XV CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (CMS 2018)

       

The organizers of CMS2018 have the great pleasure of inviting you to Trondheim, Norway, 29-31 May 2018, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Faculty of Economics. Location.

SCHEDULE: There will be a reception Monday 19:30 (NTNU Business School). The program is on the top menu.

The CMS conference is an annual meeting associated with the journal Computational Management Science published by Springer.

The conference focuses on computational management science with emphasis on valuation problems, risk management and measurement applications, including optimal risk control problems, typically employing stochastic optimization, robust and distributionally robust optimization methods as in the tradition of CMS conferences. Increasingly over the years the conference attracted scholars from different scientific communities and Euro working groups, ranging from the optimization to the statistical, econometrical and applied maths communities and touching several application domains, including energy, finance, supply chain management and logistic problems.

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT: https://ntnu.eventsair.com/cms2018/presentationportal

Important dates 2018
Abstract submission by 20 February  
Acceptance by 16 March
Deadline for nominations Student Best Paper Prize 30 March
Early registration deadline 15 April

Best student paper award:

A Best Student Paper Prize will be awarded at the CMS conference. Papers should be nominated via e-mail by the students’ supervisors (cms2018@ntnu.no and afzal.siddiqui@ucl.ac.uk). The deadline for submissions to the student paper prize has been extended to 30 March. We now plan for two awards, a first place award of 350 EUR and a second place award of 150 EUR. The program will include a devoted session for presenting the four best papers to compete for the prize, such that the jury could make the final choice. The paper does not have to be published. The papers should be principally authored by the student, but co-authors are permitted as long as their contributions are clarified. Only registered participants’ papers will be considered for the prize.

Jury for the student best paper award:

Miloš Kopa (Chair of the EWGSO), Francesca Maggioni (UniBG), Daniel Kuhn (EPFL), Afzal Siddiqui (UCL).

 

All authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit full papers for a special issue of the journal Computational Management Science (Springer). Preparation of full papers is optional. These will go through peer-review.  Deadline for full paper submission is  21 September, 2018.

Plenary speakers:

Andy Philpott University of Auckland
Stein W. Wallace Norwegian School of Economics
Jörgen Blomvall Linköpings University

 

Semiplenary speakers:

Ruth Misener Imperial College
Nils Löhndorf University of Luxembourg
Selvaprabu Nadarajah University of Illinois at Chicago
Jens Arne Steinsbø Lyse

 

Scientific committee:

Abel Lisser  University of Paris Sud 
Afzal Siddiqui University College London
Alexei A. Gaivoronski  Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Alois Pichler University of Technology, Chemnitz
Asgeir Tomasgard  Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Berc Rustem Imperial College London
David Wozabal Technical University of Muenchen
Francesca Maggioni University of Bergamo
Frits Møller Andersen  Denmark Technical University
Georg Pflug University of Vienna
Giorgio Consigli  University of Bergamo
Laureano Escudero  King Juan Carlos University
Michael Kaut  SINTEF
Michel DE LARA  École des Ponts ParisTech and Université Paris-Est
Milos Kopa  Charles University of Prague
Paolo Falbo University of Brescia
Pierre Pinson Technical University of Denmark
Rafał Weron Wroclaw University of Technology
Ruediger Schultz University Duisburg-Essen
Ruud Egging  Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Sjur Westgaard  Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Trine Krogh Boomsma  University of Copenhagen
Verena Hagspiel  Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Wolfram Wiesemann Imperial College London

 

This edition of the conference is co-organised by the Faculty of Economics of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the CMS Journal, and the EURO Working Groups on Stochastic Optimization.