excellence from the School.

Yossiri Adulyasak is an Associate Professor in the Department of Logistics and Operations Management. He too is a member of GERAD, and holds the Canada Research Chair in Supply Chain Analytics.

Raf Jans is a Full Professor in the Department of Logistics and Operations Management, holds the Chair in Supply Chain Operations Planning and is responsible for the Logistics and Operations Management specialization of the PhD program. He is also a member of the Interuniversity Research Centre on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation (CIRRELT) and of GERAD.

Narges Sereshti is a PhD student in the Logistics and Operations Management specialization. Her research concerns production planning considering service levels. She is a member of GERAD and CIRRELT.

 

Georges Zaccour, Yossiri Adulyasak, Raf Jans and Narges Sereshti.

 


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