MIXED INTEGER PROGRAMMING WORKSHOP 2019
July 15-18, 2019
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- The workshop program is composed of a limited number (~25) of invited talks on recent and typically unpublished work on MIP.
- The talks are organized in a single track and scheduled to leave ample time for discussion and interaction among the participants.
- To encourage participation of students and junior researchers, no registration fee is charged and limited travel support is available. The registration deadline is July 1st.
- The workshop is made possible by the generous donations of our sponsors (listed below).
- The workshop features a poster session, in which the attendees can present their work on MIP related topics. Please see Posters section for details and deadlines. Workshops are held annually in North America. MIP 2019 is the 16th Mixed Integer Programming workshop. The previous workshops were held in New York (2003), Minneapolis (2005), Miami (2006), Montreal (2007), New York (2008), Berkeley (2009), Atlanta (2010), Waterloo (2011), Davis (2012), Madison (2013), Columbus (2014), Chicago (2015), Miami (2016), Montreal (2017), Greenville (2018).
The Poster Session & Reception will take place during the evening on Monday, July 15th. It is free and open all registered participants. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. The winner for the best poster prize will be announced on Friday at 11:30am.
The dinner for the 2019 MIP Workshop will be held the evening of Tuesday, July 16th at 6:30pm, in the heart of Harvard Square at Harvest (https://harvestcambridge.com). The address is 44 Brattle St. (on the walkway) Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138. Tickets and additional information can be found here. Space for the dinner is very limited (65 people max) so buy your tickets early!
- Daniel Dadush (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica)
- Miles Lubin (Google)
- Carla Michini (University of Wisconsin)
- Alejandro Toriello, chair (Georgia Institute of Technology)
- Yuan Zhou (University of Kentucky)
(Sponsors are listed in order of contribution, with ties broken alphabetically.)