INFORMS Fellows: Class of 2015

C. Allen Butler
Daniel H. Wagner Associates, Inc.

For successful management of the Daniel H. Wagner consulting company, and exemplary service to INFORMS and the profession, and outstanding OR/MS and analytics practice in the defense business.

GĂ©rard Cachon
University of Pennsylvania

For contributions to the theory of supply chain contracting, and for service to the profession as Editor-in-Chief of two INFORMS journals.

Pinar Keskinocak
Georgia Institute of Technology

For contributions to the applications of OR/MS in health and humanitarian systems and distinguished service to the INFORMS community.

Eva K. Lee
Georgia Institute of Technology

For contributions in OR methodologies and to OR practice in medicine, biomedicine, and emergency preparedness with successful implementations and broad impact.

Jack Levis

For significant contributions with high impact in the areas of OR practice, management, and service, including active involvement on the INFORMS Board, the Analytics Certification Board, and leadership with the OR group at UPS.

Pitu Mirchandani
Arizona State University

For fundamental research contributions to dynamic and stochastic networks, location models, adaptive control of transportation systems, and traffic modeling and analysis.

Benjamin Van Roy
Stanford University

For contributions to decision making in stochastic systems and approximate dynamic programming.

Rakesh V. Vohra
University of Pennsylvania 

For his fundamental research at the intersection of operations research, economics, and computer science, including learning in games, mechanism design, and market design.