ISR News Story
Raghavan receives Glover-Klingman prize; Olian Award
Congratulations to Associate Professor S. (Raghu) Raghavan (Smith School of Business/ISR) for receiving the Glover-Klingman prize from the journal Networks for the best paper published in the journal in 2005. He co-authored "Strong Formulations for Network Design Problems with Connectivity Requirements" with Thomas Magnanti, Dean of Engineering at MIT; the article appeared in the January 2005 issue.
The certificate citation reads:
S. Raghavan also recently received the Robert H. Smith School of Business's Olian Award for his proposal, “Assigning and Pricing Sponsored Online Ad-Sites as a Multi-Unit Auction with Budget Constraints." The award is given annually to the Smith School faculty member who presents the best summer research proposal.
August 22, 2006