The Tunisian Decision Aid Society organizes the inaugural conference of the African Federation of Operational Research Societies (AFROS 2018).
The aim of the conference is the interdisciplinary discussion related to competences for the future of learning organizations, an ever-changing economy and job market requirements.
The office of the IFORS Vice President for EURO is pleased to announce the sponsorship of a participant to join the 2018 EURO Winter Institute on “Lot Sizing and Related Topics” to be held at the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt(Oder), Germany, March 5 -16, 2018.
EURO is pleased to announce the travel-sponsorship of up to two participants to join the XXII ELAVIO – Latin- American Summer School in Operations Research
The Summer School. The first edition of ELAVIO was held in Chile in 1994. Since then, the School has run the event every summer to promote education in operational research among young researchers and graduate students.
Following the success of 1st and 2nd Edition, the Women for Africa Foundation (FMxA), in line with its mission of contributing to the development of Africa through its women, is launching the 3rd Edition of SCIENCE BY WOMEN programme
IFORS 2017, the 21st IFORS triennial conference, is getting close and we are all excited about this great event!
The goal of the program is to enhance the knowledge and experience of participants on logistics and supply-chain topics related to a broad range of activities including preparation.
Date: June 12-14, 2017
Venue: Santorini Island, Greece
POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) in cooperation with ORSIS (Operations Research Society of Israel) invite you to attend the 2017 POMS International Conference to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel, June 27 – 29, 2017.
Since its first release in 1992, MIPLIB has become a standard test set used to compare the performance of mixed integer linear optimization software and to evaluate the computational performance of newly developed algorithms and solution techniques.
The Öbex project is a free language editing service for operational researchers from non-English speaking regions seeking publication in an English language journal.