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Wang Earns Outstanding Systems Engineering Graduate Student Award

Wang Earns Outstanding Systems Engineering Graduate Student Award


ECE graduate student Yongqiang Wang was awarded the George Harhalakis Outstanding Systems Engineering Graduate Student Award by the Institute for Systems Research (ISR).

Yongqiang was nominated by Prof. Steve Marcus (ECE/ISR), who jointly advises him with Prof. Michael Fu (BUS/ISR). This past winter the quality of his work earned Yongqiang best student paper awards for two different papers, one from the Winter Simulation Conference and one from the INFORMS Computing Society.

“Yongqiang is a determined and successful student who has developed an innovative, creative, and independent research program," Prof. Marcus said. “I am confident Yongqiang will develop into a successful faculty member in a major research university.”

June 6, 2011


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