Awards and Distinctions

Her Excellency presented the Member insignia of the Order of Canada to Gilbert Laporte, C.M.. Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, invested 3 Companions, 5 Officers and 31 Members into the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall, on November 21, 2019/ Son Excellence présente l’insigne de Membre de l’Ordre du Canada à Gilbert Laporte, C.M.Son Excellence la très honorable Julie Payette, gouverneure générale du Canada, a remis l’Ordre du Canada à 3 Compagnons, 5 Officiers et 31 Membres lors d’une cérémonie d’investiture à Rideau Hall, le 21 novembre 2019. / Source: Sgt Johanie Maheu, Rideau Hall, OSGG-BSGG

Prizes, honours, distinctions and mentions

  1. Doctorate honoris causa, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway, 2021.
  2. Killam Prize in Engineering, 2021.
  3. Gilbert Laporte is named Member Emeritus of the Canadian Operational Research Society, 2020. This status is bestowed upon retired members who have won both the CORS Merit Award and the Service Award.
  4. Roger-Charbonneau Prize for the book “Location Science” (Second Edition), Gilbert Laporte, Stefan Nickel, Francisco Saldanha da Gama (eds.), Springer, 2019. HEC Montréal, 2020.
  5. Okan Arslan, Ola Jabali and Gilbert Laporte obtain a Honorable Mention from the Transportation Science and Logistics Society of INFORMS for their paper “Exact Solution of the Evasive Flow Capturing Problem” (Operations Research, 66(6), 1625-1640, 2018), 2019.
  6. According to a recent study (Ioannidis, J.P.A., Bass, J., Klavans, R., Boyack, K.W., “A Standardized Citation Metrics Author Database Annotated for Scientific Field”, PLoS Biology, 17(8): e3000384, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000384), Gilbert Laporte is the most cited author worldwide in the field of Operations Research, 2019.
  7. Gilbert Laporte is named fellow of the EURO Working Group on Vehicle Routing and Logistics Optimization (VeRoLog), 2019.
  8. Burcu Balçık, Selene Silvestri, Marie‐Ève Rancourt and Gilbert Laporte win the Best Paper Award of the Humanitarian Operations and Crisis Management College of the Production & Operations Management Society (POMS), 2019.
  9. Gilbert Laporte is elected international member of the National Academy of Engineering (United States), 2019.
  10. Gilbert Laporte is recognized as one of the 50 most famous graduates of the Collège Sainte-Marie over its 121-year history (1848-1969), 2019.
  11. Gilbert Laporte is appointed member of the Order of Canada, 2018.
  12. Marie-Victorin Prize given by the Quebec Government to a researcher in engineering or natural sciences, 2018.
  13. Doctorate honoris causa, Université de Liège, Belgium, 2018.
  14. Editor’s Award for Excellence in Reviewing, European Journal of Operational Research, 2018.
  15. According to a recent study (Laengle, S., Merigó, J.M., Miranda, J., Slowinski, R., Bomze, I., Borgonovo, E., Dyson, R.G., Oliveira, J.F., Teunter, R., “Forty Years of the European Journal of Operational Research”, 262, 803-816, 2017), Gilbert Laporte is the most productive and influential author in the European Journal of Operational Research in its forty year history, 2017.
  16. Prize of Excellence, Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies (FRQNT) 2016-2017, ex aequo with Victoria Kaspi, 2017.
  17. According to a recent study (Merigó, J.M., Yang, J.-B., “A Bibliometric Analysis of Operations Research and Management Science”, Omega: The International Journal of Management Science, 71, 37-48, 2016), Gilbert Laporte is the most productive and influential author in Operational Research and Management Science worldwide, 2016.
  18. Acfas Urgel-Archambault Prize in physical sciences, mathematics, computer science or engineering, 2016.
  19. Winner of the Practice Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, “Logistics service network design for humanitarian response in East Africa”, Émilie Dufour, Gilbert Laporte, Julie Paquette, Marie-Ève Rancourt, 2016.
