Aviation Applications Dissertation Prize

2013 - First Place
2013 First Place: Farshid Azadian , Wayne State University
Winning material: An Integrated Framework for Freight Forwarders: Exploitation of Dynamic Information for Multimodal Transportation

Purpose of the Award

The Aviation Applications Section of INFORMS awards a prize for the best dissertation in any area related to aviation OR (air traffic management OR and airline OR). The winner will receive a plaque and an honorarium of $500. Finalists will receive an honorable mention and a certificate.

Past Awardees

2013 First Place
Farshid Azadian , Wayne State University
2013 Honorable Mention
Bo Vaaben , Technical University of Denmark
2012 First Place
Marcial Lapp , University of Michigan
2011 First Place
Douglas Fearing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2011 Honorable Mention
Andrew M. Churchill, University of Maryland
2010 First Place
Poornima Balakrishna, George Mason University
2010 Honorable Mention
Niklaus Eggenberg, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
2009 First Place
Gizem Keysan, Georgia Institute of Technology
2009 Honorable Mention
Pavithra Harsha, MIT
2008 First Place
Mustafa Akan, Northwestern University
2007 First Place
Anne Mercier, ExPretio Technologies
2006 First Place
Mattias Gronkvist, Jeppesen
2005 First Place
Gregory Coldren, Coldren Choice Consulting Ltd
2004 First Place
Laurie Anne Garrow, Georgia Institute of Technology
2003 First Place
Milind Sohoni, Indian School of Business
2003 Honorable Mention
Amy Mainville Cohn, University of Michigan
Sanne Vincent de Boer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thomas Vossen , University of Colorado - Boulder, Leeds School of Business


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Committee

2014 Committee Chair:
Milind Sohoni
Associate Professor of Operations Management
Indian School of Business, Hyderabad 500032, India
milind_sohoni@isb.edu

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