Carlos Daganzo Receives Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award

Featured Faculty: Carlos F. Daganzo

Carlos Daganzo, Professor of the Graduate School, received the Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award from the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). Daganzo is a  member of the CEE Transportation Engineering faculty.

Daganzo received the award for his fundamental and sustained contributions to transportation science and logistics, and for his influence on the field through his writings, teaching, service, and nurturing of younger professionals.

Robert Herman was one of the founders of the field of traffic flow theory, a group that includes UC Berkeley's Gordon Newell.

The Robert Herman Lifetime Achievement Award in Transportation Science is awarded at most every second year by the INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society.

Published 10/08/2013