Friday, April 20, 2018

[DMANET] MIP 2018: registration now open

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2018 workshop in
Mixed Integer Programming (MIP 2018) is now open. The 2018 Mixed
Integer Programming workshop, which is the fifteenth in a series of
annual workshops held in North America, will be held June 18 – 21 at
Clemson University (Greenville, South Carolina). It is designed to
bring the integer programming community together to discuss very
recent developments in the field. The workshop consists of a single
track of invited talks and features a poster session that provides an
additional opportunity to share and discuss recent research in MIP.

The registration page can be found at:

Besides the registration page, the website contains the workshop
schedule, as well as information about hotel reservations and travel.

See you in Greenville, SC!

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

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

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