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Call for Tutorial and Workshop Proposals

The CP'2001 Program Committee invites proposals for the Tutorial and Workshop Program to be held in Cyprus. Tutorials will take place during the technical program. Workshops are planned for Saturday, December 1, 2001.

CP'2001 tutorials are ideally targeted at the whole constraint community and should give a state of the art description of a field of research related to constraint programming or of a large area of application. Tutorials may address theoretical and/or practical aspect of constraint solving. Typical subjects, without any limitation are: numerical CSP, global constraints, n-ary constraints, soft constraints, mathematical programming, dynamic programming and constraints, cooperation between methods, local search, functional/concurrent/logic constraint programming, areas of application (eg. bioinformatics)...

CP'2001 workshops will provide an informal setting where workshop participants will have the opportunity to discuss specific technical topics in an atmosphere that fosters the active exchange of ideas. It is an opportunity to disseminate work in progress or to promote new and emerging areas within the field of constraints. The topics of the workshops can cover any area related to constraints and any related cross-disciplinary areas.

The format of the workshop will be determined by the organizers. Workshops can vary in length with an expected duration ranging from half a day up to one day. Having two or three co-organizers for a workshop is strongly advised. Workshop attendees must pay the CP/ICLP workshop registration fee.

Important Dates for Workshops

Important Dates for Tutorials

Requirements for Submission

Proposals for tutorials and workshops should be between one and two pages in length, and should contain the following information (in english):

Each workshop organizing committee will be responsible for:

Proposers are encouraged to send their draft proposal to potential participants for comments before submission.

CP'2001 organizing committee will be responsible for the following:


All proposals should be submitted by electronic mail (in ASCII, Ghostscript compatible Postscript, PDF or LaTeX), to Thomas.Schiex@toulouse.inra.fr, as soon as possible but no later than June 15, 2001. Prospective organizers will be notified of the committee's decision no later than June 25, 2001. Please send your proposals and any inquiries to: Thomas Schiex (email: Thomas.Schiex@toulouse.inra.fr).