Wednesday, March 1, 2023

[DMANET] IFORS 2023 Santiago - gentle Reminder and information - Extended deadline approaching

Reminder – S ubmit your abstract NOW – Acceptances are done on a rolling basis!


IFORS 2023

23 rd IFORS Triennial Conference

Santiago, Chile, July 10 - 14, 2023

Abstract submission system is available online at:

There are over 40 c lusters already identified which span a diversity of OR topics. The invited clusters and their chairs are found at . Abstracts must be written in English with a maximum of 2500 characters; submission deadline: March 30, 2023 .

All accepted and presented abstracts will be published online as a monograph with ISBN / DOI identifier numbers.

We also plan a few special issues of journals for papers taken from the abstracts/presentations at IFORS 2023. More information will be forthcoming soon.

We have six exciting options for the included Cultural Tours during the conference – possibilities include emphasis on arts, wine regions, and skiing in the Andes! See details of the tours here:

Distinguished Plenaries :

· Margaret Brandeau, Stanford University , USA

· Juan Carlos Muñoz, Minister of Transportation of the Chilean Government and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

· Paolo Toth, Università di Bologna , Italy (The EURO Plenary)

· Andrés Weintraub, University of Chile

Stimulating Keynotes:

· Rene de Koster, Erasmus University , The Netherlands

· Brian Denton, University of Michigan , USA

· Andrea Lodi, Cornell Tech, USA, and the Technion, Israel

· Anna Nagurney, University of Massachusetts Amherst , USA

· Tava Olsen, Melbourne Business School , Australia

· Dolores Romero Morales, Copenhagen Business School , Denmark

Memorable Tutorials:

· Carleton Coffrin, National Laboratory at Los Alamos Fred Glover, Entanglement, Inc., and Gary Kochenberger, Entanglement, Inc., USA; A Tutorial on Quantum Computing and Combinatorial Optimization

· Nesim K. Erkip, Bilkent University, Turkey: Inventory Problems with Heterogeneous Customers

· Andres Gomez Escobar, University of Southern California, USA: Machine Learning

· Rosa G. González Ramírez, University of Los Andes (Chile) and Eduardo Lalla-Ruiz, University of Twente (The Netherlands): Seaside Planning: Overview and Implementation (2 sessions)

· Kate Smith-Miles, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne, Australia: Stress-testing Algorithms via Instance Space Analysis

The conference webpage has details about the hotels with special conference rates along with more logistical information.

Registration opens very soon!

We look forward to welcoming you to beautiful and interesting Chile!

Prof. Dr. Alice Smith PC Chair

Prof. Dr. Jorge Vera OC Co-Chair

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