Dates: May 31 – June 1, 2021
Conference theme: A New World of Decision Sciences
New concepts, perspectives, and tools such as sustainability and digitalization are successively penetrating and populating the area of Decision Sciences, and renewing the world of Decision Sciences. At the same time, Decision Sciences can contribute to a new, and hopefully better world.
The conference will be held online.
January 25, 2021 February 15, 2021 (extended!)
Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2021
Full paper submission (optional): April 26, 2021
Early bird registration: April 26, 2020
Presentation at the conference will be based on acceptance of an abstract, which should include the title, author(s) and affiliation(s), and briefly describe (200-300 words) the aims, methods / approach, results / findings, and implications. Following abstract acceptance, delegates will have the option to submit a full paper, addressing the review comments. The conference proceedings will include both full papers and accepted abstracts. There has to be one unique conference participant per paper or abstract, i.e. one person can present at most one paper or abstract.
The abstracts submitted to the EDSI 2020 conference (which was cancelled due to Covid-19) have been retained in the system. If you want to keep it for this conference, please contact us before the abstract submission deadline and we will transfer it to the 2021 conference. You may also submit new abstracts as well as expand the abstract to full paper.
Please submit abstract to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Decision Making in a Pandemic
Decision Making in Public Organizations
Decision Support Systems
Digitalization in Operations and Supply Chains
Digital Business Transformations
Global Operations, Plant Location and Rightshoring
Information Systems in Operations and Supply Chains
Innovative Teaching Methods
Interfaces between Functional Areas
Logistics and Transportation
Operations Planning and Control
Performance Measurement and Management
Purchasing, Procurement and Rightsourcing
Supply Chain Management
Sustainability Technology Management
Early Bird registration until April 26, 2020
DSI members, 500 SEK (50 €)
Non-DSI members, 600 SEK (60 €)
DSI PhD student members, 300 SEK (30 €)
Non-DSI PhD student members, 400 SEK (40 €)
Standard registration after April 26, 2020
DSI members, 600 SEK (60 €)
Non-DSI members, 700 SEK (70 €)
DSI PhD student members, 400 SEK (40 €)
Non-DSI PhD student members, 500 (50 €)
For any questions, please contact Professor Jan Olhager, Lund University: email@example.com
THE CALL FOR PAPER CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE.