Operations Research 2014

Business Analytics and Optimization

Business, Management

Operations Research 2014 2-5 Sep 2014 Eilfschornsteinstraße 15, Aachen, Germany
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OR2014, the annual international conference of the German Operations Research Society (GOR), will take place in Aachen, Germany, September 2-5, 2014. The conference theme is business analytics and optimization. We invite practitioners and academics from mathematics, computer science, and business/economics to celebrate with us an operations research fest. Be our guest!

Opens external link in new windowAachen is a nice and cultural city, and our host, the Opens external link in new windowRWTH Aachen University, is one of Germany's "excellence universities." It is well known for science and engineering and attracts more and more researchers from all over operations research. The conference will be held on campus. Most distances - to the conference venue, but also to the hotels and social events - are a few minutes' walk.

Conference registration will open within the next days.

Conference Theme: Business Analytics and Optimization

Operations research applications have built on real data since the very beginning. With the recent ubiquitous availability of (big) data, operations research faces new opportunities and new challenges. How can we better exploit historical information to come up with better decisions that are more robust against data inaccuracies and uncertainties? What patterns and secrets do we discover in the data that may even help establishing new business models and new services? Business analytics and optimization will play key roles in turning data into insight and insight into best possible decisions.

The conference brings together researchers and practitioners from various disciplines like business, economics, mathematics, and computer science. The interdisciplinary setting fosters the exchange between predictive and prescriptive analytics, between academics and practitioners, and between the successful tradition and the promising future of our profession to attack urgent global challenges.