Wednesday, June 3, 2015

[DMANET] 2015 ACP Summer School in Constraint Programming - 2nd CfP

** Second Call for Participation **

2015 ACP Summer School in Constraint Programming

New Frontiers in Constraint Programming

** Dates: July 8th – July 11th
** Deadline for Registration: June 20th

** Location: University of Toronto, Canada

The subject of the 2015 ACP Summer School is "New Frontiers in Constraint
Programming", where we explore some of the most exciting and innovative
applications and research directions in Constraint Programming that have
been shaping the field in recent years. The goal of the school is to
familiarize PhD, post-docs, and interested researchers with these new
perspectives to foster ideas that can contribute to their own research and
to better position themselves in the field.

** Competition: The school is also hosting a Constraint Programming
competition where winners and their work will be featured at the 21st
International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint
Programming (CP 2015).

Registration cost: CAD$ 300 and CAD$ 15 for processing

** For those attending ISMP 2015, transportation will be arranged from
Toronto to Pittsburgh.

* Speakers and Topics

- Christopher Beck, University of Toronto, Canada
Hybrid Techniques: CP, MIP, and Queuing Theory

- Claude-Guy Quimper, Université Laval, Canada
Parallel Constraint Programming

- Willem-Jan van Hoeve, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Decision Diagrams for Optimization

- Pascal Van Hentenryck, Australian National University, Australia
Trends in Real-World Applications of Constraint Programming

- Petr Vilim, IBM Research, Czech Republic
New Developments in Constraint-Based Scheduling

Andre Augusto Cire
Assistant Professor in Operations Management
Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough
Rotman School of Management (cross-appoint.)
Phone: +1-416-208-4838 (UTSC), +1-416-978-5454 (Rotman)

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