APMOD2002 Applied Mathematical Programming and Modelling

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Monday, June 17, 2002 - Wednesday, June 19, 2002
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Academic and Practice
Varenna, Como, Italy
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APMOD, is a traditional opportunity to foster professional contacts and conduct fruitful scientific discussions for all those involved in the industrial application of mathematical modelling and software systems.
The symposium is set out to attract specialists with different background including academic and industrial researchers.
The theme is open, but contributions on Mathematical Programming models to solve large, practical and difficult problems and on the integration of Mathematical Programming with Decision Theory and Information Technology are particularly appreciated.
Topics include:
Large Scale Linear Programming
Integer Programming
Non Linear Programming
Modelling Systems
Stochastic Programming
Financial Investment Models and Risk Management
Data Mining and Computational Networks
Combinatorial Optimisation
Telecommunication Problems
Energy Planning Models
Environmental Management
Supply Chain Management
APMOD2002 is the sixth in the series of successful events. APMOD91, the first in the series took place at Brunel University, UK, 1991, as well as the third and the fifth events, 1995 and 2000, respectively.
The second took place in Budapest, Hungary, 1993 and the fourth in Limassol, Cyprus, 1998.
This series of events complements the triennial Mathematical Programming Symposia and has established a good tradition for disseminating research results of this community. In particular each event is followed by a refereed publication which is well regarded by the participating scientists.