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Conferences in 2015 - 2016 Academic Year

Spring 2016:


New York Computer Science and Economics Day (NYCE Day) 2016 (Jan 29th)
This is our 8th annual gathering where researchers (mostly) from the larger New York metropolitan area convene to discuss the interplay between computer science, economics, marketing, and business.
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2016 Collective Intelligence Conference (Jun 1-3, 2016)
The annual interdisciplinary conference that brings together researchers from the academy, businesses, non-profits, governments and the world at large to share insights and ideas from a variety of fields relevant to understanding and designing collective intelligence in its many forms. For more information, please follow this link.

INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Conference (June 16-17, 2016)
The event is the premier forum for both academics and practitioners who are active in research in the fields of pricing analytics and revenue management. For more information, please follow this link.
 

Fall 2015:


WIN - Workshop on Information in Networks (October 2nd-3rd, 2015)
WIN 2015 - WIN is a Social Networks Summit intended to foster collaboration and to build community.
 


Past Conferences

 

Symposium on Recent Advances in Multilevel Modeling (May 30th, 2014)

In association with The Sage Handbook of Multilevel Modeling, published in 2013, this one-day symposium brings together researchers from around the world who are doing this cutting-edge research on the theory and practice of multilevel modeling.



WIN - Workshop on Information in Networks (October 4th-5th, 2013)

WIN 2013 - WIN is a Social Networks Summit intended to foster collaboration and to build community.



IOMS 10th Anniversary Conference (October 29, 2010)

Celebration Highlights & Faculty AttendeesView the video.

Dean Peter Henry addressed luncheon guests.
IOMS distinguished faculty Eitan Zemel, Vice Dean for Global Initiatives, and IOMS Chairman Mike Pinedo discussed the growth of the IOMS department and its future.
Emeritus Professor Ernie Kurnow on the origins of the Statistics and Operations Management disciplines at Stern.
Sonny Tambe and Ilan Lobel on their research.