EURO Distinguished Service Award

The EURO Distinguished Service Award (EDSA) [formerly known as EURO Distinguished Service Medal*] was approved by the Executive Committee in July 2006. The EDSA should honour extraordinary efforts in recognition of distinguished service to EURO and to the profession of OR. The award is officially bestowed in conjunction with a EURO-k Conference, if there is a suitable candidate. The laureate receives the EURO Distinguished Service Award and a diploma. Only one award may be made on each occasion.


*The award was renamed to better reflect the fact that the physical award has always been an engraved crystal desk ornament rather than a medal.

 


 

The 2021 EURO Distinguished Service Award is presented to:

Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger

The EDSA 2021 jury consisted of Pascale Zaraté (chair), Lidija Zadnik-Stirn, Michel Bierlaire, Robert Dyson, and François Clautiaux

The award was presented online at the opening session of the EURO 2021 Conference in Athens (Greece).


The period for nominations for the 2022 EDSA is not yet open. It will be announced in November 2021.



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