Best Publication Award in Environment & Sustainability

2021 Winner(s)

Winning material: Impact of carbon pricing policies on the cost and emission of the biomass supply chain: Optimization models and a case study

Purpose of the Award

The ENRE Best Publication Award in Environment and Sustainability is given annually to the best refereed journal article in this areas of interest for ENRE. The objective of the award is to recognize the contributions of ENRE members to the field of environment and sustainability in Operations Research & Management Science. Nominated publications will be judged by a distinguished committee with respect to impact and originality.

Application Process

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Past Awardees

2021 Winner(s)
Volodymyr Babich, Georgetown University
Ruben Lobel, Airbnb
Safak Yucel, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University Krishna Teja Malladi, University of British Columbia
Taraneh Sowlati, University of British Columbia
2020 Winner(s)
Yangfang (Helen) Zhou, Singapore Management University
Alan A. Scheller-Wolf, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University
Nicola Secomandi, University of Houston Stephen Smith, Carnegie Mellon University
2019 Winner(s)
Dmytro Matsypura, The University of Sydney, Australia
Oleg A. Prokopyev Aizat Zahar, The University of Sydney, Australia
2014 Winner(s)
Yishu Chen Andrew Liu Benjamin F. Hobbs, Johns Hopkins University
2013 Winner(s)
Luke W. Rogers Robert Haight, USDA Forest Service Sandor Toth, University of Washington-Seattle
2013 Second Place
Chung-Li Tseng Yihsu Chen, Johns Hopkins University
(with Ben Hobbs)