Monday, January 19, 2015

[DMANET] MISTA 2015 - Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference: Theory & Applications - Call for Papers

MISTA 2015: Call for Papers
Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference: Theory & Applications

25-28 August 2015,
Prague, Czech Republic

MISTA 2015 is the seventh in the conference series. The conference serves as
a forum for an international community of researchers, practitioners and
vendors on all aspects of multi-disciplinary scheduling.

There is a special issue of the Journal of Scheduling associated with this
conference. If you present a paper or abstract at the conference, you will
be invited to submit a paper to this special issue. More details can be
found on the web site (


The conference will cover, but not be limited to, the following disciplines:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Science
- Engineering
- Management
- Manufacturing
- Mathematics
- Operational Research

The aim is to bring together scheduling researchers and practitioners from
all the disciplines that engage with scheduling research. The scope of the
conference includes (but is not limited to):
- Agent Based Scheduling
- Algorithmics
- Applications
- Automated Reasoning
- Batch Scheduling
- Commercial Packages
- Complexity of Scheduling Problems
- Constraint Logic Programming
- Delivery Scheduling
- Evolutionary Algorithms
- Heuristic Search
- Knowledge-Based Systems
- Large Scale Scheduling
- Local Search
- Machine Scheduling
- Meta-heuristic Search
- Multi-processor Scheduling
- Process Scheduling
- Production Scheduling
- Real World Scheduling
- Real-Time Scheduling
- Rostering
- Rule-Based Expert Systems
- Shop-Floor Scheduling
- Sports Scheduling
- Theoretical Scheduling
- Timetabling
- Transport Scheduling
- Vehicle Routing


Important Dates

29th Jan 2015: Deadline submission (full paper/abstract)
17th Apr 2015: Decision to authors
19th Jun 2015: Early registration due
25th - 28th Aug 2015: Conference
28th Aug 2015: This day will be a Social Day


Conference Chairs
Zdenek Hanzalek, Czech Technical University in Prague
Graham Kendall, University of Nottingham, UK
Barry McCollum, Queens University Belfast, UK
Premysl Sucha, Czech Technical University in Prague


Premysl Sucha

Department of Control Engineering,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
Czech Technical University in Prague,
Karlovo namesti 13, 121 35 Prague 2,
Czech Republic
Phone: + 420 2 2435 5714

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