27th European Conference on Operational Research

Events

  • 12 July - 15 July 2015
  • University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
  • Organiser: Association of European Operational Research Societies and the OR Society
  • E-mail: euro2015@mci-group.com
  • Phone: +44 (0) 141 354 1660
  • Event Details

EURO 2015 is the premier European conference for Operational Research and Management Science (ORMS), organised by the European Association of Operational Research Societies in conjunction with the UK OR Society.

EURO2015 will host streams from all branches of ORMS, alongside keynotes and plenaries from leading international thinkers and tutorials on up and coming areas of interest.

EURO2015 will include presentations and discussions that will have a particular focus on the practice of O.R. These sessions will be of relevance to Consultants, Analysts and Decision Makers – in fact, anyone with a passion for making the ‘real-world’ more effective.

EURO2015 will be hosted at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, which is quickly gaining recognition as a leading international technological university, reflected in the recent awards of THE University of the Year in 2012 and Entrepreneurial University of the Year in 2013. Strathclyde was founded during the Scottish Enlightenment as a “place of useful learning” and remains true to that initial vision, with a strong commitment to applied research. It is leading the way in the UK in building translational research centres linking industry and academic research. EURO2015 will be the first major conference to be based at the new Technology and Innovation Centre at Strathclyde.

Topics include:

• Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Systems • Computing • Continuous Optimisation • Control Theory & System Dynamics • Data Science, Business Analytics, Data Mining • Decision Analysis, Decision Support Systems • DEA and Performance Measurement • Discrete Optimisation, Geometry & Graphs • Emerging Applications of O.R. • Energy / Environment and Climate • Financial Modelling, Risk Management, Managerial Accounting • Game Theory, Mathematical Economics • Location, Logistics, Transportation • Metaheuristics • Multiple Criteria Decision Making and Optimisation • O.R. Education, History, Ethics • O.R. for Developing Countries, Humanitarian Applications • O.R. in Health, Life Sciences & Sports • O.R. in Industry and Software for O.R. • O.R. in Natural Resources • Production Management & Supply Chain Management • Revenue Management • Scheduling, Time Tabling & Project Management • Service Systems • Simulation, Stochastic Programming and Modelling • Soft O.R. and Problem Structuring Methods • Telecommunication, Networks and Social Networks

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