Constraint Programming (CP) is a powerful technology to model and solve combinatorial problems, which are ubiquitous in academia and industry. The last ten years or so have witnessed significant research devoted to modelling and solving problems with constraints. CP is now a mature field and has been successfully used for tackling a wide range of real-life complex applications. However, such a technology is currently accessible to only a small number of experts. For CP to be more widely used by non-experts, more research effort is needed in order to ease the use of the CP technology. We solicit original papers that contribute to widen the use of the CP technology.
Workshop topics include (but are not limited to):
This is a full-day workshop open to anyone interested in the topic. The event will have a strong workshop flavour, with ample time allocated to discussion.
The workshop programme is available here.
|Esra Erdem||Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Pierre Flener||Uppsala University, Sweden|
|Alan M. Frisch||University of York, United Kingdom|
|Jimmy Lee||The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China|
|Toni Mancini (co-chair)||Sapienza University of Rome, Italy|
|Justin K. Pearson (co-chair)||Uppsala University, Sweden|
|Karen Petrie||University of Dundee, United Kingdom|
|Andrea Rendl||University of St Andrews, United Kingdom|
|Helmut Simonis||Cork Constraint Computation Centre, Ireland|
|Pascal Van Hentenryck||Brown University, RI, USA|
|Mark Wallace||Monash University, Australia|
Paper submission is now closed. Accepted papers are available here.
|Author notification||Sunday 18 July 2010|
|Camera-Ready Copy deadline||Friday 20 August 2010|
|Workshop||Monday 6 September 2010 (programme)|