Wednesday, May 29, 2019

[DMANET] 2019 MIP Workshop - Final Announcement and Call for Participation

The 2019 MIP Workshop will be held on July 15-18, 2019 at MIT's Sloan
School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts. MIP is a single-track
workshop highlighting the latest trends in integer programming and discrete
optimization, with invited speakers covering topics of interest to the
community, including theory, computational issues and applications. As in
years past, the workshop has free registration and will include a student
poster competition.

Workshop website:

Call for Registration

Registration is now open:

To encourage participation, especially from students and junior
researchers, registration is free. However, registration closes by July 1,
and may close sooner if we approach capacity, so we encourage participants
to register as soon as possible.

Workshop Dinner

The workshop dinner will be held the evening of Tuesday, July 16th at
6:30pm, in the heart of Harvard Square at Harvest ( The cost is $75 per person; tickets and
additional information can be found here:

Space for the dinner is very limited, so buy your tickets early!

Confirmed Speakers

Ahmad Abdi (CMU & LSE)
David Applegate (Google)
Timo Berthold (FICO & ZIB)
Friedrich Eisenbrand (EPFL)
Adolfo Escobedo (Arizona State)
Swati Gupta (Georgia Tech)
Robert Hildebrand (Virginia Tech)
Joey Huchette (Google & Rice)
Martin Koutecky (Technion)
Simge Küçükyavuz (Northwestern)
Cong Han Lim (Georgia Tech)
Rahul Mazumder (MIT)
Gonzalo Muñoz (Polytechnique Montréal)
Jim Orlin (MIT)
Marc Pfetsch (TU Darmstadt)
Laura Sanità (Waterloo)
Emily Speakman (OVGU)
Russ Tedrake (MIT)
Stefan Weltge (TU Munich)
Weijun Xie (Virginia Tech)
Rico Zenklusen (ETH)

Program Committee

Daniel Dadush (CWI)
Miles Lubin (Google)
Carla Michini (Wisconsin)
Alejandro Toriello, chair (Georgia Tech)
Yuan Zhou (Kentucky)

Local Organizing Committee

Joey Huchette (Google & Rice)
Rahul Mazumder (MIT)
Juan Pablo Vielma, chair (MIT)

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