Wednesday, February 22, 2017

[DMANET] Call for papers - Computational Methods for Business Analytics (CMBA 2017)

Call for Papers

*Computational Methods for Business Analytics
<> (CMBA 2017

CMBA 2017 International Workshop will be held in the 17th International
Conference on Computational Science and its Applications (ICCSA 2017)

Trieste, Italy, July 3 - 6, 2017


A non-exhaustive list of topics for the CMBA 2017 is as follows:

· Integer linear programming and combinatorial optimization

· Exact optimization algorithms: branch-and-bound, polyhedral
approaches, decomposition-based methods, reformulations

· Heuristics, meta-heuristics, matheuristics and model based
metaheuristics for integer linear programming and combinatorial optimization

· Real-world applications in industry and services: operations
management, supply chain management, logistics and transportation,
scheduling, production management and distribution, warehousing, location,
energy, telecommunications, project management, healthcare

· Optimization software and decision support systems


- March 15, 2017: Full paper submission
- April 15, 2017: Acceptance notification
- May 15, 2017: Early-bird Registration ends
- May 15, 2017: Submission for the final version of the papers
- July 3-6, 2017: CMBA 2017 International Workshop (will be held in the
ICCSA 2017)


Accepted papers will appear in the Conference proceedings to be published
by Springer-Verlag in Lecture Notes for Computer Science.
To submit a paper, please connect to the *Submission site
<>*. The submitted paper must be between 10 to 16
pages long for LNCS
<> publication, and
should be formatted according to the LNCS
<> rules.

​Please see the *Instructions for Authors page
<>* for formatting information
and templates. Each paper must deal with original and unpublished work, not
submitted for publication elsewhere.


- TELMO PINTO (co-chair), University of Minho, Portugal (
- CLÁUDIO ALVES (co-chair), University of Minho, Portugal (

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