We invite members of ALIO and the worldwide Operations Research community to take part of XX Latin-Iberian-American Conference on Operations Research (CLAIO2020), to be held in Madrid (Spain), August 31st-September 2nd 2020. The conference is organized by the Latin-American Association of Operations Research Societies (ALIO), the Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations Research (SEIO), Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC). The academic program will consist of parallel, technical and special sessions, plenary talks and tutorials covering several aspects of OR.
Antonio Alonso-Ayuso (URJC) and Javier Martín-Campo (UCM), Conference Chairs of CLAIO 2020
The Latin-Iberoamerican Conference on Operations Research takes place biannually since 1982 in different Latin American cities and is sponsored by the Association of Latin-Iberoamerican Operational Research Societies (ALIO). The first CLAIO took place in 1982, Rio de Janeiro. Their main goals are to further the exchange of experiences; to contribute, establish, and deepen ties between researchers and practitioners in the region and to help young undergraduate and graduate students in their professional development. The last editions took place in Lima (Perú), September 24th to 27th, 2018.
Special issue of Annals of Operations Research journal
The official languages of the conference are Spanish, Portuguese and English. Lectures can be given in one of these three languages.
A few months before, June 21-26, IFORS2020 conference (22nd Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies) will take place in Seoul, Korea. IFORS 2020 Seoul is jointly organized by the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS) and the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society (KORMS). IFORS conferences has been held triennially since its inaugural meeting in 1957. This will be the third time the Conference bring academia and practitioners from around the globe to Asia where Operational Research, Management Sciences, and Business Analytics have undergone a marked development over the past decades.