[ACP members] ACP Winter school 2024: 10 days left to register!




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The working group Constraints, OR and AI have the pleasure to organize the Association For Constraint Programming school in Aussois (french Alps) from March 25th to March 29th 2024.

Registrations and information are available on the website of the school: https://school.a4cp.org/winter2024/

Registrations are open until the 1st of March. The registration fees are as follows and include accommodation and transfer from Lyon to Aussois:

Categories Fees
Academic - Shared room 350 €
Academic - Single Room 475 €
Student - Shared room 250 €
Student - Single Room 375 €
Industrial - Single room 575 €
CNRS Staff - Shared room 0 €

Please, note that the schedule of the shuttle from Lyon to Aussois are not definitive and can change. We advise planning a delay between the estimated time of departure/arrival of the bus and your arrival/departure time.

Hoping to see you in Aussois.

Best regards,

Margaux Nattaf

The topic of the school is constraint programming, a paradigm which provides useful tools to model and solve constrained optimization problems. Constraint programming is at the border of computer science, operational research, artificial intelligence, and mathematics, as well as a wide range of application fields. The school will focus on applications of Constraints Programming. The school will provide an introduction to Constraint Programming and have a strong focus on applying Constraint Programming techniques. More specifically, on top of having technical lectures, the school will devote about 50% of the time to practical labs, where the participants learn to use Constraint Programming tools on practical problems.

Confirmed speakers

  • Emmanuel Hebrard, LAAS-CNRS
  • Hadrien Cambazard, Grenoble INP
  • Pierre Schaus, UCLouvain
  • Charles Prud'Homme, IMT Atlantique
  • Christine Solnon, INSA Lyon
  • Helmut Simonis, Insight Center
  • Luc Libralesso, ALMA Scop

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