Founded in 1958, the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS) is an association of those interested in
the application of operational research (OR). Its primary goals are the dissemination of information
about OR and the encouragement of exchanges between OR professionals.
OR is a branch of applied mathematics that uses mathematical modelling, optimization, and other techniques to solve complex real-world problems arising, for example, in transportation planning and telecommunications.
CORS awards a diploma to students who have successfully completed a program with a significant operational research component. To apply, you must be a student (or full) member of CORS, and you must have achieved an acceptable average over at least seven OR courses. The first step is to contact the Diploma Coordinator for your university with your transcript.
2015: A Network Optimization Model for the TDL Group Corp. (Richard J. Caron)2014: Optimizing Data Placement for Distributed Computation (Lukasz Golab)2014: Robust Planning for Transportation and Routing (Mikael Rönnqvist)2013: Numerical Solution of Saddle-Point Linear Systems (Chen Greif)2012: Optimization of the Accumulating Priority Queue with an Application to Emergency Department Service Targets (Richard J. Caron)2012: Multiobjective and Robust Optimization in Finance and Risk Management (Oleksandr Romanko)2012: Coordination Mechanisms in Distributed Systems - Cases from Value Chain Management (Sophie D'Amours)2012: Recent Advances in Mixed-Integer Linear Programming (John Chinneck)2011: Orbitwise Polyhedral Representation Conversion (David Bremner)2010: Applications of Stochastic Programming to Finance, Telecommunication and Energy (Marida Bertocchi & Maria Teresa Vespucci)2010: (Semi) Definitely Going Global (Miguel F. Anjos)
President: Louis-Martin Rousseau
Vice-President: Miguel Anjos
Treasurer: Fabian Bastin