A professional membership body
for the OR and analytics community, dedicated to the
advancement of knowledge, interest and education
in operational research.
The OR Society is following advice from the government, Public Health England and the World Health Organisation?about COVID-19?and all face to face events and training courses until the end of the year have been postponed.?Please check our events page and training page for the latest details on rescheduled dates or contact us at?[email protected]iety.com?for specific enquiries.?
Our diverse?global?community of operational researchers and analysts is the gateway to a thriving career. As a member, you will?access the tools you need to thrive in your profession at every stage of your career. You will enjoy distinct networking opportunities, an ever-developing library of insight?and resource, and a rich programme of?events and training.??
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We are a charity set up to advance knowledge, interest and education in OR. Our goal is to see operational research used and acknowledged widely in all areas of industry, business, government, the community and the third sector.?
Inside OR is the membership magazine for the OR Society. The magazine is 32 pages and contains news and information relevant to all the Society members, both active and retired.
A new initiative has been launched by EPSRC to provide mathematical scientists and researchers with small amounts of funding to support the discovery of ground-breaking and transformative new ideas.
Fifty-three leading engineers from the UK and around the world have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of their outstanding and continuing contributions to the profession. Included in the 53 Fellows is OR Society President Professor Edmund Burke.