The organizers are delighted to invite you to ECSO – CMS that will be held in Venice, Italy, 7-9 July 2021, at the Department of Economics - Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, in the San Giobbe Economics Campus.
The event was originally planned for July 2020 but due to the COVID-19 situation the conference is rescheduled to the next year.
ECSO 2021 is the 3rd edition of a stream of conferences organized by the EURO Working Group on Stochastic Optimization (EWGSO). The previous editions were held in Paris (2014) and Rome (2017). The scope of the conference is to bring together researchers and professionals in Stochastic Optimization and its applications in different fields spacing from economics and finance to supply chain, logistics, etc.
CMS 2021 is the 17th edition of an annual meeting associated with the Journal of Computational Management Science published by Springer. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for theoreticians and practitioners from academia and industry to exchange knowledge, ideas and results in a broad range of topics relevant to the theory and practice of computational methods in management science.
This joint event will provide a forum for fruitful discussions and interactions among researchers and professionals from industry and institutional sectors on decision making under uncertainty in a complex world. The conference will be within the scopes of both CMS and EWGSO and, in particular, it will focus on models, methods and computational tools in stochastic, robust and distributionally robust optimization and on computational aspects of management science with emphasis on risk management, valuation problems, measurement applications. Traditional fields of application, such as finance, energy, water management, logistics, supply chain management, and emerging ones, such as healthcare, climate risk and sustainable development, will be included.
ECSO-CMS 2021 is jointly organized by the http:////www.unive.it/dep.economics" target="_top">Department of Economics of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, the CMS Journal and the EURO Working Group on Stochastic Optimization.