Register to attend MORS' Emerging Techniques Forum (ETF) scheduled for 7-9 December at the Hilton Mark Center in Alexandria Virginia.
Online PR News – 09-November-2021 – Alexandria, VA – Are you currently an OR Analyst in the field looking to increase your knowledge in leading-edge approaches, methods, and techniques? Register to attend MORS' Emerging Techniques Forum (ETF) scheduled for 7-9 December at the Hilton Mark Center in Alexandria Virginia. This year's ETF focuses on advancements in tools and techniques that enable decisive action in complex environments. Tracks explore how information aggregation, processing, and computation can improve predictions of future needs and risk assessments of complex investment and operational strategies. The Forum will offer both classified and unclassified technical presentations. Visit the Forum website to register.
• Brig Gen Andrew Dichter, USAF (Ret), President and CEO, Group W Inc.
• BG Martin Klein, Commanding General, 75th Innovation Command, U.S. Army Reserve
• Dr. Nina Kollars, Associate Professor Strategic and Operational Research Department, U.S. Naval War College
• Dr. Paul Lopata, Principal Director for Quantum Science, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
• LtGen Loretta Reynolds, USMC (Ret), Former Deputy Commandant for Information, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
• Dr. Huseyin Topaloglu, Professor, School of Operations Research and Information Engineering, Cornell Tech
• LTC(P) Natalie Vanatta, USA, Associate Professor / Academy Professor, Emerging Technologies Team Lead, Army Cyber Institute
Since 1966, the Military Operations Research Society (MORS) has served as the premier government sponsored professional society whose mission is to enhance the quality of analysis that informs national and homeland security decisions. MORS offers a wide variety of professional development opportunities each year including 3-4 focused Workshops, an annual Symposium, 8 certificates and a variety of courses taught by well-known members of the OR community. Additionally, MORS publishes a quarterly magazine and a peer reviewed Journal made up of academic articles. Along with 20 active Communities of Practice (CoPs), MORS continues to stay relevant in the rapidly changing environment of military operations research. Visit http://www.mors.org for more details.