DAS/SDP Practice Award
DAS/SDP Practice Award
Purpose of the Award
The Decision Analysis Practice Award is sponsored jointly by the Decision Analysis Society (DAS) and the Society of Decision Professionals (SDP). It is given annually to the best decision analysis application, as judged by a panel of members of both Societies. The award includes a cash prize of $750 and assistance in getting the work published in a suitable journal, if the winner so desires. The winner of the Practice Award is also invited to present their work at Society of Decision Professionals Annual Conference and Workshops (Formerly known as DAAG) the following spring.
Gilberto Montibeller, Carol Liffman and Nadia Papamichail
How does the competition work?
- By July 31 - Applicants submit an application form including abstract, project details and client testimonial. Click here to download application.
- By Sept 15 - The Award Committee selects three finalists.
- Week of Oct 10 - Finalists present their projects to the committee in a webinar.
- The Award Committee selects and announces the winner during the 2022 INFORMS Annual Meeting, to be held in hybrid mode for both in-person and virtual participation, scheduled for October 16-19, 2022 in Indianapolis, IN.
How are the applications judged?
The Award Committee will use the following criteria:
- Clear framing of the decision using the principles of decision theory.
- Quality and originality of the decision analysis techniques employed.
- Centrality of the analysis to the client's decision-making process, taking account of the importance of the problem.
- Benefits and importance of the decision analysis to the client, stakeholders, and the public.
- Describe the next steps for the analysis.
How to Submit your application?
For more information visit: https://www.informs.org/Recognizing-Excellence/Community-Prizes/Decision-Analysis-Society/Decision-Analysis-Practice-Award
2021 DAS/SDP Practice Award Finalist Presentations
- Joice C. Ribeiro Giacon, Optimum Supply
- Gustavo H. Martins , Optimum Supply
- Kislan Santos, Optimum Supply
- Love Ekenberg, Stockholm University and IIASA
- Adriana Mihai, University of Bucharest, Centre of Excellence for the Study of Cultural Identity (CESIC)
- Nadejda Komendantova, International Institute for Applied Sstems Analysis (IIASA)
- Tobias Fasth, Public Health Agency of Sweden and Dept. of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University
- Mats Danielson, Stockholm University and IIASA
- Ahmed Al-Salaymeh, The University of Jordan
- Saurabh BansalGenaro J. Gutierrez
- Yesim Koca, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Tugce Martagan, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Ivo Adan, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Bram van Ravenstein, MSD Animal Health
- Marc Baaijens, MSD Animal Health
- Oscar Repping, MSD Animal Health
- Francis Marleau Donais, Université Lava
- Irène Abi-Zeid, Université Lava
- Edward Owen Douglas Waygood, Polytechnique Montréal
- Roxane Lavoie, Université Laval