Plenary & Keynote Speakers

Plenary & Keynote Speakers

Plenary Speakers:

Berit Dangaard Brouer

Berit Brouer

Principal engineer for data and decision science at Maersk

Charting the course: How to power decision making in the Maersk transportation network with decision science

Charles J. Corbett

Charles Corbett

Professor of Operations Management and Sustainability, UCLA

The operations of well-being: How operations interacts with happiness, equity, and sustainability

Pascal Van Hentenryck

Pascal Van Hentenryck

Professor of Industrial Engineering, Georgia Tech

Fusing learning and optimization for engineering


Keynote Speakers:

Javier Alonso Mora new

Javier Alonso-Mora

Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Planning for intelligent transportation systems: Ride-pooling, last-mile logistics and self-driving vehicles


Pedro Amorim

Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering, University of Porto

Empirically driven operations research for improving retail operations


Maria Besiou

Professor of Humanitarian Logistics, Kühne Logistics University

Humanitarian operations: How can research help them become more efficient, effective and sustainable?

Peter Biro

Péter Biró

Research fellow, Hungarian Research Network & Corvinus University of Budapest  

Optimality and fairness in kidney exchange programmes

Inmanuel Bomze

Immanuel M. Bomze

Professor of Operations Research, University of Vienna

Need to relax - but perhaps later?
Reflections on modeling sparsity and mixed-binary nonconvex problems

Emma Frejinger

Emma Frejinger

Professor of Operations Research, Université de Montréal

A Contextual Stochastic Optimization Perspective on Demand Prediction for Decision Making

Bahar Yetis Kara

Bahar Yetiş Kara

Professor of Industrial Engineering, Bilkent University

Disaster resilient cities: An OR approach to disaster management

Milos Kopa

Miloš Kopa

Assoc. Prof. of Operations Research, Charles University of Prague

Stochastic dominance in decision making under uncertainty

Veronica Piccialli

Veronica Piccialli

Professor in Operations Research, Sapienza University

Optimizing machine learning: Enhancing interpretability and performance through mathematical optimization

Graham Rand

Graham Rand

Retired from Lancaster University

To be OR - key Danish contributors to the history of OR, IFORS and EURO

Ruben Ruiz

Rubén Ruiz

Principal Applied Scientist at Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Professor of Statistics and Operations Research, Universitat Politècnica de València

Optimal is the enemy of good: Solving very large scale virtual machine placement problems at Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

Pascale Zarate

Pascale Zarate

Professor of Computer Science, Toulouse Capitole University

Decision support systems: History and trends