Wednesday, June 11, 2014

[DMANET] OR2014: Call for Participation

International Conference on Operations Research (OR2014)
"Business Analytics and Optimization"

Aachen, Germany, September 2-5, 2014

The 2014 International Conference on Operations Research (OR2014) takes place in the beautiful city of Aachen, Germany, the city of Charlemagne. There are more than 500 presentations in all areas of operations research, broadly interpreted, by researchers and practitioners in mathematics, computer science, business/economics, and related disciplines.

Please join us for an operations research fest. Registration is now open.

Every participant (regardless of presenting a paper or not) must register for the conference and pay their fees. Early bird registration (reduced fees) deadline is June 30, 2014,

Authors of accepted papers are entitled to submit a short paper for possible publication in Springer proceedings, see details:

Plenary and semi-plenary speakers:

Brenda Dietrich, IBM; "Operations Research in the era of cognitive computing"
Mike Trick, Carnegie Mellon U; "Sports scheduling meets business analytics"

David Barber, University College London; "Deep learning"
Aharon Ben-Tal, Technion; "Tractable solutions of some challenging optimization problems"
Stephen Boyd, U Stanford; "Convex optimization: From embedded real-time to large-scale distributed"
Karl Dörner, U Linz; "Matheuristic design concepts for rich problems"
Jan Fransoo, TU Eindhoven; "Optimizing beyond company borders: Horizontal collaboration in supply chain management"
Peter Gritzmann, TU Munich; "On data segmentation"
Eva Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology; "Health analytics: Personalized cancer treatment planning"
Andreas Marschner, DHL; "Re-designing a parcel network for growth"
Laura McLay, U Wisconsin-Madison; "Delivering emergency medical services: Research, application, and outreach"
Jean-François Puget, IBM; t.b.a.
Mikael Rönnqvist, U Laval; "Value chain planning for natural resources"
Rakesh Vohra, U Pennsylvania; "One-sided matching with limited complementarities"

Besides an attractive scientific program in 18 parallel streams, we host pre-conference workshops by AIMMS, GAMS, Gurobi, and IBM; a business day with OR success stories; and offer a nice social program in a truely European destination. Be our guest!


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