Becoming a Member of ASOR
ASOR in a National Organisation with a local branch structure. Membership of ASOR nationally is gained via local branch membership, but we have a single national membership application. Membership fees are $45 for full members, $25 for retired members, and there is no fee for students.
After applying for membership, a local ASOR committee will consider your application at a monthly committee meeting, and then usually will accept your application and invoice you for the current year's subscription fee. As of November 2018, this is calendar year 2019.
Who are ASOR Members?
ASOR members are academics, professional researchers, engineers, analysts, students, logisticians, financial modellers, consultants, technologists, data scientists, and essentially anyone else who has an interest in combinatorial optimisation, global optimisation, simulation, system dynamics, industrial engineering, economic modelling, management science, computer science and other analytics disciplines which are oriented towards better decision making.
Can I participate in ASOR social media and events if I'm not a member?
Yes, you can. Almost all ASOR events are open to members and non-members, and our email list and LinkedIn group are open to all.