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S. Raghavan wins second place in paper competition


ISR-affiliated professor S. (Raghu) Raghavan (Robert H. Smith School of Business) has won second place in the 2003 INFORMS Junior Faculty paper competition. The paper, "Long-Distance Access Network Design," was co-written with Rosemary Berger, assistant professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Lehigh University. The paper also has been accepted for publication in Management Science, the flagship journal for the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS).

November 7, 2003


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