EURO Award for the Best EJOR Paper

In 2012 EURO introduced 3 new annual awards for papers published by EJOR: best survey paper; best application paper; and best theory/methodology. Winners for each category will be selected by a jury and an award of €1,000 will be presented at the following EURO-k or IFORS conference. EURO will pay the registration fee for one representative of each paper. 

Purpose

The purpose of the prize is to distinguish the best papers published in EJOR. General criteria for the evaluation of the papers are:

  • the scientific quality of the paper;
  • the originality of the paper;
  • the relevance to Operational Research.

Detailed information is given in the guidelines.


The winners of the 2018 edition of the EABEP are:

Innovative Applications of OR: Douglas Alem, Alistair Clark, Alfred Moreno. Stochastic network models for logistics planning in disaster relief.

Review: Michael J. Mortenson, Neil F. Doherty, Stewart Robinson. Operational research from Taylorism to Terabytes: A research agenda for the analytics age.

Theory and Methodology: Dominik Goeke and Michael Schneider. Routing a mixed fleet of electric and conventional vehicles.

The EABEP 2018 jury consisted of Stein Wallace (chair), Ana Barbosa-Povoa, Stavros Zenios, Robert Dyson, Stefan Røpke. The awards were announced at the closing session of the EURO 2018 conference in Valencia (Spain)


Jury of the EURO Award for the Best EJOR Paper 2018

  • Stein Wallace (Norway) - chair
  • Ana Barbosa-Povoa (Portugal)
  • Stavros Zenios (Cyprus)
  • Robert Dyson (UK) [EJOR Rep]
  • Stefan Røpke (Denmark)


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