TutORials

TutORials

All attendees receive free access to the INFORMS 2015 TutORials in Operations Research online content concurrently with the meeting. Registrants of the 2015 INFORMS Annual Meeting have online access to the 2015 chapters, written by select presenters, beginning on November 1, 2015. Access this content using the link provided to all attendees by email or, if you are a 2015 member, simply login to INFORMS PubsOnLine.

The TutORials in Operations Research series is published annually by INFORMS as an introduction to emerging and classical subfields of operations research and management science. These chapters are designed to be accessible for all constituents of the INFORMS community, including current students, practitioners, faculty, and researchers. The publication allows readers to keep pace with new developments in the field, and serves as augmenting material for a selection of the tutorial presentations offered at the INFORMS national meetings.

  1. Georgia Perakis, MIT
    Pricing inspired by data and practice
  2. Laura McLay, Wisconsin-Madison
    Emergency/disaster preparedness and response
  3. Ton Dieker, Columbia University
    Approximations of Queueing Performance for Rapid Systems Design
  4. Erick Delage, HEC Montreal and Dan Iancu, Stanford
    Robust optimization, risk ambiguity
  5. Asu Ozdaglar, MIT   
    Game theory and networks
  6. Dave Goldsman, Georgia Tech
    Simulation optimization
  7. James Benneyan, Northeastern
    Healthcare systems engineering
  8. Josh Taylor, U. Toronto
    Demand response in power systems
  9. Art Chaovalitwongse, U.Washington    
    Data-mining/informatics
  10. Guzin Bayraksan, Ohio State   
    Stochastic optimization
  11. David Simchi-Levi, MIT   
    Big data analytics in retail, airline, insurance, and risk
  12. Andrew Schaefer, U. Pittsburgh   
    MDP
  13. ​​Meinolf Sellmann, IBM
    Automatic algorithm configuration
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