August 16, 2014 (Saturday) 12:00pm – 5:15pmVenue: Ugnayang La Salle, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Dasmariñas, Cavite
In the effort to help save the environment and to sustain economic growth, the ORSP explores the possibility of incorporating environmental issues when analyzing supply chains and problems in business and also to inform the community of students, school administrators, business executives, and environmental scientists of the value of using OR models and quantitative techniques / scientific approaches in decision making.Registration Details
Fees in Pesos
Early Bird Rate
(Registered before August 1)
1. Checks should be made payable to the Operations Research Society of the Philippines Inc. (please do not abbreviate) and deposited at any Banco De Oro branch to Account No. 1510028666, BDO - Libis. Please fax your deposit slip and registration form to (02) 439 - 9496. Your payment will be acknowledged by fax. Official Receipt will be available for pick up at the Registration desk during the forum.
2. You may apply for / renew your membership to avail of the member's rate.
3. Fees are inclusive of snacks and forum materials. Certificates of attendance shall be given upon request.
For details, contact: Jenny Alzate Telefax : (02) 439 9496 Mobile #: 0927-8775219
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IMPORTANT NOTICE
If you have deposited your registration fee to the ORSP account, please don't forget to email the ORSP office of the deposit made with the date of deposit and your name. Preferably, attach a scanned copy of your deposit slip.
If you do not comply with this, you will not receive your materials, food stubs and certificate.
On Site Registrants may be accepted but will not receive food stubs. Materials and certificates will be available at a later time.
Pre-registration will only be accepted until Friday, August 15, 2014 (12nn).
DLSU-D offers a Free Museo Tour for the first 100 non-DLSU-D participants who will arrive at DLSU-D before 10am. After the first 100, tour participants will be charged 20 pesos per head. Tour starts at 10 am.