The Professor of the Year Award is given to a faculty member or an adjunct professor. The awardee demonstrates an excellence in teaching, has published academic papers, or books in the area of performance management. The awardee also conducts research in the area of performance management.
CPM is proud to announce its second Professor of the Year Award
This year’s Professor of the Year is awarded to Dr. Mario Vanhoucke
Full professor of Decision Sciences at Vlerick Business School in Belgium. Professor and Head of the Operations Management and Information Science Centre at Ghent; Professor at UCL School of Management of the University College London, United Kingdom; Doctor in Operations Management at KU Leuven; Award winner at the International Project Management Association for 2008 and 2020; author of The Data-driven Project Manager; Project Management with Dynamic Scheduling: Baseline Scheduling, Risk Analysis and Project Control (2013); Integrated Project Management and Control (2014); Measuring Time: Improving Project Performance Using Earned Value Management (2009); Integrated Project Management Sourcebook: A Technical Guide to Project Scheduling, Risk and Control (2016) [A few more books exist]; latest articles: “A Multi-Project Scheduling and Resource Management Model in Project Construction” (2022); “Stability and Accuracy of Deterministic Project Duration Forecasting Methods in Earned Value Management” (2021); “A New Algorithm for Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling with Breadth and Depth of Skills” (2020); “A Project Buffer and Resource Management Model in Energy Sector; A Case Study in Construction of a Wind Farm Project” (2020); “Strategies for Project Scheduling with Alternative Subgraphs Under Uncertainty: Similar and Dissimilar sets of Schedules” (2019) [Many more articles exist]/ Areas of Expertise: Project Management; Project Scheduling and Control; Earned Value Management; Schedule Risk Analysis and Decision Making with Models.
Mario Vanhoucke is a member of CPM, as well as other performance management associations.
Congratulations Dr. Mario Vanhoucke!
To learn more about Dr. Mario Vanhoucke, click HERE to read his biography.
CPM is proud to announce its first Professor of the Year Award.
CPM is proud to award Dr. Homayoun Khamooshi, the first Professor of the Year Award. Homayoun is the Chair of the Project Management Program in the Department of Decision Sciences in the School of Business at George Washington University.
Homayoun began his career as a project engineer and project manager in the oil, gas, and petrochemical sector for NIOC (Iran) while pursuing his doctorate at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining George Washington University, he worked for the University of Northampton in the UK as a principal lecturer and program director.
He has numerous publications in juried journals from the Journal of Operational Research Society to the International Journal of Construction Management. During his career, he has served as a member of the editorial board of a number of academic and professional journals, including IEEE, the International Journal of Project Management, Project Management Journal, the Journal of Operational Research Society, and the Journal of Construction and Engineering Management.
He consults and has conducted numerous executive education and training programs worldwide, including at I2P2M, NIH, SAIC, FGV, and NIOC to name just a few.
His academic interests span project performance management, strategic project management, project risk analysis and management, planning and scheduling, and simulation-based business modeling.
Homayoun is a member of CPM, as well as other performance management associations.