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XXVI EURO – INFORMS Joint International Conference
July 1-4, 2013

Following the success of previous EURO Conferences, we announce the
XXVI EURO – INFORMS Joint International Conference: “All roads lead to
OR” which will be held in Rome on  July 1-4, 2013. The Program
Committee chaired by Marc Sevaux (EURO) and David Simchi Levi
(INFORMS) and the Organizing Committee chaired by Paolo Dell’Olmo
(AIRO), are preparing a high quality scientific  program and an
exciting social program for the conference. We are confident that the
XXVI EURO – INFORMS Joint International Conference will be an
extraordinary opportunity for the OR community to get together again
in a unique location, and we are looking forward to meeting you in
Rome in 2013. Please visit the Conference website (
for more information.

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2013
Notification of Authors: March 15, 2013

Deadline early registration (and inclusion in the program) – April 15, 2013

Registration and Welcome Cocktail: June 30, 2013

Conference date: July 1-4, 2013

We invite all researchers, academicians, practitioners,  as well as
students interested in any branch of Operational Research,
Mathematical modeling or economic analysis to participate at the
conference and to present their research. Invited and contributed
papers will be organized in parallel sessions. No participant can
present more than one paper at the conference. Abstract submission and
registration are done online, via the conference web page

Abstracts: max. 600 characters; submission deadline: March 1, 2013.

Researchers who want to organize a stream (a collection of sessions
around one topic) or a session or contribute with a paper within an
invited session should contact the PC member of the corresponding
area. We invite submissions on - but not limited to  the following

- Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy systems

- Computing

- Continuous Optimization

- Control Theory & System Dynamics

- Data science, Business analytics, Data mining

- Decision Analysis, Decision Support Systems, DEA and Performance Measurement

- Discrete Optimization, Geometry & Graphs

- Emerging applications of OR

- Energy, Environment and Climate

- Financial Modeling, Risk Management, Managerial Accounting

- Game theory, Mathematical Economics

- Location, Logistics, Transportation

- Metaheuristics

- Multiple Criteria Decision Making and Optimization

- OR Education, History, Ethics

- OR for Developing Countries, Humanitarian applications

- OR in Health & Life Sciences

- OR in industry and software for OR

- OR in Natural Resources

- Production Management & Supply Chain Management

- Revenue Management

- Scheduling, Time Tabling & Project Management

- Service systems

- Simulation, Stochastic Programming and Modeling

- Soft OR and Problem Structuring Methods

- Telecommunication, Networks and Social Networks


- Marc Sevaux, France (Chair)

- David Simchi-Levi, USA (Chair)

- Sally Brailsford, UK (EURO VP1)

- Maria Antónia Carravilla, Portugal

- Marielle Christiansen, Norway

- Guillermo Gallego, USA

- Jérémie Gallien, UK

- Michel Gendreau, Canada

- Diego Klabjan, USA

- Ana Meca Martínez, Spain

- Rolf Möhring, Germany

- Mike Pinedo, NYU

- Christian Prins, France

- Abraham Seidmann, USA

- Kenneth Sörensen, Belgium

- Ariela Sofer, USA

- Fabio Tardella, Italy

- Tamas Terlaky, USA

- Mike Trick, USA

- Steef van de Velde, The Netherlands

- Christos Vasilakis, UK

- Gerhard Wilhelm Weber, Turkey (EURO-k organizer)


- Paolo Dell’Olmo (Chair), University of Rome

- Renato De Leone, University of Camerino

- Giovanni Felici, Italian National Research Council - IASI Rome

- Paola Festa, University of Naples

- Stefano Giordani, Tor Vergata - University of Rome II

- Francesca Guerriero, University of Calabria

- Silvano Martello, University of Bologna

- Gaia Nicosia, University of Rome III

- Laura Palagi, Sapienza - University of Rome

- Fabio Schoen, University of Florence

- Anna Sciomachen, University of Genova

- Roberto Tadei, University of Torino

- Walter Ukovich, University of Trieste

The following registration fees apply:

- Regular: 350 Euro (early); 470 Euro (late),
- Student: 190 Euro (early); 290 Euro (late),
- Accompanying persons: 80 Euro.

Early registration ends  April 15, 2013.

Rome receives more than 7 million tourists a year and since July is
high tourist season, to enjoy the conference in the most convenient
way, we strongly recommend to book as early as possible:

1. accommodation in Rome through the Conference webpage

2. air tickets as early as possible

The Conference Secretariat has reserved a large number of rooms in a
number of hotels in Rome, as close as possible to the conference site
(the Campus of Sapienza University of Rome, located in Rome central
area).  Please keep in mind that in the Conference period Rome is very
busy with tourists and being late in booking hotels rooms would be a
real problem. For more details, consult the conference site, where all relevant information will be progressively

EURO 2013 will be hosted by Sapienza Universitŕ di Roma. It is
sponsored by the following organizations:

The Italian Operations Research Society (AIRO),
The Association of European Operational Research Societies (EURO).
The Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS)

For any further information please contact:

Studio Ega Srl – EURO-INFORMS Conference Secretariat

Viale Tiziano, 19 - 00196 Rome, Italy



Dr Sarah Fores
Manager of EURO




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