Optimization Society

Overview

The INFORMS Optimization Section was formed in the fall of 1995 and became a Society in 2004.

The Optimization Society has two goals:

  1. to promote the development and application of optimization methods and software tools for the solution of problems in Operations Research/Management Science, and
  2. to encourage the exchange of information among practitioners and scholars in the optimization area.

Highlights

Proposal for a new journal

Find here a proposal for a new IOS journal.

Optimization Society Prizes 2015

The 2015 edition of the INFORMS Optimization Society prizes is on. Please refer to the Prizes web page for details.

Spring 2015 Newsletter

The Spring 2015 edition of the Optimization Society Newsletter is now available.

Newly elected OS officers

We would like to congratulate and introduce the newly elected officers of the Society: Daniel Robinson (Vice-chair for Nonlinear Optimization), Warren Powell (Vice-chair for Optimization Under Uncertainty), and Aida Khajavirad (Vice-chair for Global Optimization).

Discussions platform

The INFORMS Optimization Society has a community web page. You are very welcome to join it and participate in its discussions.

Optimization Stories

The OS website has a page for Optimization stories: success stories of Optimization that are documented as videos and other easily shared formats.

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Events/Challenges

Key Contacts

Chair: Suvrajeet Sen (s.sen@usc.edu)

Web editor: Pietro Belotti (pietrobelotti@fico.com)

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