Tuesday, March 26, 2013

[DMANET] 2013 Mixed Integer Programming Workshop, Final Call for Poster Submissions

(Apologies for cross-postings.)

Date: July 22-25, 2013
Location: University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Madison, WI, USA
Web site and registration: https://events.discovery.wisc.edu/mip2013/
Poster submission deadline: April 15, 2013 (Extended from April 1.)

You are cordially invited to participate in the upcoming workshop in
Mixed Integer Programming (MIP 2013). The 2013 Mixed Integer
Programming workshop will be the tenth in a series of annual workshops
held in North America designed to bring the integer programming
community together to discuss very recent developments in the field.
The workshop series consists of a single track of invited talks and a
poster session.

The poster session will be held the first evening of the workshop
(July 22). All workshop participants are invited to submit a poster
abstract. There will be an award for the best poster presented by a
student or postdoctoral researcher. To submit an abstract, please
email a two page PDF containing a detailed abstract of the poster to
mip2013@discovery.wisc.edu by April 15, 2013. Space for posters may be
limited, and the abstract will be used to decide which posters are
accepted, so it is important that the abstract provide a good
description of the research to be presented. We expect to send out
notifications by around May 1, 2013.

The workshop is designed to provide ample time for discussion and
interaction between the participants, as one of its aims is to
facilitate research collaboration. Thanks to the generous support by
our sponsors, registration is free, and travel support is available
for students and postdocs who present posters at the workshop.
Students and postdocs who wish to apply for travel support must submit
a poster abstract by the April 15 deadline, and indicate they wish to
be considered for funding. We expect to make funding decisions by
around May 1, 2013.

This year's confirmed speakers are:

Tobias Achterberg, IBM CPLEX Optimization
Pietro Belotti, Clemson University
Greg Blekherman, Georgia Institute of Technology
Sergei Chubanov, University of Siegen
Daniel Dadush, New York University
Marco Di Summa, University of Padova
Yuri Faenza, EPFL Lausanne
Oktay Gunluk, IBM T.J. Watson Research
John Hooker, Carnegie Mellon University
Matthias Koeppe, University of California, Davis
Quentin Louveaux, University of Liege
Carla Michini, ETH Zurich
Marco Molinaro, Carnegie Mellon University
Eduardo Moreno, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
George Nemhauser, Georgia Institute of Technology
Thomas Rothvoss, MIT
Mohit Singh, McGill University
Gautier Stauffer, Grenoble Institute of Technology
Mathieu Van Vyve, Catholic University of Louvain
Juan Pablo Vielma, MIT
Laurence Wolsey, Catholic University of Louvain
Bo Zeng, University of South Florida
Muhong Zhang, Arizona State University

See you in Madison!


Amitabh Basu, University of California, Davis
Daniel Bienstock, Columbia University
Alberto Del Pia, ETH Zurich
Santanu Dey, Georgia Tech
Jim Luedtke, University of Wisconsin-Madison

(MIP 2013 Organizing Committee, mip2013@discovery.wisc.edu)

Jim Luedtke, Assistant Professor
Secretary/Treasurer, INFORMS Optimization Society
Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
3236 Mechanical Engineering Building
1513 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53706
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