Tuesday, February 17, 2015

[DMANET] 3rd CfP --- EURO 2015 in Glasgow

The next European Conference on Operational Research, EURO2015:
Operational Research In Practice, will take place at the University of
Strathclyde in Glasgow from 12-15 July 2015. It is the place to
present your work and find out about cutting edge ideas emerging from
the Operational Research community.

The deadline for abstract submissions is March 16. Researchers,
academics, practitioners, and students interested in any branch of
Operational Research, mathematical modelling or economic analysis are
invited to submit abstracts or organise sessions. If you would like to
organise a session, please contact the Programme Committee. More
information is on the website www.euro2015.org, including details of
the main topical areas, the Programme and Organising Committee
members, and details of how to submit your abstract.

Our plenary speaker sessions are superb, confirmed to date:

Risk and Reliability in Stochastic Optimization - R.Tyrrell
Rockafellar, University of Washington

Public Policy & Governance, Sustainable Cities - Sir Alan Wilson,
Professor of Urban Regional Systems, Centre for Advanced Spatial
Analysis, Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London

Trends in Transportation and Logistics - M Grazia Speranza, Professor
in Operations Research, University of Brescia

Our further speaker programme includes:

OR Education in the Age of Analytics - Ariela Sofer, Systems
Engineering and Operations Research (SEOR), George Mason University,

Optimizing and Transforming the Healthcare System - Eva K. Lee,
Centre for Operations Research in Medicine and HealthCare, Georgia
Institute of Technology, Atlanta

Operations Research Models in Evacuation Planning - Horst Hamacher,
Optimization Working Group, Department of Mathematics, University of
Kaiserslautern, Germany

OR Models and Algorithms for Bioinformatics - Jacek Blazewicz,
Institute of Computing Science, Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Advances in Criterion Space Search Methods for Multiobjective Mixed
Integer Programming - Martin Savelsbergh, H. Milton Stewart School of
Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology,

Behavioural Operational Research - Raimo P. Hamalainen, Systems
Analysis Laboratory, Aalto University, Finland

Is Optimal Still Good Enough? - Modern Supply Chain Planning - Stefan
Nickel, Institute for Operations Research, Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT), Germany

Automatic Algorithm Configuration: Advances and Perspectives - Thomas
Stuetzle, IRIDIA, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

OR at the heart of Government - how the Government OR Service
influences decision making - Tony O'Connor, Chair of the Government
Operational Research Service (GORS), UK

Be a part of EURO2015 which takes place in an inspiring and lively
city, has a great social programme and is the place for OR in 2015.

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow.

Kind regards
Professor Tim Bedford, Professor Val Belton and Professor David
Pisinger, Co-chairs of EURO2015

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