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Mohit Singh wins A. W. Tucker Prize

Mohit Singh, who will be starting a professorship at McGill in 2010, has won the Tucker Prize for his doctoral thesis on Iterative Methods in Combinatorial Optimization.

The A. W. Tucker Prize is an award for outstanding work in Mathematical Programming and has been awarded only once every 3 years. It was established by the Society in 1985, and was first awarded at the Thirteenth International Symposium on Mathematical Programming in 1988.