Hani Mahmassani Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Hani Mahmassani

Hani Mahmassani, Professor and William A. Patterson Distinguished Chair in Transportation, has received the Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his significant contributions to transportation science in various fields: from dynamic network modeling and optimization, to traffic flow theory, intelligent transportation systems, dynamic vehicle routing, travel behavior, decision theory, and logistics systems design. This honor is bestowed on Mahmassani by the Transportation Science and Logistics Society.

Dr. Mahmassani is an outstanding and internationally renowned leader of the transportation science and logistics community. His remarkable publication record includes more than 350 papers which received 37,000 citations in Google scholar and were presented in keynote speeches at all major international conferences. Dr. Mahmassani is a member of the National Academies of Engineering, arguably the highest professional honor an engineer can receive. 

Dr. Mahmassani is an exceptional mentor who advised more than 75 doctoral students, many of whom now hold positions at top universities worldwide, showing his high commitment to developing future leaders in transportation. Finally, Dr. Mahmassani has made significant contribution to INFORMS and in particular to TSL, serving as editor-in-chief of Transportation Science and president of TSL.

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