Streams and Sessions Call for Papers

Several stream and sessions organizers are sending call for papers to attract the best research to their streams and sessions. Here we are collecting the most important ones. If you wish your own call for papers to be listed here, send an email to Rubén Ruiz (rruiz@eio.upv.es) with all the information.

OR in Neuroscience

A stream in OR in Neurosience inside the area of Emerging applications of OR is being organized by Dorit Hochbaum, IEOR department, UC Berkeley. hochbaum@ieor.berkeley.edu and by the PC member Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber. If you are interested, submit your abstract as an invited abstract using the submission code 28b7ddd9.

Stream on Operations Management/Marketing Interface

We invite you to participate by either presenting a paper or organizing an invited session.

If you would like to organize an invited session, please let us know via email to xzhao1@nd.edu. Then I will send you an invitation, which will allow you to invite people to submit abstracts on-line. Each session consists of four papers. The deadline for abstract submission is March 5, 2018.

If you would like to present a paper, please let us know via email to xzhao1@nd.edu. I will then send you an invitation code, which will allow you to submit your abstract at the conference website as an invited talk. Abstracts should be limited to 1,500 characters. Use the submission code 45f91c60.

We look forward to seeing you in Valencia, Spain, either as a speaker or a session chair.

Sincerely,
Kathryn E. Stecke
Ashbel Smith Professor of Operations Management
University of Texas at Dallas

Xuying Zhao
Associate Professor of Operations Management
University of Notre Dame

Stream on OR and the Arts

We invite you to the Stream “OR and the Arts”.

For OR contributions both to and by the Arts, in a widest sense, including innovative approaches, please upload an abstract of max. 1500 characters, including spaces, to the EURO conference Valencia submission platform using the following session Codes:

Session “OR and the Arts 1”:               b3c7e3ac

Session “OR and the Arts 2”:               5542418f

Session “OR and the Arts 3”:               86d28dd8

Stream Co-Organizer:    Mehmet Nuri Kivrak (peynirsuyu@gmail.com)

Stream Co-Organizer:    Vitaly Podobedov (vetix@mail.ru)

Stream Co-Organizer:    Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (gerhard-wilhelm.weber@put.poznan.pl)

Stream on Moments in History of OR

We invite you to the Stream “Moments in History of OR”.

For Moments in History of OR please upload an abstract of max. 1500 characters, including spaces, to the EURO conference Valencia submission platform using the following session Codes:

Session “Moments in History of OR 1”:               91c61498

Session “Moments in History of OR 2”:               2b16c021

Stream Co-Organizer:    Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (gerhard-wilhelm.weber@put.poznan.pl)

Stream on Discrete and Global Optimization

We invite you to the Stream Discrete and Global Optimization.

For OR contributions to Discrete and Global Optimization, please upload an abstract of max. 1500 characters, including spaces, to the EURO conference Valencia submission platform using the following session Codes:

Session “Discrete and Global Optimization I”:     221f9f30       Session Organizer:  Thorsten Schmidt-Dumont

Session “Discrete and Global Optimization 2”:    2e2da00e

Session “Discrete and Global Optimization 3”:    60f7473d

Stream Co-Organizer:    Jan van Vuuren (vuuren@sun.ac.za)

Stream Co-Organizer:    Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (gerhard-wilhelm.weber@put.poznan.pl)

Stream on Data Mining and Statistics

We invite you to the Stream “Data Mining and Statistics”.

For OR contributions by and to Data Mining and Statistics, please upload an abstract of max. 1500 characters, including spaces, to the EURO conference Valencia submission platform using the following session Codes:

Session “Data Mining and Statistics 1”:                                       ed3d220d

Session “Data Mining and Statistics 2”:                                       2d8e675f

Session “Data Mining, Statistics Theory and Its Applications”:    95b7db9c

Session “Recent Advances in Statistics”:                                     a5f50d43

Stream Co-Organizer:    Pakize Taylan (ptaylan@dicle.edu.tr)  

Stream Co-Organizer:    Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (gerhard-wilhelm.weber@put.poznan.pl)

OR for Developing Countries

We invite you to the Stream “OR for Developing Countries” in the Main Area “OR for Developing Countries and Humanitarian Applications”.

