Professor Tim Huh is the recipient of the Research Excellence Award, Senior Category. Professor Huh has an illustrious research career, making fundamental contributions in the areas of inventory control and supply chain management, particularly in stochastic inventory theory, adaptive data-driven methods, pricing and revenue management, and capacity planning. He has published extensively since completing his Ph.D. in 2003, including 61 peer-reviewed journal publications, most in the top-tier journals in his field. His research on stochastic inventory theory includes both classical and emerging topics such as lost sales, random yield, multi-echelon, dynamic pricing and limited demand information addressing many topics known to be difficult to analyze. He is an international thought leader, having served as editor, associate editor, or on the editorial boards of most of the top journals in his field. His papers are highly cited and used in graduate level courses at other universities (MIT, Columbia, Duke, NYU, Michigan, Minnesota, HKUST). He received the best-paper award from Naval Research Logistics journal (Harold W. Kuhn Award) in 2007. He brought significant research funds to UBC Sauder, including grants from the National Science Foundation and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. He previously won the UBC Sauder Research Excellence Award, junior category. He currently holds a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair.