Le Prix du mérite

Description
Instructions de mise en candidature
Lauréats

 


Description

Le Prix du Mérite est décerné à un ou une membre de la SCRO, actuel(le)ou passé(e), ayant contribué de façon significative au développement de la recherche opérationnelle comme profession de l’une ou l’autre des façons suivantes :

  • l’application pratique de la recherche opérationnelle à un niveau remarquable;
  • des contributions méthodologiques dans les domaines pertinents à la recherche opérationnelle;
  • la supervision et l’encadrement de l’acquisition d’une expertise en recherche opérationnelle;
  • la promotion de la recherche opérationnelle au Canada par des présentations, des articles, des livres ou par tout autre moyen; et
  • le service à la SCRO au niveau national ou local.
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    Instructions de mise en candidature

    Pour poser la candidature d’une personne au prix, veuillez envoyer un courriel au plus tard le 9 mars 2020 à Mehmet Begen indiquant le nom et l’affiliation du candidat et comprenant une brève déclaration d’appui à la candidature. Veuillez noter que le candidat doit être un membre actuel ou passé de la SCRO.

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    Lauréats

    2019
    Mikael Rönnqvist

    Natural Sciences and Engineering, Université Laval



    2018
    Mahmut Parlar

    DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University



    2017
    John Chinneck

    Department of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University



    2016
    Jean-François Cordeau

    Département de gestion des opérations et de la logistique, HEC Montréal



    2015
    Tamás Terlaky

    P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, Lehigh University



    2014
    Pierre L'Écuyer

    Département d'informatique et de recherche opérationnelle, Université de Montréal



    2013
    Derek Atkins
    Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia


    2012
    Oded Berman
    Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto


    2011
    Eldon A. Gunn
    Department of Industrial Engineering, Dalhousie University


    2010
    Bernard Gendron
    DIRO and Director of CIRRELT, Université de Montréal
    "Pour ses nombreuses contributions à l’application et à la diffusion de la recherche opérationnelle au Canada ainsi que pour les multiples services rendus à la communauté de la recherche opérationnelle au Canada et à l’étranger."


    2009
    David Martell
    Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto
    "For his outstanding contributions to the development and application of operational research in forest management in Canada and the world, and for his many contributions to the Canadian Operational Research Society."


    2008
    Alain Martel
    Faculté des sciences de l'administration, Université Laval
    "Pour ses nombreuses contributions à l’application et à la diffusion de la recherche opérationnelle au Canada ainsi que pour les multiples services rendus à la communauté de la recherche opérationnelle au Canada et à l’étranger."


    2007
    Peter C. Bell
    Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
    "For his significant contributions to education and the practice of Operations Research in Canada, as well as his many years of dedicated service to the Canadian Operational Research Society and beyond."


    2006
    Teodor Gabriel Crainic
    CRT, Université de Montréal
    "For his many contributions to the application and dissemination of Operational Research in Canada, as well as for numerous services rendered to the Operational Research community in Canada and abroad."


    2005
    Martin L. Puterman
    University of British Columbia
    "For his significant contributions to the theory and practice of Operations Research and for his numerous contributions to the Canadian Operational Research Society."


    2004
    Erhan Erkut
    University of Alberta
    “For his contributions to the teaching, practice, and promotion of Operational Research in Canada, and service to the Canadian Operational Research Society.”


    2003
    Mohan Chaudhry

    Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Royal Military College of Canada



    2002
    Dr. Jean-Marc Rousseau

    First Vice-President
    Centre for Interuniversity Research and Analysis on Organizations (CIRANO)
    Montreal, Quebec.



    2001
    Michel Gendreau
    "For his numerous contributions to the theory and practice of Operations Research in Canada, and for his significant contributions to the Canadian Operational Resesarch Society."


    2000
    Michael Carter
    "For his many contributions to the application and dissemination of Operational Research in Canada, and for his significant contributions to CORS activities."


    1999
    Winfried Grassmann
    "For his many contributions to Queueing and Markov Chain Theory,
    Application, Analysis and Optimization in Academia and Industry, as
    well as for numerous services rendered to the O.R. community in
    Canada and abroad."


    1998
    Maurice Queyranne
    "For his many contributions to the theory and application of Combinatorial Optimization in Academia and Industry, as well as for numerous services rendered to the O.R. community in Canada and abroad."


    1997
    Pierre Hansen


    1996
    Suresh Sethi


    1995
    Jim Templeton


    1994
    Gilbert Laporte


    1993
    Wilson Price


    1992
    Dave Deziel


    1991
    Cecil Law


    1990
    Ed Silver
    "Made significant contributions to CORS as a founder of the South Western Ontario Section, Council Member, Vice-President 1979-80 and President 1980-81. Co-author of the book "Decision Systems for Inventory Management and Production Planning" which had a major impact through its organization and clarification of the state-of-the-art in the field. An outstanding teacher of the theory and applications of Operational Research at the University of Waterloo 1969-81 and the University of Calgary since 1981. Made major research contributions in the area of inventory and production, in particular through the development of reasonable and implementable solutions to difficult practical problems (e.g. the Silver Meal heuristic), thus contributing to improved practice in many organizations."


    1989
    John Buzacott


    1988
    Michael Florian


    1987
    K. J. Radford


    1986
    John Roberts


    1985
    John Gratwick


    1984
    George Lindsey


    1983
    Omond Solandt


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