It is with our deepest regret and great sorrow to report that Dr. Johannes Fichtinger, Assistant Professor at the Institute for Production Management of the Vienna University of Economics and Business passed away on September 1, 2017 after two years of fight against a serious illness.
As one of his last tasks he has completed, Johannes with his team organized a succesful ISIR Summer School in Vienna from August 21-25, for which our community is really grateful.
Our deepest sympathy goes out to his family, his wife Dr. Emel Arikan-Fichtinger, and his 5-year-old son, Serkan.
The Summer School was hosted by WU Vienna University of Economics and Business from August 21st to August 25th. The central focus of that week was “Competitive Advantage through Resource Efficiency”. In a group of 15 senior researchers and 18 Ph.D. students there were keynotes and presentations on various aspects of inventory research from a conceptual, empirical, and modelling perspective.
Call for special session ideas for the 2018 ISIR Symposium
The 20th International Symposium on Inventories, will be organized in Budapest, Hungary between August 20 and 24, in 2018.
The professional objective of organizing this event is to provide a forum for an international exchange of ideas on various aspects of inventories.
The main streams of the symposium are organized around the four sections of ISIR: – Economics of Inventories – Inventory Management – Mathematical Models of Inventories – Forecasting Inventories
Besides the regular paper presentations we plan to have a few special sessions, roundtables and free discussions.
Those, who wish to propose or organize a special session, are kindly requested to fill in this form before November 30, 2017.
Papers on macro- and microeconomics, econometrics, economic policy, business, management and operational research aspects of inventory problems and related fields (production, logistics, etc.) are invited.
The purpose of this seminar is to provide an opportunity for research scientists and practitioners to meet, present and develop their ideas on subjects within the field of Production Economics. Papers submitted will be distributed to all participants in advance. A discussant will be appointed for each paper. The intention is, that models and methods presented, and the discussion of them, will result in concrete ideas for future research and developments in this area. Participants of the Seminar are expected to act as discussants within their field of expertise
This special issue aims to publish innovative approaches for the integration of learning and forgetting curves into mathematical models, simulation approaches or decision support models with a special focus on logistics and production and operations management. The submission deadline is December 31, 2017.
The theme of the Special Issue is “Information and Operational Decision Sciences: The Interplay of Information Technology and Operational Decision Sciences”.
Initial paper submission deadline: January 1, 2018.
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