  20. Doctorate honoris causa, Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE), the Netherlands, 2016.
  21. Best Reviewer Award, European Journal of Operational Research, 2016.
  22. Professor Gilbert Laporte ranks 947th among the world’s 1,040 most widely cited authors, based on his h index and his Google Scholar Citationspublic profile.
  23. Outstanding Reviewer, Discrete Optimization, 2015.
  24. Best Presentation at the TORS’15 Conference, Sousse, Tunisia, June 2015: Lahyani, R., Coelho, L.C., Khemakem, M., Laporte, G., Semet, F., “A Multi-Compartment Vehicle Routing Problem Arising in the Collection of Olive Oil in Tunisia”, 2015.
  25. Lifetime Achievement Award in Location Analysis, Section on Location Analysis, INFORMS, 2014.
  26. Winner of FICO’s Global “Optimize the Real World” contest, Roel G. van Anholt, Leandro C. Coelho, Gilbert Laporte and Iris F.A. Vis, 2014.
  27. Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing, European Journal of Operational Research, 2014.
  28. Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing, Computers & Operations Research, 2013.
  29. Meritorious Service Award, INFORMS, 2013.
  30. Best Paper Award Runner-up, Production and Operations Management Society, College of Humanitarian & Crisis Management, “Tactical Network Planning for Food Aid Distribution in Kenya”, Marie-Ève Rancourt, Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte, Ben Watkins, 2013.
  31. Pierre-Laurin Prize for career research achievements, HEC Montréal, ex aequo with Danny Miller, 2012.
  32. Best Reviewer Award, European Journal of Operational Research, 2012.
  33. Gilbert Laporte is Canada’s third most influential researcher in the field of business, according to HiBAR, the Hirsch-Index Benchmarking of Academic Research, 2012.
  34. Best Reviewer Award, European Journal of Operational Research, 2010
  35. Pierre-Laurin research prize, HEC Montréal, 2010.
  36. The Network Optimization Workshop 2010 was organized in Ajaccio, France, to mark the 60th anniversary of Gilbert Laporte, 2010.
  37. Winner of the Practice Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, “Designing New Electoral Districts for the City of Edmonton”, Burcin Bozkaya, Erhan Erkut, Dan Haight, Gilbert Laporte, 2010.
  38. According to a recent study (Hsieh, P.-N., Chang, P.-L, “An Assessment of World-Wide Research Productivity in Production and Operations Management”, International Journal of Production Economics 120, 540-551, 2009), Gilbert Laporte is the most prolific author in five top journals of his field, he has the highest h-index among 44,881 authors surveyed, and he comes third for the number of publications in 20 journals for the period 1959-2008, 2009.
  39. Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award in Transportation Science, Transportation Science and Logistics Society, INFORMS, 2009.
  40. Selected as the 42nd Honorary Member of the INFORMS International Omega Rho Society, 2009.
  41. Gérard-Parizeau Award, Fondation Gérard-Parizeau, 2009.
  42. First Prize, ROADEF Challenge 2009, “La gestion des perturbations dans le domaine aérien”, Serge Bisaillon, Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte, Federico Pasin, 2009.
  43. Honorable mention, Transportation Science and Logistics Section of INFORMS, for the article “Solving a Dynamic and Stochastic Vehicle Routing Problem with a Sample Scenario Hedging Heuristic”, Lars Magnus Hvattum, Arne Løkketangen, Gilbert Laporte, 2008.
  44. Publication Award 2007, California State University, for the article: Asef-Vaziri, A., Laporte, G., Ortiz, R.A., “Exact and Heuristic Procedures for the Material Handling Circular Flow Path Design Problem”, European Journal of Operational Research 176, 707-726, 2007.
  45. Innis-Gérin Medal, Royal Society of Canada, 2007.
  46. Roger-Charbonneau Prize for the book “Transportation”, Cynthia Barnhart, Gilbert Laporte (eds.), North-Holland, 2007. HEC Montréal, 2007.
  47. Second Prize (ex aequo), ROADEF Challenge 2007, “Planification des techniciens et des interventions pour les télécommunications”, Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte, Federico Pasin, Stefan Ropke, 2007.
