2016 EWG-DSS Young Researcher Award

It is our great pleasure to announce Fahham Hasan Qaiser (Loughborough University, UK) as the winner of the “EWG-DSS 2016 Young Researcher of the Year” award.

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EWG-DSS greatly encourage and value young researchers’ participation and contribution to the society. Every year EWG-DSS Co-ordination Board carefully evaluate the work from all young researchers that has been presented at the EWG-DSS’s main events such as its annual conference (ICDSST series) and the streams/sessions that EWG-DSS organise within EURO and other major conferences. We shortlist a number of strong candidates and finally choose one winner every year. The paper Fahham presented at the ICDSST 2016 (https://icdsst2016.wordpress.com/) held between 23-25 May 2016 in Plymouth, UK, demonstrated excellent quality of research, hence Fahham Qaiser won the award this year.

Many congratulations and best wishes for your future research!

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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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