Student Conference on Operational Research

6 - 8 April 2018 | University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

What is SCOR18?

SCOR18 is the only conference that is created by PhD students for PhD students. It is aimed at all postgraduate students interested in Operational Research, Management Science or a related field.

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Scientific Programme

The scientific programme will include keynote speeches, parallel sessions and workshops. While the scientific programme satisfies our intellects the social programme will include activities where you can meet and network with fellow students. In addition, papers can be published in Conference Proceedings.

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Date & Location

University of Nottingham, UK
Jubilee Campus

6 – 8 April 2018

Abstract Submission Deadline:
2 February 2018
Registration Deadline:
15 March 2018

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Call for Papers

The 6th Student Conference on Operational Research will take place at the University of Nottingham from April 6th – 8th 2018.

The Student Conference on Operational Research is a bi-annual meeting where you can showcase your work, establish new connections, and share your experiences. We are pleased to invite PhD students and postgraduate students working in the Operational Research and Managerial Sciences. Our goal is to create a friendly environment where you can talk to colleagues of similar interests, receive constructive feedback and learn about edge cutting applications of Operational Research. The scientific program will include keynote speeches, parallel sessions and workshops. While the scientific program satisfies our intellects the social program will include activities where you can meet and network with fellow students.

In addition to abstract submission, you are invited to submit full papers to be electronically published as part of conference proceedings. Abstracts should contain a maximum of 250 words and 3 to 5 keywords. Full paper submissions must be 10 pages long at most.

The conference precedes the NATCOR course “Heuristics and Approximation Algorithms”, on the Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham. We look forward to seeing you there.

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