The Applied Probability Society of INFORMS offers two prizes each year. One prize is the best student paper prize (started in 2017). One prize alternates between the Best Publication in Applied Probability Award (in odd numbered years) and the Erlang Prize for Early Career Applied Probabilists (in even numbered years).Current Calls for Nominations:
Best Student Paper Prize
Best Publication in Applied Probability Award
(left to right): Hao Yuan (finalist), Gal Mendelson (winner), Martin Zubeldia (finalist), Yunzong Xu (finalist).
- Recent Winners: Dmitriy Katz-Rogozhnikov, Linwei Xin, David Golberg, Mayank Sharma, Mark Squillante, Yingdong Lu (2019)
The Erlang Prize for Early Career Applied Probabilists
(left to right): Dmitriy Katz-Rogozhnikov (winner), Linwei Xin (winner), David Golberg (winner), Mayank Sharma (winner), Mark Squillante (winner).
(left to right): Amber Puha (Chair of APS Prize Committee), Mykhaylo Shkolnikov
(2018 APS Erlang Prize Winner), Amy Ward (President APS)
Neil Walton (2018 APS Erlang Prize Winner)