One of our PhD students has just received an award for his theoretical paper on procedural choice. Takahiro Suzuki and Professor Masahide Horita presented a paper entitled "Plurality, borda count, or anti-plurality: Regress convergence phenomenon in the procedural choice” at the 2016 International Conference on Group Decision & Negotiation. This year's GDN conference was hosted by Western Washington University, and Takahiro was awarded the "2016 GDN Springer Young Researcher Award" for his work supervised by Professor Horita.
Photo：left：Professor Keith Hipel, University of Waterloo
right：Professor Gregory Kersten, Concordia University