On April 10, the FRQNT research day took place at the ÉTS in Montréal. You will find on the following website, the program and the presentations of this day.
Title: A class of networked multi-agent control systems: Interference induced games
Title: Prediction problems using maximum entropy models
The award was presented by Maryse Lassonde, scientific director of the FRQNT, during the FRQNT Journée de la recherche held at École de technologie supérieure.
The Prix d'excellence FRQNT, in the amount of $10,000, recognizes the outstanding contributions of university or college researchers in the areas of natural sciences, mathematics and engineering, their international reputation and the benefits of their research for Québec.
Çağrı Koç, a postdoctoral researcher at HEC Montréal since October 2015, has received the 2015 OR Society Doctoral Award from the Operational Research (OR) Society, for his doctoral thesis entitled Heterogeneous Location and Pollution-Routing Problems. The winning thesis was co-directed by professors Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte and Tolga Bektas.
Governments get richer when NGOs band together to fight official corruption, game theorists at HEC Montréal find.
Mr. Samuel Rosat receives the Best Thesis Award from the Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal, and the Roger-A. Blais Award of $2,000 for his thesis titled: "Méthodes pour favoriser l'intégralité de l'amélioration dans le simplexe en nombres entiers - Application aux rotations d'équipages aériens". The work of Mr. Rosat was supervised by Professors François Soumis and Issmail El Hallaoui from the Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal.