The International Symposium on Military Operational Research

   



     

Presentations, papers and posters from 31 ISMOR, including those from the Cornwallis XIX meeting, have now been uploaded and are available from the 2014 Proceedings page.  The group photograph is also now available.


Welcome to ISMOR

ISMOR, the world's foremost international conference on defence operational research, was founded in 1984 by the late Professor Ronnie Shephard, who at that time held the chair of operational research (OR) at the UK's Royal Military College of Science at Shrivenham. It has been held annually ever since.

ISMOR is officially endorsed and sponsored by the UK Ministry of Defence.  Strong support is also provided by the Defence Special Interest Group of the OR Society in the UK and by the Military Operations Research Society in the US.

Papers and presentations from the 2013 and earlier symposia are available online.

The ISMOR website also hosts other online resources likely to be of interest to the defence and security analysis community.

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If you have a question about ISMOR, then please e-mail us at enquiries@ismor.com.  To join our mailing list, please send your contact details to mailinglist@ismor.com.

 

31 ISMOR

The 31st International Symposium on Military Operational Research

was held from

29th July to 1st August 2014

at

Royal Holloway, University of London

Egham, Surrey, United Kingdom


The Ronnie Shephard Memorial Address was delivered at the Symposium Dinner by Mr Gene Visco, the distinguished US operations analyst.

Papers, presentations and posters from the symposium are now available for viewing or download.


The 2014 venue

Royal Holloway is a constituent college of the University of London, located next to Windsor Great Park, just 19 miles from central London and close to Heathrow Airport.


Famous for its historic Victorian Founder's Building and Picture Gallery, Royal Holloway now has first-class, modern conference facilities and accommodation, all set in extensive grounds.




Above: The Founder's Building

Right: The Picture Gallery, where the symposium dinner was held