With 700+ participants and 50+ speakers from around the world, we are thrilled to say that this year's online event was a success! Better still, all sessions are now available to watch on YouTube.
We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone who helped to make OR62 Online a success despite the challenging circumstances leading up to the event.
Thank you to all our attendees around the world, to our speakers who were as insightful and inspiring as ever, and to the committee that organised OR62 Online.
We are excited to announce that next year we will back with a physical event! OR63 will take place at Warwick University in September 2021. Keep an eye out for updates over the coming months.
In the meantime, all sessions from this year's event are available to watch on YouTube. Do not hesitate to catch up on sessions you missed or re-watch those you found especially insightful.
Once again, this year our conference brought together some of the finest minds in operational research and analytics, and they did not disappoint. Thank you to all our speakers – for your time and insight, and for allowing us to create such a rich library of videos to be enjoyed by all our members.
Select ‘read more’ to find out more about this year’s programme and speakers, and to re-watch the sessions on YouTube.
Talk Title: Interpretable AI
Talk Title: Inclusive Systemic Evaluation: Deepening Understandings of Engagement and Community
Talk Title: Conflict, Coordination & Control: Do We Understand the Actual Rules Used to Balance Flooding, Energy, and Agricultural Tradeoffs in River Basins?
OR62 Online saw more than 700 operational research and analytics professionals around the world come together for a week of discussion and insight.
The 2020 programme included a multitude of speaker presentations from sector leaders, a roundtable from the OR Society’s Women in OR and Analytics Network, and even a virtual pub quiz.
Every year the President's Medal is awarded for the best practical application of OR submitted to the competition. This year's winner is Jordan Low from the Dept of Transport, who gave a presentation on 'Creating new population movement insight to shape the UK Government’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic
Miles Weaver's Grand Challenge asked delegates to structure, analyse and respond to the challenge of how to build back better in a post-COVID 19 world. The feasibility of each action will be considered as a potential Pro Bono project, research funding bids, consultancy projects and/or student projects.
View last years conference here