Recipients of the DSP are within the first four years of their appointment. They are awarded an annual grant of $75,000 per year for three years.
Merve Bodur (MIE) — Conducting theoretical and applied operations research on discrete and stochastic optimization to provide valuable planning, scheduling and operational tools for high-level decision makers.
Scott Sanner (MIE, CompSci) — Developing automated data analytics tools to create smarter cities through improved power grid security, traffic flow, HVAC and healthcare systems.
Full announcement at: U of T Engineering News