Industry Conference

OR61 Annual Conference

Whether you work as a practitioner or an academic, OR61 is the place to come and learn about how Operational Research and analytics are transforming the workplace through delivering productivity improvements.

Date: 3rd – 5th September 2019

Venue: University of Kent – Sibson Building, Canterbury

Timetable : See the OR61 Annual Conference website for program details

EnginSoft will be presenting and holding a workshop at the 61st OR Conference.

Whether you work as a practitioner or an academic, OR61 is the place to come and learn about how Operational Research and analytics are transforming the workplace through delivering productivity improvements.

This must-attend conference also promotes debate and future thinking to focus the OR profession on how it needs to evolve to deliver benefits to business, the economy and wider society.

Don’t miss "Data Mining with modeFRONTIER: quick and effective techniques to deepen the understanding of your Data"
presentation on Tuesday 3rd September at 4:45pm and
the Workshop on Wednesday 4th September at 11am
from Novella Saccenti,
Application Engineer and Data Science expert from EnginSoft SpA.

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modeFRONTIER

The innovative integration platform for multi-objective and multi-disciplinary optimization

modeFRONTIER provides a seamless coupling with third party engineering tools, enables the automation of the design simulation process, and facilitates analytic decision making.

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