  48. The article “The Vehicle Routing Routing Problem: An Overview of Exact and Approximate Algorithms”, by Gilbert Laporte (European Journal of Operational Research 59, 345-358, 1992) has been selected as one of the 30 most influential articles among 11,458 articles published in EJOR over the past 30 years, 2007.
  49. Pierre-Laurin Research Prize, HEC Montréal, 2005.
  50. Elected Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, 2005.
  51. Discrete Applied Mathematics has published a special issue (vol. 145, 2004) containing some of the papers presented at the Fourth Colloquium on Graphs and Optimization (GO-IV) that took place at Loèche-les-Bains, Switzerland, from August 20 to 24, 2000. This event was organized to mark Gilbert Laporte’s 50th birthday, 2004.
  52. Glover-Klingman Prize for the best paper published in Networks in 2004, “The Ring Star Problem: Polyhedral Analysis and Exact Algorithm”, M. Labbé, G. Laporte, I. Rodríguez Martín, J.J. Salazar González, 2005.
  53. Invited as the Tow Lecturer, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa, 2005.
  54. Operations Research Meritorious Service Award, 2004.
  55. Best Paper Prize, Transportation Science and Logistics Section of INFORMS, for the article “An Integer L-Shaped Algorithm for the Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem with Stochastic Demands”, G. Laporte, F.V. Louveaux, L. Van hamme (Operations Research, 50, 415-423, 2002), 2004.
  56. Roger-Charbonneau Prize for the book “Introduction to Logistics Systems Planning and Control”, Gianpaolo Ghiani, Gilbert Laporte, Roberto Musmanno, Wiley, 2004. HEC Montréal, 2004.
  57. Second Prize, ROADEF Challenge 2003, “Optimisation de la mission d’un satellite d’observation de la Terre”, Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte, 2003.
  58. Service Award, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Science, 2002.
  59. Second position, Practice Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, “Solving a Home Care Districting Problem in an Urban Setting”, Marko Blais, Sophie D. Lapierre, Gilbert Laporte, 2002.
  60. Grand Prize for Pedagogy, HEC Montréal, 2001.
  61. GO IV Conference (Graphs and Optimization) organized in my honour, Loèche-les-Bains, Switzerland, 2000.
  62. Pierre-Laurin Research Prize, HEC Montréal, 2000.
  63. President’s Medal, Operational Research Society (United Kingdom), Gilbert Laporte, Frédéric Semet, Vladimir D. Dadeshidze, L. Jonas Olsson, 1999.
  64. Acfas Jacques-Rousseau Prize for Interdisciplinarity, 1999.
  65. Elected Member of the Royal Society of Canada, 1998.
  66. Pierre-Laurin Research Prize, HEC Montréal, 1995.
  67. Merit Award of the Canadian Operational Research Society, 1994.
  68. Teaching Prize, Student Association, HEC Montréal, 1992.
  69. Winner of the Practice Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, “A General Examination Scheduling System”, Michael W. Carter, Gilbert Laporte, 1992.
  70. Service Award of the Canadian Operational Research Society, 1991.
  71. Gaëtan-Morin Research Prize, HEC Montréal, 1989.
  72. Pergamon Prize (United Kingdom), Horst A. Eiselt, Gilbert Laporte, 1987.
  73. Winner of the Practice Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, “The Problem of Assigning Students to Course Sections in a Large Engineering School”, Gilbert Laporte, Sylvain Desroches, 1986.
  74. Pierrre-Laurin Research Prize, HEC Montréal, 1985.
  75. Best Paper Prize, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, “Dealing with Fuzziness in Some Highly Structured Combinatorial Problems”, Gilbert Laporte, 1985.
  76. Best Paper Prize, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, “A Multicriteria Approach to Social and Political Districting”, Gilbert Laporte, Jean-Marc Rousseau, Nadia Thalmann, 1983.

Newspaper and magazine articles

  1. The Montreal Gazette, Killam Prize winner touts value of research. Two Montreal professors among those honoured by the Canada Council for the Arts, 3 February 2021, page A5.
