CALL FOR PAPERS, Annals of Operations Research Special Issue: Towards Operations Research for all: XIX Latin Iberian American Conference on Operations Research, CLAIO 20182019-04-26
The journal Annals of Operations Research seeks submissions for a special issue “Towards Operations Research for all: XIX Latin Iberian American Conference on Operations Research, CLAIO 2018”. We invite all participants of CLAIO 2018 to submit the full version of their presented contributions to this special issue. Submissions from other regions worldwide are also welcome, providing they fall within the scope of the conference (see http://www.sopios.org.pe/claio2018/about#topics). Manuscripts will be subject to a strict review process managed by the Guest Editors and accepted papers will be published online individually, before print publication. Contributions arising from papers given at a conference should be substantially extended, and should cite the conference paper where appropriate. The deadline for submission is June 1st, 2019. Instructions for authors can be found at http://www.springer.com/business/operations+research/journal/10479 All manuscripts must be written in English and prepared in accordance with the journal's instructions for authors available at the journal web site (see below). Authors should submit a cover letter and a manuscript by June 1st, 2019, via the Journal’s online submission site at http://www.editorialmanager.com/anor/default.aspx Within the Editorial Manager system, please choose "S.I.: CLAIO 2018" as the article type. Guest Editors: - Flavia Bonomo, Department of Computer Science, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina - Antonio Mauttone, Faculty of Engineering, Universidad de la República, Uruguay - Jaime Miranda, Department of Management Control and Information Systems, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universidad de Chile, Chile - Erik Papa, Department of Mathematical Science, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru Contact information: Antonio Mauttone, email@example.comMore informations are available on http://www.springer.com/business/operations+research/journal/10479
AFROS 2018 Conference Tunis July 2nd-4th : Driving forward OR in Africa,2018-09-03
IFORS Newsletter, Sue Merchant, p.16More informations are available on http://ifors.org/newsletter/ifors-news-sept2018.pd
TSL Cross Regional Grants2018-05-18
The INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics (TSL) Society is pleased to announce the call for proposals for the 2018 TSL Cross Regional Grants. These grants were created as part of our efforts to generate more collaboration across the four TSL regions (North America, Central and South America, Europe and Africa, and Asia, Australia and New Zealand). The grants and application process are described below, with one grant aimed at doctoral students to study abroad and the other more broadly focused at driving collaborative research. The deadline for submission is August 17, 2018. The awards will be announced at the TSL Business Meeting at INFORMS on November 5th. The selection committee is composed of the three International Liaisons and one representative appointed by VeRoLog, and is chaired by the TSL Past President. All applicants for these grants must be registered TSL members. 1) Cross-region Collaborative Grant (three grants of $2000 each): This grant is open to any two or more TSL members, located in at least two of the four TSL regions (North America, Central and South America, Europe and Africa, or Asia, Australia and New Zealand), who intend to collaborate on a research project. In the interest of generating new collaborative ties across boundaries, proposals from junior faculty and those who have not already conducted this type of collaborative research are most heavily encouraged. Preference will be shown to those who have exhibited a commitment to TSL. This grant may be used to fund travel, lodging or other expenses incurred in bringing the collaborators together. As part of a collaborative agreement with VeRoLog, an additional $2000 grant is available to the best submission where at least one applicant is a member in good standing of a national society that is part of the Association of European Operational Research Societies (EURO). This year, we will again receive sponsorship for an additional $2000 grant from Kalyx Warehousing, one of the fastest growing warehousing companies specialized in warehousing and logistics. This grant will be available to the best submission with at least one applicant whose primary place of employment is located within the Asia, Australia and New Zealand region. If the best overall submission is eligible for either of these additional funds (i.e., the best overall submission has a EURO member or a TSL member from Asia, Australia, and New Zealand), the submission receives a total of $4000. Otherwise, three $2000 grants are awarded, one to the best overall submission, one to the best submission with a EURO member, and one to the best submission from a TSL member in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. We are working on additional regional sources and will keep you posted. It is expected that grant recipients will present their research at the earliest possible INFORMS, TSL, or VeRoLog conference (if applicable). The application should include the following: Description of the Project: Describe in appropriate detail the proposed activity, including: A brief description of the project, including its relevance and contribution to the TSL community (and to EURO/VeRoLog if applicable) as well as its broader impact on society. Describe how this project relates to the applicants' research programs, including their qualifications and future projects/proposals. Describe (briefly) the discussions that the collaborators have already conducted. Applicants should limit the description to no more than 750 words, in double-spaced format. Timeline and Proposed Budget: Describe how and when you anticipate disseminating the results of this project. Provide a budget, indicating how grant dollars will be spent towards that budget. This could be as simple as indicating that the budget will be spent on travel expenses. Curriculum Vitae: Full Curriculum Vitae for each applicant -attach at end of application. 2) Cross-region Doctoral Grant ($2000): This grant is open to any TSL member currently working towards a PhD who would like to spend time studying at an institution located outside of his/her home region. This grant may be used to fund travel, lodging or other expenses incurred during the grantee's visit. It is expected that the recipient will present at the earliest possible INFORMS or TSL conference. The grant application should consist of the following: Description of the Visit: Describe in appropriate detail the proposed activity, including: The objectives of the doctoral candidate's visit. A brief description of the project, including its relevance and contribution to the TSL community as well as its broader impact on society. Describe how this project relates to the applicant's thesis. Applicants should limit the description to no more than 500 words, in double-spaced format. Timeline and Proposed Budget: Delineate the projected timeline for the proposed visit. Provide a brief budget for how the grant will be spent. This could be as simple as indicating that the budget will be spent on travel expenses. Letter of Invitation from the Host Institution: This should provide a brief outline of the expectations for the candidate's visit. Limited to one page. Letter of Recommendation from the candidate's advisor: This should indicate how the visit will advance the completion of the candidate's thesis. Limited to one page. Curriculum Vitae: Full and current Curriculum Vitae-attach at end of application. 2018 TSL Collaboration Grant Committee Karen Smilowitz, TSL Past-President Jorge E. Mendoza, International Liaison, Europe and Africa Debjit Roy, International Liaison, Asia, Australia & New Zealand Cristian Cortes, International Liaison, The Americas Daniele Vigo, EURO representative For more informations, please contact Jorge Mendoza at the following url.More informations are available on firstname.lastname@example.org
An editing service support for operational researchers2018-04-23
If you are a non-native english speaker this project may be of interest for you. The obex project is a free language editing service for operational researchers from non-English speaking regions seeking publication in English. It gives editorial supports to projects that support scientists from non-English speaking regions seeking publication in English language journals.More informations are available on http://www.theobexproject.co.uk/
AFRICA in focus2018-03-01
IFORS Newsletter, Luciana Salete Buriol, p.2More informations are available on http://ifors.org/newsletter/ifors-news-march-2018.
AFROS Forges Ahead2018-03-01
Berndt Lindner, Hatem Masri, p.7More informations are available on http://ifors.org/newsletter/ifors-news-march-2018.
AFROS: Kenya Hosts Meet to Form African Regional OR Federation2016-12-18
Charles Malack Oloo, IFORS Newsletter, p.5More informations are available on http://ifors.org/newsletter/ifors-december-2016.pd
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