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October 7, 2019

This fall's 2019 edition of the EQuad News focused on a few ORFE professors, students and graduates. Highlighted were Professor Kornhauser *71 and his focus on transportation in future cities, graduate student Laura Leal's Excellence in Teaching Award, along with graduate student Pierre Yves Gaudreau Lamarre’s work developing mathematical tools using probability to analyze complex physical systems.
A feature story dealt with Professor Robert Vanderbei and graduate...

Students in lecture hall listening to five professors in a panel
October 3, 2019

This annual event, tailored to ORFE graduate students interested in the academic job search process, was moderated by ORFE Chair Ronnie Sircar. During this hour long event students asked questions regarding different academic positions. Faculty gave insight into the dos and don'ts of the interview process while adding some anecdotes.
This year's panel included ORFE Professors Carmona, Cattaneo, and Shkolnikov along with newly associated ORFE faculty member Maria...

Professors sitting next to computers in 1999 and today.
September 20, 2019

In 1999 Professors Mulvey, Vanmarcke, Cinlar, Soner and Carmona (original photo left to right) sat for a photo which would accompany an article by...

Nicholas Johnson and Audrey Cheng seated in Sherrerd Hall with decorative wooden wall as backdrop.
September 11, 2019

Congratulations to ORFE Seniors Audrey Cheng and Nicholas Johnson, who were awarded two of Princeton's highest academic prizes at Opening Exercises. Audrey shared the George B. Wood Legacy Junior Prize which recognizes a senior showing exceptional academic achievement during their junior year. Nicholas shared the Class of 1939 Princeton Scholar Award which is given to...

Prof. Vanderbei outside with large telescope and a picture of crab nebula.
August 7, 2019

Professor Vanderbei's astrophotography is on display at the Princeton Public Library. As profiled in the Princeton Echo Professor Vanderbei is the library's resident scientist this summer leading several public events.

Professor Ahmadi holding his PECASE award certificate in front of Constitution Hall
July 25, 2019

Professor Ahmadi is a 2019 recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) through a nomination by the National Science Foundation. This award " is the highest honor bestowed by the U. S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers who are beginning their independent...

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