Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
1953-12-01 New York NY USA
1 Dec 1953, New York NY (USA), as The Institute of Management Sciences (TIMS) -- Institut des sciences de gestion, by 69 charter members. Incorporated under the laws of the State of California (USA) as a not-for-profit corporation, 2 Sep 1954. Present name adopted 1 Jan 1995, on merger with the Operations Research Society of America.
Improve operational processes, decision-making and management through application of methods from science and mathematics.
Events2023-10-15 | Phoenix, AZ USA – Annual Meeting
2023-04-16 | Aurora, CO USA – Annual Conference on Business Analytics and Operations Research
2022-10-16 | Indianapolis, IN USA – Annual Meeting
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