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CP 2015 Call for Tutorial Proposals

The CP conference is the premier annual international conference on constraint programming.  We invite proposals for tutorials during the main conference program.

Tutorials are expected to provide an in-depth presentation of an emerging topic or a particularly exciting research area, relevant to the constraint programming community.  In previous years, tutorial topics included methodologies (MaxSAT, decision diagrams), applications (disaster management, vehicle routing), related fields (social choice), and systems/implementation (CSPlib, MiniZinc, automated reformulation).

Tutorials are expected to be between 1 hour and 1.5 hours long (the exact duration is to be determined).

Since CP is co-located with ICLP this year, we are especially interested in tutorials that could be of common interest to the CP and ICLP community.

Important Dates

April 17: Tutorial submission deadline
May 1: Acceptance notification
May 15: Submission of brief tutorial description

Proposal Format

Each proposal should include the following information:

  • Title and abstract giving the goal, scope, and technical issues to be discussed,
  • Description of the target audience and a motivation for the tutorial presentation,
  • Short CV and contact information of the tutorial speaker.

Please send your proposal by email to the CP 2015 Tutorial Chair: Willem-Jan van Hoeve (vanhoeve@andrew.cmu.edu)