The Dutch Day on Optimization is the yearly in-person event related to the Dutch Seminar on Optimization (see website). The main purpose of the event is to bring together the Dutch Optimization community across the areas of operations research, computer science and discrete mathematics. The event will highlight the research of both national and international speakers. The lectures will take place in the Euler Room in the Amsterdam Science Park Congress Center.
Registration is free: google form. Only register if you plan to attend the event in person. The registration deadline is Friday October 7th, but please register as early as possible to help us with planning and catering. In case we go over the capacity of the Turing room, we have reserved L016 at CWI as an overflow room, which we will livestream the event to (the room has a good audio / video setup, which includes a ceiling microphone). The conference will also be livestreamed over zoom and online participants will be able to ask questions by voice or via the chat. We will post the zoom link on the website a few days before the event.
For more information, please visit the event website: https://homepages.cwi.nl/~dadush/workshop/dutch-opt-day/2022.
Organizers: Daniel Dadush (CWI), Jesper Nederlof (Utrecht)