Thursday, March 2, 2017

[DMANET] Ext. Deadline - 9th Applied OR Conference - ICAOR - Milan 28-30.06.17

Extended Deadline - 9th Applied Operational Research
Conference - ICAOR 2017
June, 28th-30th 2017, Milan, Italy

The ICAOR conference is an annual forum bringing together
academics and
practitioners from around the world to discuss the most
recent developments in
applied operational research and management science. We
invite you to join
your colleagues for this international meeting.

The conference covers all aspects of OR/MS with particular
emphasis on
applications, including, but not limited to:
- Agriculture and Fisheries
- Data Mining and Forecasting
- Decision Analysis and Optimization
- Defense and Military
- Education, Government and Sports
- Energy, Natural Resources and Environment
- Financial and Business Applications
- Graphs, Networks and Location
- Health and Social Services
- Manufacturing, Maintenance and Services
- Quality, Statistics and Reliability
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics
- Telecommunications and Information Science
- Timetabling, Scheduling and Queuing
- Transportation and Traffic

Thematic workshops are also organized within the


Prof Daniele Vigo, DEI - University of Bologna, Italy and
Optit srl Imola
(BO), Italy
"Optimization of Design and Operations of District Heating
and Cooling

Prof Marco Zaffalon, Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial
Intelligence, IDSIA,
"Harnessing the Twine of Robust Probability and
Optimisation for Theory and


15-Jan-2017 - Submission opens
28-Feb-2017 - Paper submission deadline ***EXTENDED
01-Apr-2017 - Notification of decisions
15-Apr-2017 - Registration deadline
25-Apr-2017 - Final manuscript submissions
28-Jun-2017 - Conference starts


The conference will only accept for review and
presentation papers that
contain original material, which neither has been
previously published nor is
current under review by other conferences or journals.
- Manuscripts should be submitted in PDF (*.pdf) and not
more than 8 pages
either as full paper or extended abstract.
- Format for the articles: a template is provided at
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