Special Issue of Annals of Operations Research
- The Annals of Operations Research seeks submissions for a special volume on
APMOD 2014 - Modelling and Decision Making Methods
- The deadline for submission is 31 December 2014.
- For details, please refer to the Call for Papers
Scope of the Conference
APMOD 2014 covers topics relevant to mathematical optimization, modelling languages and software, theory and practice of computational methods and solution algorithms. The relevant application areas include, but are not restricted to health, transportation, logistics, engineering, finance, supply chain management, revenue management, statistics, scheduling, and energy. The methodological focus of the previous conferences has been on mathematical programming and more recently heuristics, meta-heuristics. In APMOD 2014, the scope will be extended to include business analytics and big data.
Important Dates & Abstract Submission
- Invited Sessions Proposals: 15 January 2014
Each proposal to include:
- minimum 3 presentations/session,
- session title, proposer and authors' names, addresses,
- paper titles and abstracts (TEXT format; not exceeding 300 words) for each presentation;
- Abstract Submission: 15 January 2014 via EasyChair. Prior registration with EasyChair is required.
Please submit your abstract here using TEXT format and not exceeding 300 words.
- Notification of Acceptance: 10 February 2014
- Early Registration: 20 February 2014
Best Student Paper Prize
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the £200 APMOD 2014 Best Student Paper Prize is Frans de Ruiter for his paper
"ADJUSTABLE ROBUST OPTIMIZATION WITH DECISION RULES BASED ON INEXACT REVEALED DATA",
co-authored with A. Ben-Tal, R.C.M. Brekelmans and D. den Hertog.