  2. INFORMS e-News, INFORMS members named to the National Academy of Engineering, Vol 22, Issue 2, February 2019.
  3. ORMS Today, Gilbert Laporte Appointed to the Order of Canada, February 3, 2019.
  4. The Montreal Gazette, Thirty-two Quebecers are among 103 new members of Order of Canada, December 27, 2018, page A4.
  5. La Presse Plus, les Prix du Québec, 24 novembre 2018.
  6. FQRNT actualités, Prix d’excellence du FQRNT, Vol. 18, No. 64, 2017, p. 5.
  7. Le Devoir, Améliorer la distribution des biens, p. H9, 22 octobre 2016.
  8. Europa Press, La Junta recuperará los servicios de estadística regionales “que fueron suprimodos en la pasada legislatura”, 5 octobre 2016.
  9. ORMS Today, Lifetime Achievement in Location Analysis, February 2015, Vol. 42, No. 1, p. 55.
  10. Génial! Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies, Édition numéro 45, 18 décembre 2013.
  11. Iranian Journal of Engineering Education, Interview with Scholars, Vol. 15, No. 58, 2013, pp. 137-158.
  12. The CORS Bulletin, OR@WORK, Designing New Electoral Districts for the City of Edmonton, Vol. 45, No. 1, 2011, pp. 22-24.
  13. Corse Matin, Les maths en renfort du secteur de la santé, 2 septembre 2010, p. 1.
  14. La Presse, Meilleure thèse du Canada, 31 juillet 2010, page E10.
  15. Les Affaires, Notre réseau de métro sera toujours handicapé, 20 au 26 février 2010, p. 3.
  16. ORMS Today, Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award, Volume 37, Number 1, February 2010.
  17. Les Affaires.com, Un professeur de HEC reconnu comme le plus influent, 1er février, 2010.
  18. CNW, Gilbert Laporte, One of the World’s Top Researchers – The HEC Montréal professor is recognized as the most influential, according to a Taiwanese study., February 1st, 2010.
  19. Gestion & Logistique – Le magazine des gens d’affaire et de logistique, La logistique et les transports au cœur d’un forum national sur le management, octobre 2009.
  20. Edmonton Journal, Edmonton unveils proposal for 12 wards, April 15, 2009, p. 1.
  21. Le Devoir, 14 octobre 2009, Montréal, Au carrefour des transports, pp. B1 et B5.
  22. Diario de Sevilla, Los matemáticos del Metro, 8 décembre 2009, p. 14.
  23. El Mundo Sevilla, El metro que esquiva a la historia, 17 novembre 2009, p. 6
  24. ABC Sevilla, Un método matemático evita quelas líneas de metro danen los monumento, 17 novembre 2009, p. 44.
  25. ABC Sevilla, Arquitectura plantea dos trazados de la Línea 2 del Metro para danar los edificios, 7 juillet 2008, p. 16.
  26. CORS Times, Interview with Gilbert Laporte, Vol. 2, ed. 1, June 14th, 2008, p. 1.
  27. Génial – Bulletin électronique des regroupements stratégiques – Fonds québécois de la recherche sur la nature et les technologies, Les chercheurs du GERAD collectionnent les honneurs, Édition numéro 4, 10 janvier 2008.
  28. ROADEF – Société française de Recherche Opérationnelle et Aide à la Décision, Un exposé passionnant de Gilbert Laporte au congrès ROADEF 2006 sur la petite et la grande histoire du problème du voyageur de commerce, 19 mars 2006.
  29. The Montreal Gazette, The logistics of profit, October 6, 2001, p. K6.
  30. Le Caducée, Création de la chaire de distributique, Vol. 51, No. 1, Automne 2001, p. 12.
  31. La Presse, Création d’une chaire en distributique, 29 octobre 2001, p. E2.
  32. Forum, La distributique se fait chaire, Vol. 36, No. 5, 24 septembre 2001, p. 5.
  33. Les Affaires, Nouvelle chaire de distributique, 22 septembre 2001, p. 28.
  34. National Post, Montreal’s HEC creates chair in distribution management, September 12, 2001, p. C1.

Prizes won by students

  1. Governor General of Canada’s Academic Gold Medal, Samuel Pelletier (advisors: Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte), 2020.
