The International Symposium on Military Operational Research

   



     

   

Registration for 35 ISMOR is now formally closed, but, if you are still interested in attending the Symposium, please contact us at enquiries@ismor.com to check whether any last-minute places are still available.

 

Issue 1 of the 35 ISMOR Outline Programme is now available.

 

If you are presenting a paper or exhibiting a poster, please read the 35 ISMOR Guidelines for Authors

 

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.

Each year, at the Symposium Dinner, a distinguished guest speaker delivers the Ronnie Shephard Memorial Address.

Papers and presentations from 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.


Contact us

If you would like to know more about ISMOR or have specific question about 35 ISMOR, other than booking or payment enquiries, then please e-mail us at enquiries@ismor.com.

For administrative queries about an existing booking for 35 ISMOR, please contact the Royal Holloway Conference Office at cms@rhul.ac.uk.

 

35 ISMOR

The 35th International Symposium on Military Operational Research

will be held from

17th to 20th July 2018

at

Royal Holloway, University of London

Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX
United Kingdom

For full details please see the
announcement and call for papers
(updated 15th June).

Papers and posters will cover a wide variety of topics concerned with the application of analysis to defence and security issues.  Particular themes for 2018 are:

  • Making every penny count – covering issues of affordability and value-for-money.
  • Modelling for military operations – what models are needed and how do we develop them?
  • Data Analytics – covering areas such as data science, ‘Big Data’ and advanced analytics.
  • Wargaming – how can we use wargaming to support decision making?

 
     

Data protection  The ISMOR Foundation Ltd will retain contact details of attendees and those expressing an interest in ISMOR in order to allow us to inform them of future ISMORs.  A copy of the company's Data Protection Policy can be downloaded here.

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