EURO Mini-Conference

EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013

Update: 16/09/2013

Dear Conference Participants,

The Final Program of the EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013 has already been placed available in the Conference Homepage for viewing and downloading via the link: EURO Mini-Conference Program.

The papers’ presentations will last 20 minutes each, including discussions. We kindly ask the authors to adapt their number of slides to this time constraint, so that the conference schedule does not suffer any delay. Thanks!

coverThe Digital Version of the Mini-Conference Proceedings is also available.

Click on the picture of its cover page to open the pdf file.

We are looking forwards to welcoming you at the University of Graz!

Best regards,
The EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013 Organizing Committee.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: 15 / 08 / 2013

“Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications”

October 17th-19th, 2013 –  Graz, Austria

The purpose of this EURO Mini Conference is to bring together researchers in the areas of Decision Support Systems, Operations Research, Methodology of Societal Complexity, Environmental Management and their respective areas of applications. The interdisciplinary flavour of this event joins the interests of the EURO Working Groups on Decision Support Systems (EWG-DSS); Experimental Economics (EWG E-CUBE), the EURO Working Group on Methodology for Complex Societal Problems (MCSP) and the EURO Working Group on OR in Agriculture and Forest Management (ORAFM).

EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013 – Call for Participation – (pdf file)

EURO Mini-Conference 2013 Graz – Brochure – (pdf file)

Decision Systems in the areas of Economics, Societal and Environmental Applications are very much encouraged to be submitted to this EURO Mini-Conference.

Particular focus will be given to recent developments in the related research fields of the EURO Working Groups involved, their methodologies, concepts and implementation details.

Members of the Working Groups are expected to participate and to encourage the participation of other related professionals, so that further collaboration can be promoted on a larger scale.

Proposals for panels or demo presentations in special sessions are very welcome.

As usual, Special Issues of International Editorials will be published with selected papers presented during the EURO Mini-Conference Graz-2013 on “Collaborative Decision Systems in Economics and in Complex Societal and Environmental Applications”.

This EURO Mini Conference promises to offer a pleasant working environment for all participants, within the beautiful fall time of Graz.

Participation is open to all researchers within the related areas!

The  members of the Coordination Boards of the joint-organising EURO Working Groups of DSS, E-CUBE, MCSP and ORAFM are very grateful to the support received by the  Karl-Franzens University of Graz,  specially to Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ulrike Leopold-Wildburger, from the Institute of Statistics and Operations Research, for the opportunity of organising this Conference in Graz, Austria.

Details about the Participation, Program and Registration for this Conference will be soon available in this web-site ( follow the links: About, Call for Papers, Program & PC, Registration).

We thank you in advance for your participation interest.
We hope to see you in Graz!

The Mini-Conference Organizers


About ewgdss

The EWG-DSS is a Working Group on Decision Support Systems within EURO, the Association of the European Operational Research Societies. The main purpose of the EWG-DSS is to establish a platform for encouraging state-of-the-art high quality research and collaboration work within the DSS community. Other aims of the EWG-DSS are to: - Encourage the exchange of information among practitioners, end-users, and researchers in the area of Decision Systems. - Enforce the networking among the DSS communities available and facilitate activities that are essential for the start-up of international cooperation research and projects. - Facilitate professional academic and industrial opportunities for its members. - Favour the development of innovative models, methods and tools in the field Decision Support and related areas. - Actively promote the interest on Decision Systems in the scientific community by organizing dedicated workshops, seminars, mini-conferences and conference streams in major conferences, as well as editing special and contributed issues in relevant scientific journals.
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