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  • 05 November 2019 04:33 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    Keji Wei, from the Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA, has been recognized by AGIFORS as Winner of the 2019 Anna Valicek Award and was presented with the Silver Anna Valicek Medal for the paper “Airline Timetable Development and Fleet Assignment Incorporating Passenger Choice

     

    Maximilian Pohl, from the Technical University of Munich, Germany, has been recognized by AGIFORS as Second Place Winner of the 2019 Anna Valicek Award and was presented with the Bronze Anna Valicek Medal for the paper “Runway Scheduling during Winter Operations


    Congratulations to both winners! Links to the papers and more information can be found on the Anna Valicek Award web page

  • 04 November 2019 17:10 | David Foster (Administrator)

    AGIFORS and the airline OR community has lost one of its most endearing and thoughtful personalities in Keith Rapley. He was the AGIFORS President from 1993-1996. For Keith, OR was not so much a matter of methodology as a way of looking at the world, a stance that enriched the community of both those working directly on operational research projects and those in the wider airline community. His obituary will appear in the December edition of Inside OR. RIP.

  • 04 November 2019 16:12 | David Foster (Administrator)

    Last month, Boeing and Alaska Airlines hosted the 59th Annual Symposium in Seattle. Long time AGIFORS member Ira Gershkoff of T2RL wrote a nice summary for their internal newsletter. He has graciously shared it with us and we've made it available to you. First View: AGIFORS Symposium

  • 23 August 2019 07:29 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    From a total of 16 submitted articles the 2019 Anna Valicek Award Committee has selected the two finalists for the 2019 Anna Valicek Award

    • Keji Wei, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA: “Airline Timetable Development and Fleet Assignment Incorporating Passenger Choice
    • Maximilian Pohl, Technical University of Munich, Germany: “Runway Scheduling during Winter Operations

    As finalists, they will present their work at the upcoming AGIFORS Symposium, to be held in Seattle, WA, USA, between September 30th and October 4th, 2019. Then, the AGIFORS Council will select the winner of the 2018 Anna Valicek Award.  In addition, given the exceptional quality of the articles submitted this year, an Honorable Mention has been awarded as well as the Highlight for Societal Application. Read more on the Anna Valicek Award page.

  • 27 June 2019 07:17 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    As technical chairs, we want to promote the value of the presentations which are given at AGIFORS events.

    We want to illustrate the benefit of attending AGIFORS events and the Symposium in particular.

    Also, we want to stress the opportunity for any airline analytics professional to interact with the experts in their respective fields.


    So, without disclosing all AGIFORS proceedings, which are available to AGIFORS members, and which include decades of presentations, we here share FOR FREE, a selection of presentations based on their respective number of downloads. 


    We welcome your feedback in the comments section below.


    In the near future, we will be sharing the next batch of files in this series. 


    Rodrigo Acuna-Agost and Sémi Gabteni, Technical co-chairs


  • 15 April 2019 15:51 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    The Anna Valicek Award competition is destined to recognize original and innovative research in the application of operations research to airline and/or airline related business problems. We invite you to submit your research paper before June 1st, 2019!
    Refer to the Anna Valicek page for more details on the criteria and eligibility.

  • 17 January 2019 16:20 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    Dear AGIFORS community,

    Thank you for participation in the study groups chairs election. Below are the winners who will assume their positions in 2020 (except Judith and Michael who are stepping in 2019 already):

    • Ops - Judith Semar and Michael E. Irrgang
    • Crew - Marcel Sol and Samuel Rosat
    • RM - Virginie Lurkin and Hunkar Toyoglu
    • SSP - Cumhur Gelogullary and Yuxi Xiao

    We are actively working on organizing all 4 study group meetings and a special session on MRO that would be combined with Ops/SSP meeting. Please expect communications on the details of the meetings soon.

  • 02 December 2018 15:57 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    At the 2018 AGIFORS Symposium in Tokyo, Nuno Antunes Ribeiro has been recognized as Winner of the 2018 Anna Valicek Award for the paper “An optimization approach for airport slot allocation under IATA guidelines”. See the Anna Valicek page for more details.

  • 29 November 2018 16:08 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    AGIFORS is conducting an election to determine the two Chairs of each of the four active Study Groups. Voting opens on Friday, 30 November 2018 and is open for two weeks. Eligible voters will receive an email with a link to the poll. Details about the process and information about all candidates can be found here: Study Group Chair Elections 2018

  • 19 October 2018 15:18 | Jonas Rauch (Administrator)

    The AGIFORS Council has been expanded to include two additional Members. Rodrigo Acuna-Agost will share the role of Symposium Technical Chair with Semi Gabteni. Sergey Shebalov is taking over the role of Study Group Coordinator from John-Paul Clarke, who will remain on the Council as AGIFORS Secretary. 

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