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18th EurOMA Conference 3-6 July 2011
Cambridge UK

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King's College Chapel the Pickerel Inn, Bridge Street Divinity Faculty Robinson College Cambridge Market Bicycles Punts on the Mill pond Petty Cury Queens' College 'mathematical bridge' IfM building Trinity meadow St John's Street Judge Business School

Call for papers

The theme of the 2011 EurOMA conference is “Exploring Interfaces”, reflecting the changing nature of the Operations Management field -- which has seen a shift away from the traditional manufacturing-centric view of operations, towards a more balanced view that considers both academic and practice perspectives, captures both manufacturing and service aspects, reflects private and public sector contexts, etc Papers on all topics related to the research, practice, and teaching of Operations Management are invited; however, preference will be given to those that show the best fit with the conference theme and tracks:

Tracks

  • Managing the Operations-Marketing interface (including demand and capacity management)
  • Managing the Operations-Strategy interface (including resource-based perspectives on firm decisions)
  • Managing the Operations-Finance interface (including wider performance aspectsof operations)
  • Human Resource Management aspects in Operations  (including all socio-technical aspects of operations)
  • The manufacturing-service interface (including service operations aspects in general)
  • Operations in the public sector (including government and healthcare service operations)
  • Operations and the environment (including sustainability and climate change-related aspects)
  • Managing inter-firm relationships
  • Global supply chain networks
  • Supply chain design (including flexibility and resilience aspects)
  • Inventory management, planning and scheduling
  • Teaching Operations Management

Special tracks

Please find more information on call for papers here. (PDF file to download)

Submissions

Contributors are invited to submit an extended abstract (1000 words) for consideration for inclusion in the program by January 17, 2011.

If you have any queries please contact Jo Griffiths or Ella Davey at ifm-events@eng.cam.ac.uk or by telephone +44 1223 766141

Abstracts will undergo a double blind review. Accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings.

Papers will be accepted on the understanding that the manuscript is an original work and has not been copyrighted, published, or accepted for presentation at any other conference, and should conform to the specified format and length requirements. At least one author of each accepted paper must register, attend the conference, and present the paper.

Authors can also explicitly ask for a full paper review at this stage. Only authors being members of EurOMA at the date of delivery of the paper can ask for this service. In this case, the full paper should be sent in a Word-attachment to ifm-events@eng.cam.ac.uk no later than 17 January 2011. The format and length of the paper should be in accordance with the instructions for full paper submissions.

Key dates

  • Submission of extended abstract: 17 January 2011

If you have any queries please contact Jo Griffiths or Ella Davey at ifm-events@eng.cam.ac.uk or by telephone +44 1223 766141

  • Notification of acceptance: 17 February 2011
  • Submission of full paper: 16 May 2011
  • Early registration deadline: 16 May 2011

This page is from the EurOMA conference 2011 website hosted by the University of Cambridge's Institute for Manufacturing and Judge Business School

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