Ph.D. candidate Rui Zhang (BMGT) iwon second place in the WINFORMS Student Excellence Award competition on April 19. He presented his paper, “Mathematical Programming Approaches to Influence Maximization on Social Networks,” at Lockheed Martin in Arlington.
WINFORMS is the Washington, D.C. chapter of the professional society INFORMS, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences. This is the third time the student paper competition has been held; Lockheed Martin is the sponsor.
Zhang is a Ph.D. student of Professor S. "Raghu" Raghavan (BMGT/ISR). He is scheduled to graduate this spring.
Raghavan writes article on teaching for OR/MS Today magazine
Raghavan wins INFORMS teaching prize
Work by Raghavan, Chen, Ljubic wins Best Paper Award
CEE Ph.D. student James Jones wins WINFORMS Student Excellence Award
Nau, Gelfand, Goldstein part of MURI developing the potential of mean-field game theory
Khaligh-led student team wins award at IEEE IFEC competition
Two UMD Teams NASA BIG Idea Challenge Finalists
NEXTOR celebrates 20 years of aviation operations research
Alumna Enlu Zhou wins NSF CAREER Award for optimization and sampling in stochastic simulation
Marcus, Fu receive NSF grant for optimization research
April 14, 2016