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9th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference CFP

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9th Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference: Theory & Applications

Analytical Optimisation and Machine Learning in Scheduling and Routing

Ningbo, China, December 12-15, 2019

MISTA 2019 is the ninth in the conference series. The conference serves as a forum for an international community of researchers, practitioners and vendors on all aspects of multi-disciplinary scheduling.

Organisers

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Scheduling Sub-Society, Operations Research Society of China

Intelligent Simulation Optimisation and Scheduling, China Simulation Federation  


Aims and Scopes

The aim is to bring together scheduling researchers and practitioners from all the disciplines that engage with scheduling research. The conference scope includes (but is not limited to):


Agent Based Scheduling

Algorithmics

Applications

Automated Reasoning

Batch Scheduling

Commercial Packages

Complexity Analysis

Constraint Logic Programming

Delivery Scheduling

Evolutionary Algorithms

Heuristic Search

Knowledge-Based Systems

Large Scale Scheduling

Local Search

Machine Scheduling

Meta-heuristic Search

Multi-processor Scheduling

Process Scheduling

Production Scheduling

Real World Scheduling

Real-Time Scheduling

Rostering

Rule-Based Expert Systems

Shop-Floor Scheduling

Sports Scheduling

Theoretical Scheduling

Timetabling

Transport Scheduling

Vehicle Routing

How to Submit

We invite you to submit completed research papers or short papers to MISTA 2019. Authors are invited to submit papers in either full papers or extended abstract. Details can be found at http://www.schedulingconference.org/submission.

Registration

      

Non-students

students

Early bird registration (before 10th Nov 2019)

2000 RMB (or 240 British Pound)

1800 RMB (or 220 British Pound)

Standard registration (after 10th Nov 2019)

2500 RMB (or 300 British Pound)

2000 RMB (or 240 British Pound)

Plenaries, Tutorials and special sessions

Title

Speaker

Plenary 1

Advances in Evolutionary Multitasking for Vehicle Routing

Kay Chen Tan

Hong Kong City University, IEEE Fellow,

Editor in Chief of IEEE TEVC

Plenary 2

Project Management: New Directions and New Results

Nicholas G. Hall

Fisher College of Business and Ohio State University

Former INFORMS President

Plenary 3

Data-Driven Intelligent Optimization Scheduling

Ling Wang

Tsinghua University

Editor in Chief of International J of Automation and Control

Plenary 4

Tackling uncertainty in combinatorial optimization problems: using metaheuristics to efficiently co-generate scenarios and solutions

José F. Oliveira

Universidade do Porto

Editor in Chief of EJOR

Tutorial 1

Operations Scheduling with Multitasking

Chung-Lun Li

Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Tutorial 2

Stabilizing the grand coalition for cooperative games: A unified framework demonstrated by scheduling games

Xiangtong Qi

Department of Industrial Engineering and Decision Analytics

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Tutorial 3

Appointment Scheduling

Guohua Wan

Department of Management Science

Shanghai Jiaotong University

Tutorial 4

Scheduling problems with outbound delivery consideration

Weiya Zhong

School of Management

Shanghai University

Focused sessions

Topic 1

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Focused sessions

Topic 2

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Focused sessions

Topic 3

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Focused sessions

Topic 4

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Special Issue

All accepted submissions, whether a full paper or an abstract has the opportunity to submit a paper to a special issue of International Journal of Production Research (IJPR) (IF: 3.199) on topic: Analytics and Machine Learning in Scheduling and Routing Optimization. Submission link is here.

Conference Chairs

·         Ruibin Bai, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

·         Zhi-Long Chen, University of Maryland

·         Li Jiawei, University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus

·         Graham Kendall, University of Nottingham, Malaysia and UK

·         Barry McCollum, Queens University Belfast, UK


Organising Committee

Advisors:

·         Yuzhong Zhang, Qufu Normal University, China

·         Guochun Tang, Shanghai Polytechnic Unviersity, China

·         Ling Wang, Tsinghua University, China

·         Liang Gao, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Local chairs:

·         Dave Towey, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

·         Rong Qu, Universeity of Notitngham, United Kingdom

·         Jun-Qiang Wang: Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

·         Lining Xing, National University of Defense Technology, China

Secretariat team

·         Qingguo Bai, Qufu Normal University, China

·         Danyu Bai, Dalian Maritime University, China

Supporting team: Jane Wang, Kelly Fu, Deborah Pitchfork


MISTA 2019: Important Dates

·         30st September 2019: Deadline submission

·         30th Oct 2019: Decision to authors

·         10th Nov 2019: Early registration due

·         10th Nov 2019: Camera Ready Papers due

·         12th Dec - 15th Dec 2019: Conference



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