Winner of the “EWG-DSS 2011-Award”

Dear EWG-DSS Members!

After a ranking task considering the most innovative presented work of young researchers, in the EWG-DSS organized workshops and conference streams in the year of 2011, the EWG-DSS Coordination Board is pleased to announce that Pierre-Emmanuel Arduin, from LAMSADE Paris Dauphine University, was granted with the “EWG-DSS 2011-Award“, with the paper “From Knowledge Sharing to Collaborative Decision Making”, a joint work with Michel Grundstein and Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux, that was presented in the EWG-DSS London-2011 Workshop on Decision Systems.  Below you can see the slides used by Pierre-Emmanuel Arduin to present the paper in the London EWG-DSS Workshop.

We sincerely congratulate Pierre-Emmanuel Arduin and his co-authors for this achievement! As we were informed by the authors, the awarded paper will be published in a special issue on Collaborative Decision Support Systems in the International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences (vol. 5 no. 3, 2013).

The EWG-DSS Award  prize for 2011 is of € 300.00.

The “EWG-DSS-Award” was launched in 2011 as a motivating research initiative for young researchers to submit and present their work in one of the EWG-DSS annual organized workshops and conference streams.

How to apply? Participate in the EWG-DSS organized Workshops and Session Streams each year and allow your work to be part of our selection!

For 2012,  work submitted to the EWG-DSS Liverpool-2012 Workshop in April 12th – 13th, 2012 and to the EWG-DSS DSS Stream in the EURO XXV Conference in Vilnius in July 8th – 11th, 2012. (Call-for-Participation still open for both events!) will be taken into consideration for this award.

The “EWG-DSS Award 2012” can still be yours!   Participate!

The EWG-DSS hope to count with sponsorship from research funds and from the industrial sector to make the “EWG-DSS-Award” more financially appealing.  We hope you can support this initiative by financially sponsoring it if possible, or participating and/or disseminating this information among your students, colleagues, research partners and collaborators.

EWG-DSS Coordination Board

Pascale Zaraté     (Coordinator) IRIT / Toulouse University , France
Fátima Dargam    (Coordinator) SimTech Simulation Technology / ILTC, Austria
Rita Ribeiro         (Board Chair) UNINOVA – CA3, Portugal
Jorge Hernández         (Board Assistant) University of Liverpool, UK
Boris Delibasic         (Board Assistant) University of Belgrade, Serbia
Shaofeng Liu         (Board Assistant) University of Plymouth, UK


About ewgdss

The EWG-DSS is a Working Group on Decision Support Systems within EURO, the Association of the European Operational Research Societies. The main purpose of the EWG-DSS is to establish a platform for encouraging state-of-the-art high quality research and collaboration work within the DSS community. Other aims of the EWG-DSS are to: - Encourage the exchange of information among practitioners, end-users, and researchers in the area of Decision Systems. - Enforce the networking among the DSS communities available and facilitate activities that are essential for the start-up of international cooperation research and projects. - Facilitate professional academic and industrial opportunities for its members. - Favour the development of innovative models, methods and tools in the field Decision Support and related areas. - Actively promote the interest on Decision Systems in the scientific community by organizing dedicated workshops, seminars, mini-conferences and conference streams in major conferences, as well as editing special and contributed issues in relevant scientific journals.
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