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Doctoral students receive awards

Posted: Aug 25, 2010

Three transportation and logistics doctoral students recently received awards for their research papers.

EunSu Lee's paper, "Estimating trip diversion by using impedance in flooding regions," was one of the winners in the GIS-T Student Paper Contest. The paper was presented April 12 at the GIS-T Symposium in Charleston, W.Va. He won a paid registration to the symposium and a cash award.

Lei Fan presented "Optimization Model for Global Container Supply Chain: Imports to the United States," at the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Forum in March. He received a scholarship from the TRF Foundation. Fan earned a doctoral degree from NDSU in May.

Khalid Bachkar presented his paper, "A Decision Support System for Supplier Selection in a Chemical Firm Supply Chain: A Case Study Leveraging Analytic Hierarchy Process Model," at the 20th annual North American Research and Teaching Symposium sponsored by the Institute for Supply Management in March. Backhar earned a doctoral degree from NDSU in May.

Published in NDSU's staff newsletter
It's Happening at State
Aug. 25, 2010

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