Call for Nominations
George B. Dantzig Prize
The Mathematical Optimization Society (MOS) administers this prize and it is awarded jointly by MOS and SIAM. The George B. Dantzig Prize is awarded every three years to one or more individuals for original research which by its originality, breadth and depth, is having a major impact on the field of mathematical optimization. The contribution(s) for which the award is made must be publicly available and may belong to any aspect of mathematical optimization in its broadest sense. The award will include a certificate containing the citation and a cash prize.
The prize may be awarded to any member of the scientific community who meets the general guidelines of the prize description.
November 30, 2017
- Nominator’s Letter of Recommendation for Candidate(s)
- CV(s) of Candidate(s), with publications list
Nominations and questions regarding the nomination process should be sent to:
Professor Gérard Cornuejols
View the call for nominations at the MOS website.
Gérard Cornuejols (Chair), Carnegie Mellon University
Monique Laurent, CWI Amsterdam and Tilburg University
Jorge Nocedal, Northwestern University
Michael Overton, New York University