Registration Deadline: July 1, 2022
The INFORMS Railway Applications Section, the largest group of railway focused data and decision sciences professionals and researchers, is pleased to announce the 2022 Problem Solving Competition.
This year the competition is for “Designing real-time traffic management for an urban rail transit system – London’s new Elizabeth line, UK”. Details can be found at https://connect.informs.org/railway-applications/new-item3/problem-solving-competition681.
Practitioners (including students) of operations research and advanced analytics who are interested in solving problems in the railroad domain are welcome to participate.
Participation in the RAS Problem Solving Competition requires registration by 1-July-2022. Every team must register by the due date to participate in the contest. To register, please send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
✓ For each team member: Name, Email, Organization, Position.
✓ Brief statement describing what motivated you to participate.
After submitting your registration email, you will receive an email confirming your team’s successful registration and eligibility, and you will be added to the competition’s channel in Slack.
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About INFORMS Railway Applications Section
The Railway Application Section is a forum to bring together practitioners, consultants, and academics interested in applying operations research and management science (OR and MS) techniques to the railway industry. We proudly acknowledge our sponsors:
Nicola Coviello, Trenolab, Marc Meketon, Oliver Wyman