Kiev, Ukraine

Operational Research stream

when 3 August 2014 - 16 August 2014
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 350

This year, participants of the Operational Research (OR) stream will learn how different types of models (both hard and soft techniques) are used to improve decision-making in the face of uncertainty in real problems of business, government, and society. The OR program is interdisciplinary, teaching methods and techniques that are often applicable to a wide variety of scientific fields. Supply chain management, humanitarian and commercial logistics, financial markets modeling, and soft OR methods and approaches will be presented.

Course leader

Gerhard-Wilhelm Weber, Prof. at the Department of Financial Mathematics, Middle East Technical University, Turkey.

Target group

Students and young scientists under 35 years old

Course aim

Annual Operational Research (OR) stream of the Summer School AACIMP aims to provide overview on state-of-the-art OR. Hereinafter we refer to OR as field that studies advanced analytic techniques as a means to improve decision-making. Operational Research claims to be interdisciplinary, considering a vast variety of scientific areas where its methods and techniques are often applicable. Participants of the stream will learn how Operational Research specialists use different types of models (both hard and soft OR techniques) to improve decision making in the face of uncertainty in real problems of business, governments or society.

Fee info

EUR 350: Price depends on the participants country and date of registration.
Early fee
(registration before May 1):
Participants from KPI: 100,00 €
Participants from Ukraine: 180,00 €
Participants from other countries: 350,00 €
Professionals: 500,00 €

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EUR 420: Late fee
(registration before June 1):
Participants from KPI: 120,00 €
Participants from Ukraine: 210,00 €
Participants from other countries: 420,00 €
Professionals: 500,00 €

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Summer School is able to grant a limited number of scholarships for participation. These scholarships are not payable in cash and cover only certain part of registration fee. They cover neither transportation nor accommodation and meals expenses.