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Abstract submission

Authors must first register with EURO at:

In the Abstract Submission page, please provide the invitation submission code given to you by a special session organizer, or use the general code for the forecasting stream (to be placed in a suitable session): 0059829c

  • Forecasting for Inventory Management [code: 1bae8194]

  • Forecasting for Logistics and Supply Chain Management [code: 9fc5c4f7]

  • Forecasting for Workforce Management [code: 1690a503]

  • Forecasting Electricity Load and Prices [code: 8d847d6f]

  • Forecasting Support Systems [code: 9e6a473a]

  • Financial Forecasting for Risk Analysis [code: ad4337ee]

  • Judgmental Forecasting [code: 0b9ed304]

  • Econometric Forecasting [code: 079b2e19]

  • Forecasting with Neural Networks & Computational Intelligence [code: edf49cef]

  • Intermittent Demand Forecasting [code: 474830f8]

For all other topics, of if you are unsure where your abstract is best placed, please submit it to the general session of the forecasting stream. We will then allocate it as best possible in a coherent topical session:

  • Forecasting - General Session [code: 0059829c]


Abstract instructions

Abstracts must be written in English and contain no more than 600 characters (no formulas or mathematical notations are allowed). Abstracts will be reviewed for relevance, originality, significance, technical quality and clarity to be accepted. Each attendee is allowed to present no more than one paper at the Conference.

Please address general enquiries to one of the stream organisers [organisers].


Deadline for abstract submission:  29 February, 2012

Notification of acceptance:  31 March, 2012

Deadline for author registration (for inclusion in the programme): 1 May, 2012

Conference dates:  8-11 July, 2012




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