Wednesday, February 21, 2018

[DMANET] MIP 2018 poster deadline approaching

The deadline for poster submission for the 2018 workshop in Mixed Integer
Programming (MIP 2018) is approaching: approximately one week from now!

The workshop will be held June 18 - 21 at Clemson University (Greenville,
South Carolina). All workshop participants are invited to submit a poster
abstract before March 1, 2018. There will be an award for the best poster
presented by a student. To submit an abstract, please email a detailed
abstract of the poster (using 11pt font, at most two pages) to:

Space for posters is limited, and the submitted poster abstracts will
be used to select the accepted posters. Therefore, it is important
that the abstract provides a good description of the research to be
presented. We expect to send out acceptance notifications around March

For more information and updates, please see the workshop website at:

Program Committee

* Philipp Christophel, SAS
* Simge Küçükyavuz, University of Washington
* Ruth Misener, Imperial College London
* Giacomo Nannicini (chair), IBM Research
* Alejandro Toriello, Georgia Institute of Technology

Local Committee

* Akshay Gupte (chair), Clemson University
* Matthew Saltzman, Clemson University
* Cole Smith, Clemson University

Confirmed Speakers

* Bob Bixby, Gurobi
* Chen Chen, Ohio State University
* Gérard Cornuéjols, Carnegie Mellon University
* Yuri Faenza, Columbia University
* Ricardo Fukasawa, University of Waterloo
* Matthew Galati, SAS
* Andres Gomez, University of Pittsburgh
* Aida Khajavirad, Carnegie Mellon University
* Pierre Le Bodic, Monash University
* Quentin Louveaux, Université de Liège
* Marco Lübbecke, RWTH Aachen
* Miles Lubin, Google
* Stephen Maher, Lancaster University
* Enrico Malaguti, Università di Bologna
* Jim Ostrowski, University of Tennessee
* Joe Paat, ETH Zurich
* Annie Raymond, University of Washington
* Suvrajeet Sen, University of Southern California
* David Shmoys, Cornell University
* Cole Smith, Clemson University
* Wolfram Wiesemann, Imperial College

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