Wednesday, March 22, 2017

[DMANET] CFP: CISND'17, November 27-December 1 2017, Hawaii, USA

Call for Papers

IEEE Symposium on CI in Scheduling and Network Design (IEEE CISND'17)
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CISND Symposium web page:

The IEEE Symposium on CI in Scheduling and Network Design (IEEE CISND'17) invites research on all aspects of computational intelligence applied to scheduling and network design problems. The symposium is one of more than 30 symposiums in the 2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI 2017) that brings together at one location thousands of scholars and practitioners from academia and industry. Topics of CISND include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Combinatorial Optimisation
- Machine Learning and Optimisation in Scheduling
- Machine Learning and Optimisation in Network Design
- Production Scheduling
- Personnel Scheduling
- Healthcare Scheduling
- Vehicle Routing
- Sports Scheduling
- Transportation Network Optimisation
- Network Flows

Important Dates
Special Session Proposals: April 2, 2017
Paper Submissions: July 2, 2017
Notification to Authors: August 27, 2017
Final Submission: September 24, 2017
Early Registration: September 24, 2017

Symposium Co-Chairs
Ruibin Bai
The University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Rong Qu
The University of Nottingham, UK

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