Gamarnik receives two honors
David Gamarnik, Nanyang Technological University Professor of Operations Research, has recently received two fellow honors.
First, Gamarnik has been elected as an INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) Fellow, Class of 2021. This honor recognizes “outstanding lifetime accomplishments and contributions in operations research and analytics.” Gamarnik was honored in particular “for fundamental contributions to the analysis of complex stochastic networks and the understanding of stochastic phenomena.” The 2021 INFORMS Fellows were announced in October 2021.
Second, Gamarnik has been selected for the 2022 Class of Fellows of the American Mathematical Society (AMS), in recognition of his outstanding contributions to mathematics and to the profession. Gamarnik was particularly cited for his “contributions to discrete probability and its applications to graph theory, statistical physics and the theory of algorithms.” The AMS Fellows were announced online recently.