§ Plenary Sessions (Invited Speakers, "Best Paper Award" Special Session, General Assembly) organized in remote mode by the DIGIES of the University of Reggio Calabria on September 13th-14th, 2021
§ "Distributed" Parallels Sessions organized in remote mode by the willing members on September 13th-18th, 2021
As in the AMASES established tradition, the purpose of the meeting is to stimulate discussion among scholars and practitioners, from Italy and all around the world, on different aspects of Mathematics applied to Economic and Social Sciences. Attending the event is free (for more info, please visit https://www.amases.org/annual-conference-2021-home/).
In our session on "Mathematical methods for sustainability challenges", we welcome papers presenting new theoretical developments, mathematical models and innovative empirical applications to tackle sustainability challenges. Topics include, but are not limited to, mathematical methods tackling the assessment of the three pillars of Sustainable Development: People (social sustainability), Planet (environmental sustainability) and Prosperity (economic sustainability). Theoretical and methodological challenges in understanding the determinants of sustainable development in key sectors (e.g., education, health, justice, water and sanitation, waste, energy, or others) will be welcome too.
Your are invited to submit an extended abstract of at most 2.000 characters (spaces included) in PDF format August 31st, 2021.
Required information includes:
• Affiliation (for each author)
• Institution address (for each author)
• E-mail address (for each author)
• One to five keywords
• Up to 5 references
The extended abstract should be written in English and arranged according to the instructions provided at the abstract submission website: https://www.amases.org/annual-conference-2021-abstract/.
The abstract submission Web page for AMASES 2021 is:
Submissions intended for this organized stream should select the topic "Mathematical methods for
sustainability challenges". The extended abstract should be named as follows:
MathSus_[surname of the presenting author].pdf
Once you submitted the abstract via EasyChair, we would kindly ask you to send it to us as
well, so that we have the confirmation of your submission.
A special issue in "Sustainability Analytics and Modeling" edited by IFORS - Elsevier will be dedicated on "Frontier Methods for Sustainability Challenges" at the occasion of IFORS 2021
If you know others who might be interested in this topic, we would appreciate if you could share this invitation with them.
Thanks again for your interest and we wish you a great time at AMASES 2021!
Rossana Riccardi and Giovanna D'Inverno
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences
phone 1 443-757-3500
phone 2 800-4INFORMS (800-446-3676)