Friday, January 11, 2019

[DMANET] AIROYoung session at EURO2019: join us!

To Young Operations Research Scientists

Are you planning to give a talk at the European Conference on Operational
Research *(EURO2019) *this year?

Then you should consider the AIROYoung session!!

AIROYoung is the youth chapter of AIRO, the Italian OR Society (www.

Our session is called *Young researchers in CO *(Combinatorial Optimization)
Code: *82891427*.
With this code, you can submit abstracts by going to the abstract
submission page *

*Deadline February 8th!*

Below more details about the conference.

We hope to see you there!

AIROYoung Coordinators:

Lavinia Amorosi (Sapienza University of Rome)
Martina Fischetti (Vattenfall Vindkraft, Denmark)


EURO 2019
30th European Conference on Operational Research (EURO 30th),
Dublin, Ireland, June 23-26, 2019,

We have the great pleasure of inviting you to take part in the 30th
EURO Conference
to be held in Dublin, Ireland on 23-26 June, 2019.

The Program and Organization Committees, chaired by Luis Gouveia and Seán
McGarraghy, along with Cathal MacSwiney Brugha, are preparing a high
quality scientific program and an
exciting social program for the Conference.

We are convinced that the EURO 30th Conference will be an excellent
opportunity for the OR community to get together again in a pleasant
atmosphere, and, thus, we are looking forward
to meeting you in Dublin, in 2019!

Several outstanding Plenaries & Tutorial Speakers have been selected and
will present the state-of-the-art in Operational Research, outlining
pathways of its future developments.

PLENARY Speakers:
Ulrike Reisach (Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany):
"Artificial Intelligence and Ethics - an International Comparison of
Perceptions and Policies";
William Cook (John Hopkins University, USA; and University of Waterloo,
"The Traveling Salesman Problem";
Dick den Hertog (Tilburg University, The Netherlands):
"What every OR practitioner should know about Robust Optimization".

TUTORIAL Speakers:
Anna Nagurney (Isenberg School of Management, USA): "Game Theory and
Variational Inequalities:
From Transportation and Supply Chains to Financial Networks and the
Bernd Bischl (LMU Munich, Germany):
"Bayesian Optimization and Automatic Machine Learning";
Claudia D'Ambrosio (CNRS, LIX, Ecole Polytechnique, France):
"Challenging Optimization Problems in Energy Production and
Ivana Ljubic (ESSEC Business School of Paris, France):
"From Game Theory to Graph Theory: A Bilevel Journey";
Holger Hoos (Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands):
"Programming by Optimisation: Automated algorithm configuration,
selection and beyond";
Leon Petrosjan (St. Petersburg University, Russia):
"Time-Consistency Problem in Control Theory and Dynamic Games";
Nico Vandaele (KU Leuven, Belgium):
"Humanitarian Operations Modeling at the Interplay of Relief and
Nicole Adler (Hebrew University, Israel):
"Applying game theory to analyze air transport markets";
Piotr Faliszewski (AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow, Poland):
"Committee Elections: Applications, Axioms, and Algorithms";
Roberto Cominetti (Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile):
"Optimization and Games in Transportation";
Sally Brailsford (University of Southampton, UK):
"Using hybrid simulation for healthcare applications";
Sheetal Silal (University of Cape Town, South Africa):
"Evidence-based tools to support decision making for malaria elimination".

Please follow up further information at

Researchers, academics, practitioners, and students interested in any
branch of Operational Research, mathematical modelling or economic analysis
are invited to submit abstracts or
organize sessions.

Invited and contributed papers will be organized in parallel sessions.
Sessions will be a part of Streams, and streams are grouped into different
*You can submit to the AIROYoung session by using the code Code: 82891427
in the abstract submission page* (
No participant can present more than one paper at the Conference.

Abstracts: max. 1500 characters; submission deadline: February 8, 2019.

* Abstract submission deadline: Friday, February 8, 2019.*

Registration: open,
Early registration deadline: Friday, March 8, 2019,
Author registration deadline: Friday, March 22, 2019.

Regular: €375.00 (early); €500.00 (late),
Student/Retired: €180.00 (early); €240.00 (late), Accompanying persons:
Early registration ends 8 March 2019.

The regular/student registration fee includes:
Admission to all sessions and the exhibition;
Conference materials (printed conference handbook with short programme;
online access to a complete programme with abstracts; sponsor & exhibitor
Tea, coffee and lunches throughout the conference (for each day, you will
receive a lunch coupon);
Admission to the Welcome Reception on 23rd June 2019 at University College
Transfer ticket.

The registration fee for an accompanying person covers the same except the
admission to sessions and conference materials.
Please note that the Conference Gala Dinner on Tuesday is not included in
the registration fee.
Parties interested in having a booth or exhibition area during the
Conference are kindly requested to contact the EURO 2019 Conference
Secretariat (Sponsorship & Exhibition Manager
Emma Power: An exhibitor's guide can be found at add a
link here.

For detailed information about Dublin, please visit the Conference webpage

We look forward to welcoming you to our very exciting conference in Dublin!
Luis Gouveia, Seán McGarraghy and Cathal MacSwiney Brugha

For any further information:
c/o Abbey Conference & Events
• Address: City Gate, 22 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8
• Phone: (+353) 1 648 6130
• Email:
• From Monday to Friday 9:00-17:30 (GMT)

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