Friday, April 6, 2018

[DMANET] CP 2018 final call for papers and workshop proposals; deadlines approaching

Deadlines for abstract submission and for workshop proposals for the CP
2018 conference are approaching. See the following URLs and the attached CFP

Call for Papers CP 2018

The Twenty-Fourth Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint
Programming [2] will take place in Lille, France,
27-31 August 2018.

The CP conference series concerns all aspects of computing with
constraints, including: theory, algorithms, environments, languages,
models, systems, and applications.

The CP 2018 programme will include presentations of high-quality scientific
papers and tutorials on both theory and applications. Invited talks will
describe important topics relevant to the field. There are also workshops
and a doctoral program for students.


The conference features a main Technical Track, an Applications Track, and
various thematic tracks, which include:

- CP & Data Science
- CP & Operations Research
- CP & Music
- Testing and Verification
- Multiagent and Parallel CP
- CP, Optimization, & Power System Management

Papers are submitted to individual tracks. They would normally relate to CP
technology, but submissions that deal with constraint solving and are of
potential interest to the CP community are also invited. The thematic
tracks, in particular, are intended to reach out to researchers beyond the
CP community. Each track has a dedicated chair and subcommittee to ensure
that reviewers have the relevant domain expertise.


Paper submission is via EasyChair, and reviewing is double blind. Please
see the conference website for further details and a complete list of

*Important Dates*

- 12 April 2018 Abstract submission
- 18 April 2018: Paper submission
- 15-19 May 2018: Author response period
- 1 June 2017: Notification
- 15 June 2018: Camera-ready

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