Submit a brief abstract for a 50 minute presentation of 60 words with a minimum of 50 words for one of the topics below. Your abstract should answer the listener’s basic question: “What will I learn from this session? What information/knowledge/ideas will I come away with?” It’s important that you describe in as much detail as possible what you will cover in your presentation. A bulleted list of topics, points, examples and issues can be an effective technique for doing this.
How should data be collected and stored in such a way that is useful and accessible for analysis, but also secures the underlying rights and ethics of the owner and the data subjects, and protects the data from theft, alteration, or exploitation?
How can O.R. better support disaster recovery operations, including actions take in advance of, during, and after a disaster?
How can O.R. and analytics better help government agencies and the public writ large understand and prepare for emergencies?
Frontiers in O.R.
How can the security community benefit from and drive innovation and advances in operations research tools, techniques, and practices?
How can intelligence agencies use advanced analytic techniques to provide rigorous, reliable intelligence assessments from limited and potentially obfuscated data?
How can O.R. help law enforcement agencies prevent, predict, and respond to crime to increase public safety?
What aspects of O.R., advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, or machine learning are missing or underutilized within the military O.R. community? How can their incorporation better increase the rigorous and impactfulness of analysis provided to military decision-makers?
How can network systems – such as logistics, transportation, energy, communications, and even human networks – be better designed and protected to increase their robustness and resiliency to attack and degradation?
How can O.R. and analytics increase the effectiveness and efficiency of physical security and protection systems, including the allocation of agents, the use of sensors and detection systems, and the deployment of barriers?
Abstract Guidelines (Size/Length)
Abstract should be 600 characters maximum (approximately 60 words), title of abstract – 150 characters maximum.
- Letters, numbers, and *common math symbols accepted.
- All abstracts must be in English.
- Do not include title or author information in the body of your abstract.
- Abstracts will be published exactly as entered if accepted.
- Review your abstract and check for typographical and spelling errors, coherence and technical content.
*PLEASE NOTE: Use only “text pad” when entering math symbols.
Speakers may upload their presentation slides prior to the conference. This will enable interested attendees to preview the slides, or for those who were unable to attend the talk due to a scheduling conflict to view the slides afterwards. The slides will be stored on the OASIS web site and made available to INFORMS members for one year.
Submission is now open.
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Emerging Topics & Sponsored Presentations
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If you have not received an invitation to submit from a Cluster Chair you will not be able to log in through the system.
Last Day for Changes
Last day to make changes to existing abstracts is December 27, 2019.