Wednesday, January 14, 2015

[DMANET] Invitation to organize a session at either EURO 2015 or ISMP 2015

Dear Colleague,

Next July, two big OR conferences will be organized: on July 12-15 the 27th European Conference on Operational Research, EURO 2015 (, in Glasgow, UK and on July 12-17 the 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Programming, ISMP 2015 (, in Pittsburgh, USA.

We are organizing a stream/cluster devoted to Multiobjective Optimization at both these conferences. We invite you to organize a session in either of these conferences. If you are interested, please, let us know and we can include your session in the electronic Abstract Submission System and you can invite speakers to your session conveniently (a session can naturally have more than one organizer in which case you'll just have to decide who will chair the session). At this point, you can give a tentative title of your session and you can modify it later. Please, remember to mention which conference your session belongs to.

If you know a colleague who might be interested in organizing a session in either of the conferences, please, feel free to forward this invitation.

Each session at EURO2015 should consist of 4 talks and at ISMP 2015 of 3 talks. The EURO deadline for abstract is March 16, 2015 and the ISMP deadline is March 2, 2015.

It is naturally also possible to submit individual contributed abstracts. We shall create sessions of them if we find enough abstracts in the same area.

We hope that you are interested in organizing a session (or several sessions) or contributing you abstract and that together we can increase the visibility of multiobjective optimization in these conferences!

If you have any questions, please, do not  hesitate to contact us!

With best regards,
Kaisa Miettinen and Matthias Ehrgott

P.S. Please, remember also that the MCDM2015 conference will be organized in Hamburg on August 2-7, 2015, see for further information

Professor Matthias Ehrgott
Head of Department
Department of Management Science
Lancaster University Management School

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