  2. Extraordinary Doctorate Award in Sciences (2017-2018 graduation year), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Jessica Rodríguez Pereira (advisors: Elena Fernández, Gilbert Laporte), 2020.
  3. Jessica Rodríguez Pereira has been selected as one of the top young women doing operational research in Europe. She was selected for the YoungWomen4OR initiative in the framework of the EURO WISDOM Forum, 2020.
  4. Best Ph.D. Thesis, GERAD, Samuel Pelletier (advisors: Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte), 2020.
  5. Best Ph.D. Thesis, HEC Montréal, Samuel Pelletier (advisors: Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte), 2020.
  6. First Place 2018 Dissertation Prize, Transportation and Logistics Society of INFORMS, for the thesis “Logistics Networks with Intermediate Stops. Designing Innovative and Green Solutions”, Maximilian Schiffer (advisors: Gilbert Laporte, Michael Schneider), 2018.
  7. SOLA Dissertation Award, Section on Location Analysis, INFORMS for the thesis “Multi-Level Location Problems”, Camilo Ortíz Astorquiza (advisors: Ivan Contreras, Gilbert Laporte), 2018.
  8. Dissertation Prize, German Association for Operations Research (GOR), Maximilian Schiffer (advisors: Gilbert Laporte, Michael Schneider), 2018.
  9. 2017 BETA Ph.D. Award, School of Industrial Engineering, Eindhoven University, of Technology, the Netherlands, Anna Franceschetti, post-doctoral fellow (advisor: Gilbert Laporte), 2017.
  10. Best Ph.D. Thesis, GERAD, Marilène Cherkesly (advisors: Guy Desaulniers, Gilbert Laporte), 2016.
  11. Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal, Marilène Cherkesly (advisors: Guy Desaulniers, Gilbert Laporte), 2015.
  12. Operational Research Society Doctoral Award (United Kingdom), Çağri Koç (advisors: Tolga Bektaş, Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte), 2015
  13. Esdras-Minville Prize for the paper “The Exact Solution of Several Classes of Inventory-Routing Problems”, Leandro C. Coelho (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2013.
  14. Esdras-Minville Prize, HEC Montréal, for the paper “Long-Haul Vehicle Routing and Scheduling with Working Hour Rules”, Marie-Ève Rancourt (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2012.
  15. Jim Davey Award, Canadian Transportation Research Forum , best doctoral paper, Julie Paquette (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2011.
  16. Mercure Prize, HEC Montréal, for the best Ph.D. dissertation “Complexity Analyses and Algorithms for Pickup and Delivery Problems”, Gerardo Berbeglia (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2011.
  17. Esdras-Minville Prize, HEC Montréal, for the paper “The Inventory-Routing Problem with Transshipment”, Leandro C. Coelho (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2012.
  18. Sofía Kovalévskaia Prize, Angélica Salazar-Aguilar, post-doctoral fellow (advisor: Gilbert Laporte), 2010.|
  19. Cecil Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award, Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society, “Complexity Analyses and Algorithms for Pickup and Delivery Problems”, Gerardo Berbeglia (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2010.
  20. Esdras-Minville Prize, HEC Montréal, for the paper “Counting feasible solutions of the traveling salesman problem with pickups and deliveries is #P-complete”, Gerardo Berbeglia (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2010.
  21. Cecil Graham Doctoral Dissertation Award, Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society, “Models and algorithms for two network design problems”, Alysson M. Costa (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2008.
  22. Progistix National Student Paper Award, Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada, Tuyva Chan (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2008.
  23. First Prize, A.M.Stevens Award, Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Student Research Paper Competition 2005-2006 (Best Masters Papers), “Transport international: l’importance de la considération de l’environnement dans la sélection des Incoterms et la performance export”, Nicolas Hien (advisors: Gilbert Laporte, Jacques Roy), 2007.
  24. Second Prize, A.M.Stevens Award, Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Student Research Paper Competition 2005-2006 (Best Masters Papers), “Optimisation du transport dans l’industrie forestière”, Catherine Gingras (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2007.
  25. Honorable Mention, CORS Student Paper Competition-Open Category, “L’optimisation du transport dans l’industrie forestière”, Catherine Gingras (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2006.