For all regards of OR contributions to living conditions and future perspectives in developing countries please upload an abstract of max. 1500 characters, including spaces, to the EURO conference Valencia submission platform using the following session Codes:

Session “OR for Developing Countries 1”:               9ae7bc92

Session “OR for Developing Countries 2”:               06c772fb

Session “OR for Developing Countries 3”:               fa3e8cd6

Session “OR for Developing Countries 4”:               768ba723

Stream Co-Organizer:    Herman Mawengkang (mawengkang@usu.ac.id)

Stream Co-Organizer:    Pedamallu Chandra Sekhar (pcs.murali@gmail.com)

Stream Co-Organizer:    Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (gerhard.weber@put.poznan.pl)

Stream on Agent-Based Simulation

We invite you to the Stream “Agent-Based Simulation” in the Main Area “Simulation, Stochastic and Robust Optimization” inside the stream “Stochastic Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Management and Science”

The Agent-Based Simulation (ABS) session is interested in theoretical, methodological and applied research that involves synergistic interaction between simulation and agent technologies. It covers multi-agent systems, agent-based simulation and agent-directed simulation. Contributions to the ABS track can be advancements of agent-based simulation modeling and/or analysis, studies of complex adaptive systems or self-organizing emergent phenomena using agent-based models, and applications of ABS to fields such as Engineering, Management and Science. Also, of interest are contributions that demonstrate the use of agents as support facilities to enable computer assistance in simulation-based problem solving (i.e., agent-supported simulation), or the use of agents for the generation of model behavior in a simulation study.

We would like to invite you to contribute to the ABS session. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Verification, validation, testing; quality assurance; as well as failure avoidance in ABS
Experiments and output analysis of ABS
Advanced agent features for agent-directed simulation: e.g., ABS to monitor multi-simulation studies, agents in design and monitoring of simulation experiments and analysis of results
Interface with artificial intelligence and analytics
Incorporating big-data into ABS
ABS in autonomous and adaptive systems
Modelling complex adaptive systems and self-organizing systems
Advanced execution platform for ABS (e.g. cloud, edge computing)
Applications in business (e.g. operations, supply chain, marketing, finance)
Applications in physical science and engineering (e.g. environment, biomedical, engineering)
Applications in social sciences (e.g. diffusion, cooperation, competititon)

We hope that you are interested in contributing to the ABS session. Together, we can increase the impact of ABS as one of the key operational research and analytics techniques!

If you are interested in sending an abstract to the Agent-Based Simulation (ABS) session, please go directly to the abstract submission system page (https://www.euro-online.org/conf/euro29/) and use the following invited session code: 42d687d8

Stream Organizer:  B. Stephan Onggo (Trinity College Dublin, stephan.onggo@tcd.ie)

Stream on Hyper-heuristics

Hyper-heuristics are problem-independent generic solvers which have been successfully applied to a wide range of combinatorial search problems both from academia and real-world, such as timetabling, scheduling, routing, rostering, cutting and packing. The studies on this field is mainly considered under two categories, namely Selection and Generation Hyper-heuristics. Selection Hyper-heuristics operate by automatically choosing (low-level) heuristics from an existing heuristic set while the latter type focuses on generating heuristics from scratch based on predefined components. This stream is expecting studies focusing on either of these hyper-heuristic types -offering different learning approaches, utilizing distinct (meta-) heuristic techniques while dealing with various problems.
  • Session: Selection Hyper-heuristics (Submission Code: 665d9460)
  • Session: Generation Hyper-heuristics (Submission Code: 2480ffb0)

Organizers:
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– Prof. Patrick De Causmaecker, KU Leuven, Belgium

– Dr. Mustafa Misir, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

– Dr. Ender Ozcan, University of Nottingham, UK

– Dr. Rong Qu, University of Nottingham, UK

 

Stream of the Euro Working Group: Data Science Meets Optimization

The Euro Working Group on Data Science Meets Optimization (EWG/DSO) will welcome you at its stream on the use of data science for optimization and the use of optimization in data science. Contributions on learning, tuning, construction of algorithms, on optimization algorithms in machine learning, clustering or data mining or on learning goal functions and constraints from data, are just a few examples of what we aim at. Please use the submission code 68ed59ef.
Organizer:
Patrick De Causmaecker, patrick.decausmaecker@kuleuven.be.

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