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[PVS] [qest-announce] CfP International Conference on OPERATIONSRESEARCH Munich



International Conference on OPERATIONS RESEARCH
"Mastering Complexity"
MUNICH 2010

September 1-3, 2010
Munich, Germany

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http://www.or2010.de

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CALL FOR PAPERS

This conference is the 2010 edition of the annual International
OR conference organised by the German OR society. In 2010, the
overall theme is "Mastering Complexity". Complexity is a natural
component of the globalization process. Financial markets, traffic
systems, network topologies and, last but not least, energy
resource management, all contain complex behaviour and economic
interdependencies which necessitate a scientific solution.
Operations Research is one of the key instruments to model,
simulate and analyze such systems. In the process of developing
optimal solutions, suitable heuristics and efficient procedures
are some of the challenges which will be discussed at this
conference.

The conference is organised by the German OR society together with
this year's partner, the Italian OR society (http://www.airo.org).
We are very grateful for this special endorsement!

TOPICS

I.1    Forecasting, Data Mining and Machine Learning - Renato de Leone
I.2    Game Theory and Experimental Economics - Karl Morasch
I.3    Managerial Accounting - Matthias Amen
I.4    Financial Modelling and Numerical Methods - Daniel Rösch
I.5    Pricing and Revenue Management - Alf Kimms
I.6    Quantitative Models for Performance and Dependability - Markus Siegle
I.7    Business Informatics and Artificial Intelligence - Andreas Fink

II.1    Traffic, Transportation and Logistics - M. Grazia Speranza
II.2    Discrete Optimization, Graphs & Networks - Sven Oliver Krumke
II.3    Stochastic Programming - Rüdiger Schultz
II.4    Continuous Optimization - Oliver Stein
II.5    Production and Service Management - Marion Steven
II.6    Supply Chain Management & Inventory - Herbert Meyr
II.7    Scheduling and Project Management - Rainer Kolisch

III.1    Environmental Management - Paola Zuddas
III.2    Energy Markets - Hans-Georg Zimmermann
III.3    Health Care - Teresa Melo
III.4    Multiple Criteria Decision Making - Jutta Geldermann
III.5    Systems Modeling and Simulation - Grit Walther
III.6    OR in Life Sciences and Education - Trends, History and Ethics 
- Gerhard Wilhelm Weber
III.7    Young Scientist´s Session: First results of on-going 
PhD-projects - Stefan Pickl

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INVITED SPEAKERS

Roland Bulirsch (TU Munich, Bay. Akademie der Wissenschaften)
Thomas Reiter (Dt. Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt)
Dirk Taubner (msg systems)

Wolfgang Achtziger (TU Dortmund)
Wolfgang Bein (Univ. of Nevada)
Simon Benninga (Tel Aviv Univ. and Wharton)
Marielle Christiansen (Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology)
Robert Fourer (Northwestern Univ.)
Erwin Hans (Univ. of Twente)
Boudewijn Haverkort (Univ. of Twente and ESI Eindhoven)
Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger (Univ. Graz)
Winfried Matthes (Univ. Wuppertal)
Mike Pidd (Lancaster Univ.)
Georg Pflug (Univ. Vienna)
Karim Sadrieh (Univ. Magdeburg)
Ahti Salo (Helsinki Univ. of Technology)
Carlo Vercellis (Politecnico Di Milano)

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There will be an on-site book of abstracts. Post-conference
proceedings of selected papers will be published by Springer.

The conference will take place on the campus of the University of
the German Armed Forces in Munich. This University was founded in
1973 with the aim of providing officers and officer candidates
with a university education that would also prepare them for
civilian careers. Since its founding, the number of students has
been rising steadily: today there are around 3,700 registered
students, including 360 women, 50 civilians, and 150
international students and officers.

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IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract submission    (max 1800 characters)    *April 30, 2010*

Extended Abstract submission       (6 pages)    *July 15,  2010*

Final Extended Abstracts
for post-conference proceedings    (6 pages)    *Oct 15,   2010*

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE

CHAIR
Stefan Pickl (Universität der Bundeswehr München)
Markus Siegle (Universität der Bundeswehr München)

CO-CHAIR

Bernhard Fleischmann (U Augsburg)
Renato de Leone (U Camerino / Italy)
Hans-Jakob Lüthi (ETH Zürich / Swiss)
Stefan Nickel (U Karlsruhe TH)
Erwin Pesch (U Siegen)
Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (METU Ankara / Turkey)
Brigitte Werners (U Bochum)


ORGANISING COMMITTEE

CHAIR
Bo Hu (Universität der Bundeswehr München)
Karl Morasch (Universität der Bundeswehr München)

CO-CHAIR
Stefan Pickl (Universität der Bundeswehr München)
Markus Siegle (Universität der Bundeswehr München)
Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber (METU Ankara / Turkey)

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CONTACT

CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT
Annemarie Fischaleck
Gabriela Karasz
Phone +49-89-6004-4766
Fax      +49-89-6004-3561

ADMINISTRATION
Tino Krug
Phone +49-89-6004-2252

ADDRESS
Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39
85577 Neubiberg
contact@OR2010.de
www.OR2010.de

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