Danish Operations Research Society was founded August 21st 1962, and today consists of approximately personal members as well as company and institutional members.
The aim of DORS is to promote the operation of analytical research and application of operations research methods in Denmark and to facilitate contacts with similar associations and organizations in as far as possible to connect with other countries’ operations research scientists, organizations and associations, and by providing for the participation of members in meetings, congresses, seminars, etc. on operations research questions.
DORS is constantly working to be relevant to our members and tie all the different types together. Read more about what we offer different types of members:
DORS offers personal members to:
- Receive OR-relevant job postings.
- Access to networking events and company visits.
- Get the member magazine, ORbit, sent to your address.
Students: DORS offers free membership to students. DORS is a great way for students to get a glimpse of what it’s like to work with OR professionally and access for businesses that hire newly graduated people.
DORS offers business memberships for companies who want to promote OR in their own business and in Denmark. Get:
- Access to post job openings for all members consisting of everything from students interested in operations research to specialists with many years experience in OR.
- Possibility to make presentations to our student events and conferences.
- The members’ magazine ORbit and gain insight into how other companies use operations research.
- The honor of supporting our work to make students interested in the OR.
DORS is the Danish link to the international OR environment through our membership of EURO.
- Access to post job openings for all members consisting of everything from students interested in operations research to specialists with many years of experience in OR.
- Connect with companies for new projects and research collaborations.
- News from EURO around projects and conferences.