3rd AIROYoung Workshop and PhD School
The 3rd AIROYoung Workshop, on the topic «Advanced Methods in Optimisation and Data Science» will take place in Rome during March 28-29, 2018 and feature contributed and invited sessions; these latest by Paolo Dell'Olmo and Laura Palagi. The workshop will be precedeed by the AIROYoung PhD School, during March 26-27, with lectures from Teodor Crainic and Endre Boros. Visit the website.
AIROYoung at ODS 2018
This year, too, we are present at ODS 2018, which will take place in Taormina, Sicily from September 10 to 13, and where we organise an AIROYoung session. Also notice that AIRO will offer a thesis prize to the best Master's thesis in Operational Research. Find more info on AIRO's website (in italian).
AIRO Thesis Prizes 2017
AIRO awards each year a Masters Thesis prize (1000€) for a thesis of exceptional scientific value and originality. The prize can be awarded to Italian citizens who graduated at an Italian University during the last academic year. Candidates must hand in a copy of their thesis, a statement declaring that the thesis has been succesfully defended, and a presentation letter from their supervisor. Besides the monetary prize, winners can participate to AIRO Annual Conference — where the prize is officially awarded — for free and become AIRO members for one year.
1st AIRO Young Workshop (2017)
The 1st AIROYoung Workshop, on the topic «Emerging optimisation problems in complex networks» took place in Rome during February 16-17, 2017. Visit the website.
Latest AIROYoung newsletter and Activity Report 2016-18
You can download the latest AIROYoung newsletter (August 2018), which also contains the activity report for years 2016 through 2018, as well as the chapter's balance sheet.
2nd AIRO Young Workshop (2018)
The 2nd AIROYoung Workshop, on the topic «Logistics Optimisation and Applied Operational Research» will take place in Cosenza during March 1-2, 2018. Visit the website.
AIRO Young Sessions at ODS 2017
AIROYoung Researchers Poster Sessions 2016
At the AIRO Annual Conference 2016, the Young Researchers Chapter organised a poster session for Master and PhD students, and young Postdocs. The posters are up for the whole duration of the conference and, at certain moments, the authors and the other attendees meet to comment on the works. The poster session is a great occasion to showcase your work, get comments, feedback and — why not? — start new collaborations.