EURO Excellence in Practice Award Winners

  • 2019
    Yves Lucet, Warren Hare
    Towards Optimal Alignment Design for Road Construction – Using Optimization to Design Safe Roads at Minimal Cost
  • 2018
    Martin Bichler, Douglas Ferrell, Vladimir Fux, Jacob Goeree
    A combinatorial exchange for fishery access rights
  • 2016
    Thorsten Koch, Benjamin Hiller, Marc E. Pfetsch, Lars Schewe, Dagmar Bargmann, Mirko Ebbers, Armin Fügenschuh, Björn Geißler, Ralf Gollmer, Uwe Gotzes, Christine Hayn, Nina Heinecke, Holger Heitsch, René Henrion, Jesco Humpola, Imke Joormann, Veronika Kühl, Thomas Lehmann, Ralf Lenz, Hernan Leövey, Alexander Martin, Radoslava Mirkov, Andris Möller, Antonio Morsi, Antje Pelzer, Werner Römisch, Jessica Rövekamp, Martin Schmidt, Rüdiger Schultz, Robert Schwarz, Jonas Schweiger, Klaus Spreckelsen, Claudia Stangl, Marc C. Steinbach, Isabel Wegner-Specht, Bernhard M. Willert
    Evaluating Gas Network Capacities
  • 2015
    Jesse O'Hanley
    Let a River Run through It: Optimising River Connectivity Restoration.
  • 2013
    Andreas Brieden, Steffen Borgwardt, Peter Gritzmann
    Geometric Clustering for the Consolidation of Farm- and Woodland.
  • 2012
    Mikael Rönnqvist, Patrik Flisberg, Mikael Frisk
    Logistic planning using DSS FlowOpt.
  • 2010
    Pinar Keskinocak, Faramroze Engineer, Larry Pickering
    Catch-Up Scheduling for Childhood Vaccination.
  • 2009
    Carlo Mannino, Alessandro Mascis
    Optimal Real-Time Traffic Control in Metro Stations.
  • 2007
    Jörg Doege, Max Fehr, Juri Hinz, Hans-Jakob Lüthi, and Martina Wilhelm 
    On value of flexibility in energy risk management. Concepts, models, solutions.
  • 2006
    Stavros Zenios, Andrea Consiglio, Flavio Cocco
  • 2004
    not attributed
  • 2003
    Patrik Eveborny, Patrik Flisberg and Mikael Rönnqvist 
    Laps Care: an operational system for staff planning in home care.
  • 2001
    David Bredström, Jan T. Lundgren, Mikael Rönnqvist, Dick Carlsson, Andrew Mason 
    Supply Chain Optimization in the Pulp Mill Industry.

The prize was renamed and, prior to 2001, was known as the EURO Prize for the Best Applied Paper.

  • 2000
    Dick den Hertog and Peter Stehouwer 
    Optimising colour picture tubes a novel approach for high-cost non-linear programming.
  • 1998
    Cécile Arondel and Philippe Girardin 
    Sorting farming systems on the basis of their impact on ground water quality.
  • 1997
    Zeger Degraeve and Linus Schrage
    HOP: A Software Tool for Production Scheduling at Bridgestone/Firestone Off-The-Road.
  • 1995 
    Nissan Levin, Jacob Zahavi and Morris Olitsky 
    "AMOS - a probability-driven, customer-oriented decision support system for target marketing of solo mailings."

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