Doctoral Dissertation Award
The Doctoral Dissertation Award (DDA) is for doctoral students who demonstrate significant originality and technical competence in any supply chain function. The DDA is open to all who will have completed their doctoral work in a field related to functions within the supply chain.
The Doctoral Dissertation Award winner is presented a check for $5,000 at CSCMP’s Annual Global Conference. In addition, a complimentary conference registration will be extended to the award recipient, as well as travel and hotel expenses.
Submission Guidelines and Details
Candidates must follow the criteria and formatting guidelines listed on the DDA application form and submit by May 1, 2014.
The Selection Process
A selection committee comprised of both academics and practitioners using a blind review process will evaluate dissertation abstracts. The author's name must remain unknown and therefore the abstract should not make any reference to either the author or his/her academic institution.
Learn more about CSCMP’s 2013 DDA Winner: Jason A. Acimovics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Operations Research Center
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