The Operational Research Society's annual conference
Join us in 2024* for the popular and highly-respected annual conference of The OR Society, OR66, which draws together in a diverse crowd of professionals in operational research, data science, educators, analysts, engineers, and academics.
OR66 will be held at the beautiful campus at Bangor University in North Wales. Nestled amidst the stunning natural landscapes of North Wales, Bangor University's campus is a picturesque haven for academia and innovation.
In 2023, The OR Society celebrated its 75th anniversary with an exceptional turnout and enthusiastic sponsor participation. The event hosted more than 400 delegates and welcomed 13 sponsors and exhibitors. The chapter commemorating the 75th anniversary of The OR Society will conclude during OR66.
The OR Society annual conference presents a unique chance to establish enduring connections with both individuals and organisations, offering you short-term, medium-term, and long-term benefits. It's also a chance to meet delegates who are breaking new ground in the realm of operational research, making it the ideal platform to stay at the forefront of research and innovation.
*Booking coming soon
Getting to Bangor
The best airport for both overseas and domestic flights is Manchester. This is the third busiest airport in the UK with a wide range of services. More information can be found at www.manairport.co.uk
There are up to 15 rail connections to Bangor each day from Manchester Airport (reduced service at weekends) and journey times vary from 2 hours 15 minutes to 3 hours. All journeys require one change, usually at Crewe, but some require two changes. There is an on-line timetable and booking facility at www.nationalrail.co.uk Bangor has excellent rail connections to all parts of the UK with direct trains from London taking as little as 3.5 hours. An on-line timetable and booking facility is available at www.nationalrail.co.uk
Visitors driving to Bangor are advised to approach North Wales via the M6 and M56 before joining the A55 expressway to Bangor. The M6 provides links to all parts of the UK via the motorway network. Follow the blue or red route to reach the Halls & Conference office.
High speed and conventional services sail from the Dublin area to the port of Holyhead, 25 miles from Bangor. Convenient ferries from Northern Europe (Holland, Germany and Scandinavia) arrive at ports in the Humber Estuary from where the M62 motorway leads to the M6
Accommodation is available on campus at the University of Bangor and is within a 10-minute walk of the conference location.
Please use the following promotion code when booking online:
- Promotion code OR66B – Bed and Breakfast - £50 per night
- Promotion code OR66S – Bed only (no Breakfast included) - £40 per night
Contact the conference office on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01248 388088 for further information
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