AAS Best Paper Award 2020
The AAS Best Paper Award is given once a year to an outstanding paper in the field of aviation applications. The paper must have been published in a refereed journal and must present innovative approaches for solving complex problems in aviation and air transportation, with an emphasis on operations research and quantitative methods. Any author must submit only one of his/her eligible papers. In addition, no individual may be a co-author on more than two papers submitted to the competition. A paper is eligible for the competition if
All topics related to the field of aviation and air transportation will be considered, including, but not being limited to:
The winning paper will be announced at the AAS business meeting to be held during the annual INFORMS meeting in November (in National Harbor, MD, USA). The authors of the winning paper will share a prize of $800, and each will receive a certificate. To submit a paper for the 2020 competition, one of the authors must email the paper, along with a nomination letter written by a colleague (not the author, maximum 2 pages) describing the merits of the paper, to the Chair of the AAS Best Paper Award Committee, on or before June 15, 2020 11:59pm US eastern time. Please use the following email address for submissions: email@example.com (Email Subject: AAS Best Paper Award Application / Applicant name).
Disclaimer: each paper will be reviewed and scored by all five award committee members. The award committee members are not eligible for this year's award. We will enforce an unbiased review process.
2020 Committee Chair
Peng Wei George Washington University Washington D.C., USA The other members of the committee are:
Yanchao Liu Wayne State UniversityDetroit, MI, USA
Mihaela Mitici Delft University of TechnologyDelft, Netherlands
Xiaoqian Sun Beihang University Beijing, China
Yan Xu Cranfield University Cranfield, UK
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
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