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The other day someone asked about recommended blogs to follow.

The older generation tends to prefer blog posts, but the newer generations tend to watch videos instead. And we want to help the newer generations find their way to Operations Research, no?

So which Youtube channels and other video channels would you recommend for following OR?

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Some of the playlists I enjoyed:

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Here are some YouTube channels having research level talks, all of which were livestreamed with live Q&A prior to being archived. These are all ongoing series with new talks (videos) added regularly.

Discrete Optimization Talks

One World Optimization Seminar

Communications in NLA (Numerical Linear Algebra), which has many talks pertinent to optimization, as well as some in optimization per se.

Given the research level of these talks, they are more generally better suited for people who have already found their way to Operations Research, or at least a closely neighboring field, than for neophytes.

Euro Working Group on OR Practice

Edit: Additional seminar series:

Machine Learning NeEDS (Network of European Data Scientists) Mathematical Optimization This series includes a number of presentations from leading academics in the field of Data Science and Analytics that will cover important topics such as explainability, fairness, fraud, privacy, etc. Mathematical Modeling and Mathematical Optimization will be at the core of their presentations. We also have the YOUNG Online Seminar Series “Machine Learning NeEDS Mathematical Optimization”.

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The Gurobi YouTube channel has great collection of videos covering industry webinars, technical tutorials and primers on LP & MIP.

The Mixed Integer Programming channel hosts all recorded lectures of the CO@Work 2020 summer school as well as the invited talks from EURO working group on Practice of OR 2020 meeting.

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There's the Octeract YouTube channel where we host a web series called Optimisation for Noobz.

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Let me start by adding these as a community wiki (the first one is our channel):

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This YouTube channel posts interviews with researchers in OR.

Also, this YouTube channel by Sebustien Bubeck covers optimization and ML topics.

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Here are few more YouTube channels related to OR

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