The Canadian Operational Research Society, which has been in existence since 1958, is a scientific and professional society that takes a leadership role in the advancement of both the theory and the practice of Operational Research (OR) in Canada and safeguards the existence of a vital Canadian OR community by promoting contact between people interested in the subject. CORS strives to meet its objectives with two publications - a Journal, INFOR and the Bulletin, a newsletter of Society and related activities, the CORS web site, an annual conference, by providing funds for student travel to CORS/SCRO and by supporting a diverse array of local section activities. CORS also represents the Canadian OR community in the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS).
CORS Members are individuals interested in operational research who work in the private or public sector in the areas of finance, transportation, military, health care, telecommunications, the government, consulting, and academia. The CORS membership also includes a significant student population working towards their undergraduate or post graduate degrees in various business, computer science, engineering, management and mathematics programs across the country.
If you wish to learn more or join the Society, please visit www.cors.ca.