  26. James Eckler National Student Logistics Paper Award, Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada, Nicolas Hien (advisors: Gilbert Laporte, Jacques Roy), 2006.
  27. Honorable Mention, Ph.D. Dissertation Competition for Operations Research in Telecommunications, INFORMS, “Discrete Location Models for Content Distribution”, Tolga Bektaş (advisor: Osman Oguz), post-doctoral fellow (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2006.
  28. Esdras-Minville Prize, HEC Montréal, for the paper “Steiner Tree Problems with Profits”, Alysson M. Costa (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2006.
  29. First Place Dissertation Prize, Transportation Science and Logistics Section of INFORMS, for the thesis “New Optimization Models and Algorithms for the Management of Maritime Container Terminals”, Luigi Moccia (advisors: Jean-François. Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte, Manlio Gaudioso), 2005.
  30. Honorable Mention, CORS Student Paper Prize-Graduate Student Papers, “La localisation de centres de tri de colis chez Postes Canada”, Rémy Monfet (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2004.
  31. Recognition Prize for a scientific contribution, Ph.D. program in administration, HEC Montréal, “A Survey of Benders Decomposition Applied to Fixed Charge Network Design Problems”, Alysson M. Costa (advisors: Jean-François Cordeau, Gilbert Laporte), 2004.
  32. Honorable Mention, CORS Student Paper Prize-Graduate Student Papers, “A Compact Model and Tight Bounds for a Combined Location/Routing Problem”, M. Albareda-Sambola (advisors: Elena Fernández, Gilbert Laporte), 2002.
  33. First Prize, M.Sc. Dissertation, Association québécoise des transports, Edgar A. Cabral (advisors: Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1999.
  34. First Prize, Ph.D. Dissertation Prize Competition, INFORMS Transportation Science Section, Gianpaolo Ghiani (advisors : Gennaro Improta, Gilbert Laporte), 1998.|
  35. First Prize, M.Sc. Dissertation, Association québécoise des transports, Jean-François Cordeau (advisors : Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1995.
  36. First Prize, M.Sc. Dissertation, HEC Montréal. Jean-François Cordeau (advisors: Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1995.
  37. Second Prize, M.Sc. Dissertation, Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Jean-François Cordeau (advisors : Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1995.
  38. First Prize, Canadian Operational Research Society, Student Paper Competition, Hélène Dufourd  (advisors: Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte, François Soumis), 1994.
  39. Jim Davey Prize, M.Sc.A. Dissertation, Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Hélène Dufourd (advisors: Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1994.
  40. Honorable Mention, Ph.D. Dissertation Prize Competition, INFORMS Transportation Science Section, René Séguin (advisors : Michel Gendreau, Gilbert Laporte), 1994.
  41. Honorable Mention, Canadian Operational research Society, Student Paper Competition, Jiefeng Xu (advisors: Judith M. Farvolden, Gilbert Laporte), 1993.
  42. First Prize, M.Sc. Dissertation, Association québécoise des transports, Benoît Hamelin (advisor: Gilbert Laporte), 1986.
  43. First Prize, Canadian transportation Research Forum, Student Papers Competition, Jacques Roy (advisors : Gilbert Laporte, Jean-Marc-Rousseau), 1986.
  44. Honorable Mention, Ph.D. Dissertation Prize Competition, Operations Research Society of America, Transportation Science Section, Yves Nobert (advisor: Gilbert Laporte), 1982.

Honours list, M.Sc. program, HEC Montréal

  1. Samuel Pelletier, analytique d’affaires, 2016.
  2. François Sarrazin, logistique, 2008.
  3. Karine Sinclair, logistique, 2007.
  4. Julie Paquette, logistique, 2006.
  5. Nicolas Hien, logistique, 2005.
  6. Marie-Ève Rancourt, modélisation et décision, 2005
  7. Vincent Raymond, modélisation et décision, 2004.
  8. Anne-Marie Walach, logistique, 2003, 2004.
  9. Rémy Monfet, logistique, 2004.
  10. Karine Cousineau-Ouimet, modélisation et décision, 2002.

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