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Peter Glynn and his student Chang-Han Rhee win INFORMS' Outstanding Publication Award

Peter Glynn and his student Chang-Han Rhee have recently been awarded the INFORMS Simulation Society’s Outstanding Publication Award for their paper “Unbiased Estimation with Square Root Convergence for SDE Models,” Operations Research, Volume 63 (2015), 1026--1043.

To recognize outstanding contributions to the simulation literature, the INFORMS Simulation Society annually sponsors an Outstanding Simulation Publication Award. Nominations for the award to be given in 2016 should be sent by October 3, 2016 to the Awards Committee Chair.

Please join us in congratulating professor Peter Glynn and Chang-Han-Rhee for this well-deserved recognition!

  • Peter Glynn:  Thomas Ford Professor in the Department of Management Science and Engineering (MS&E) at Stanford University, and also holds a courtesy appointment in the Department of Electrical Engineering. His research interests lie in simulation, computational probability, queueing theory, statistical inference for stochastic processes, and stochastic modeling.
    Read more about Professor Glynn
  • Chang-Han Rhee:  Stanford Postdoctural Researcher.  M.S and PhD from Stanford University.  Research Interest in the following areas: Simulation and Statistical Inference for Stochastic Differential Equations (SDEs), Computational Finance Markov chain Monte Carlo, Exact Estimation Sensitivity Analysis, Gradient Estimation Stochastic Control, Dynamic Programming
    Read more about Chang-Han Rhee

The Outstanding Simulation Publication Award was presented at the Winter Simulation Conference, Arlington, Virginia, December 11-14, 2016.  The Award carries with it a cash prize of $500. 
A list of previous winners is available at the web site here .



Monday, December 19, 2016