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Busra Gencer invited to debate the future of research and innovation in Brussels
SwissCore, Switzerland's contact office for European research, innovation and education in Brussels has invited Busra Gencer to debate with leading European Policy makers during Swisscore's annual event on April 17.
Prof. Suzanne de Treville appointed co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Operations...
Suzanne de Treville, professor in the Department of Operations in the Faculty of Business and Economics (UNIL) has been appointed co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Operations Management, one of the world’s most prestigious academic journals in the discipline. Previously Department Editor and Associate Editor, she took up her new role, working alongside Tyson Browning, on January 1, 2018.
Academic excellence: honoring 2017’s award-winning theses
Seven PhD graduates from HEC Lausanne were awarded prizes in 2017. Their theses were rewarded for their contribution to academic excellence and the innovative nature of their research fields. The Dean’s Office warmly congratulates the researchers concerned and wishes them every success in their future academic careers.
Ten projects approved by the SNSF in 2017
Projects involving 11 researchers from the Faculty of Business and Economics at UNIL were selected for grant funding by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) in 2017. In total, the SNSF will provide over CHF 1.7 million in funding for the new projects, spread over several months or years, enabling the researchers to create a team and launch their project.
New formula for the Master of Science in Management at HEC Lausanne
Students in the first year of the Master in Management offered by the Faculty of Business and Economics at UNIL can expect an entirely revamped program for 2017! Among the new features are a choice of new orientations, including one dedicated exclusively to the topic of Business Analytics. The reform is intended to build on and highlight teaching in an area where HEC Lausanne has developed a strong reputation, namely quantitative subjects and data analysis methodologies.
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