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Sentao Miao and Nima Salehi Sadghiani awarded IOE Wilson Prize

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Please join U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) in congratulating:

Sentao Miao (paper: Dynamic Joint Assortment and Pricing Optimization with Demand Learning) and

Nima Salehi Sadghiani (paper: Flexible Supply Chain Network Design under Correlated Uncertainties through Capacity Planning)

on their awards of the IOE Wilson Prize.

This prize is given to the best student paper dealing with any aspect of manufacturing systems, including, but not limited to, operations, quality control, finance, logistics, production planning, product development, facility layout, material handling.

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