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SweConsNet Workshop May 7th, 2015 (Chalmers, Gothenburg)

Yesterday, there was an Call for presentations and participation of SweConsNet15, the 14th workshop of SweConsNet, the Network for Sweden-based researchers and practitioners of Constraint programming. This year it will be held on May 7th, 2015 at Chalmers University of Technology (Gothenburg).
​​The Network for Sweden-based researchers and practitioners of Constraint programming (SweConsNet) kindly invites you to participate in the yearly SweConsNet Workshop, which will take place at the Department of Signals and Systems, Chalmers University of Technology, on May 7th, 2015. The purpose of the workshop is to learn about ongoing research in Constraint Programming, existing projects and products, and further development of the network. SweConsNet Workshop 2015 is the 14th edition of this annual event.

The workshop is open to everybody interested in the theory and practice of constraint programming, whether based in Sweden or elsewhere. The scope of the workshop spans all areas of Constraint Programming, and is open to presentations and discussions addressing topics related to both theory and application.

We hope for your participation, and highly encourage you to submit a proposal for a presentation of your ongoing work, recent results, or of a relevant discussion topic. There are no paper submissions, reviews, or proceedings, hence recent conference/journal papers may also be presented.

To register, please send a brief statement of intent, and desirably the title and abstract of your talk, to Oskar Wigström (oskar.wigstrom at chalmers.se). In order to facilitate organization, please notify us of your intention to participate as soon as possible, and at the latest before April 23rd, 2015. The workshop does not have a registration fee.

Please forward this message to anyone who might be interested in this workshop but is not yet on the SweConsNet mailing list. They can subscribe to it by sending a message to Justin Pearson (justin.pearson at it.uu.se).