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At institute of operations research and analytics,We leverage and mobilize NUS’ existing strengths in various diverse discipline to create integrated capabilities in modelling and computation.
The goal of our research program is to conduct cutting-edge basic and applied research on the optimization,analysis and management of the service systems include model formulation, algorithm design, analysis of the service strategies and software development.
To develop and advance the fundamental knowledge in the field of OR and Analytics and use these tools to improve our understanding and management of the three classes of important service systems which includes all important pillars every aspect of the singapore economy.
Our new multi-disciplinary academic program that focuses on the development of new foundations and methods to address these complex societal and business problems, using Operations Research and Analytical tools.
Established in November 2016, IORA conducts cutting-edge basic and applied research on the optimisation, analysis and management of service systems, including model formulation, algorithm design, analysis of service strategies, and software development.
IORA Bi-Weekly Seminar 2019
IORA is organising a seminar series from Feb 2019 – May 2019. We encourage all IORA faculty members, researchers and students to join us for the seminars.This seminar series also provides opportunities to foster interaction and collaborations between faculty members, researchers and students.
NUS Institute of Operations Research & Analytics and Kulicke & Soffa Industries Commence Research Collaboration. The research collaboration was kicked off with a signing ceremony held on January 11, 2019, at NUS’s i4.0 building. The i4.0 building houses all the research entities, including IORA, under the Smart Nation Research Cluster.
The National University of Singapore (NUS) has launched the innovation4.0 (i4.0) building, the University’s latest contribution to Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative. The launch ceremony, which was held earlier today, was officiated by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Finance and Chairman of the National Research Foundation.
RunNUS is an annual running event organised by NUS Students' Sports Club to promote healthy lifestyles among NUS population and the public. Since its inception in 2007, RunNUS has become one of the biggest and most anticipated event for NUS students, staff and alumni