Introduction

Operation research as well as management science (OR/MS) has had an impressive contribution to improve the efficiency of numerous organizations around the world by offering a best solution. In the process, OR/MS has made a significant support to increase the productivity of the economies of various countries. In this era of data-driven analytics OR/MS is an ultimate tool for technical professionals who want to acquire the knowledge and skills related to analytics to solve real business problems.

Indonesian Operations Research Association (IORA) Present International Conference on Operations Research 2017 (IORA-ICOR 2017) that will be conducted in conjunction with Universitas Terbuka National Seminar on Mathematics, Sciences, and Technology 2017. The conference initiates to bring together OR/MS researchers, academicians and practitioners, whose collective work has sustained continuing OR/MS contribution to decision-making in many fields of application. It can be considered as good platforms for the OR/MS community, particularly in Indonesia, to meet each other and to exchange ideas.

Objectives

 The primary objectives of the conference are:

  1. to facilitate interaction between OR/MS researchers and academicians in discussing current challenges that need to be addressed as well as highlighting new developments of methods, algorithms, and tools in the field.
  2. to provide OR/MS researchers, academicians and practitioners an appropriate platform for sharing experiences, communication and networking with other experts within the nation and from around the world in maximizing the contribution of OR/MS for sustainable growth, promoting of a knowledge-based economy, and utilizing the limited resources.

Proceeding

IOP Science
Proceeding will be published in IOP Conference Series, indexed by  and Thomson-Reuters
 
Activities
 
The one-day conference  IORA-ICOR consists of keynote speeches and plenary lectures during the morning session and parallel and poster sessions in the afternoon
Parallel Session : Participants of this session, prior to submission, propose and present a research paper to be discussed by other participants. Each participant will deliver his/her talk in about 15 minutes.
Poster Session : Instead of delivering their research outcome orally, participants may also present their work by means of posters, which will be displayed throughout the conference, particularly during the afternoon break.This session can also be utilized by industries for product or technology exhibition

Leaflet

Poster

 

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