Georges Zaccour, holder of the Chair in Game Theory and Management, and GERAD member, received the 2012 Roger-Charbonneau Award for the book entitled Games and Dynamic Games, written with Alain Haurie and Jacek B Krawczyk.
Miguel Anjos, Associate Professor at École Polytechnique de Montréal, received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at a ceremony held by Mitacs in Ottawa on November 28, 2012.
Every year, HEC Montréal salutes its professors’ hard work and excellence at an award ceremony. Two of these distinctions, the Jean Guertin Award and the Pierre Laurin Award, for excellence in teaching and research, respectively, crown the particularly noteworthy careers of individuals who have gained their peers’ highest respect. This year, the Jean Guertin Award went to Professor Richard Déry, while two world-renowned researchers, Gilbert Laporte and Danny Miller, tied for the Pierre Laurin Award.
Congratulations to Claire Lucas, directed by Pierre Hansen, which obtained a Scholarship of $ 4,000 from the HEC Alumni Foundation.
Bastien Talgorn, Research Engineer in Applied Mathematics, France
Title: Task scheduling and activity assignment to work shifts with schedule flexibility and employee preference satisfaction
Aditya Mahajan, McGill University
Mojtaba Nourian, McGill University
Endre Boros, Director of the Operations Research Center (RUTCOR)
Immanuel M. Bomze, University of Vienna
Charalambos D. Charalambous, University of Cyprus
Title: Optimisation sous contraintes d’un modèle hydrologique pour une représentation de la physique des processus
Bruno Tuffin, INRIA
Sven Leyffer, Argonne National Laboratory
Jean-Pierre Dussault, Université de Sherbrooke
Title: Essays on Utility Regulation
Title: Flexibility and Consistency in Inventory-Routing
- Remy Spliet, Econometric Institute, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and ERIM
- Luis F. Zuluaga, Lehigh University
The MSc in Administration program management of HEC Montréal had listed 20 of their students at the Honour Roll for the winter 2012 term, three of them are from GERAD:
Full Professor Michèle Breton (Management Sciences) has been elected President of the International Society of Dynamic Games (ISDG) for a renewable two-year term. Her role at the head of the ISDG includes overseeing the scientific aspects and material organization of activities, disseminating information, increasing the organization’s membership and expanding its interests into new fields of application for dynamic games.