EPSRC Inter-disciplinary Scheduling Network
4th PhD Student Workshop on Scheduling
10:00am - 5:00pm
November 14, 2003
Organised by the ASAP Research Group and the
Inter-disciplinary Scheduling Network.
Following the successful workshop earlier this year,
we are pleased to announce the next workshop for
this November at Coventry University.
The workshop is intended for PhD students to facilitate
discussion and the sharing of ideas in their ongoing
process of formulating and conducting research in the
area of scheduling. It is particularly interested in
bringing together PhD students working on any aspect of
scheduling from a variety of disciplines. The workshop
will be informal and will consist of short presentations
given by PhD students and invited talks by established
researchers in scheduling.
For more information, please view the previous workshop's
schedule for abstract titles and workshop format and latex templates:
Interested students are invited to submit a one
page abstract that describes their PhD research and
will be the focus of their presentation.
All accepted abstracts will be bound in a workshop
book and distributed to participants, free of charge.
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details if interested in attending.
The workshop (including lunch) is free of charge for PhD
students working in scheduling research. Information for
overnight accommodation (if required) can be provided.
Abstract submission deadline: October 14, 2003.
Abstract acceptance announced: October 24, 2003.
Date of PhD Workshop: November 14, 2003.
Please refer to the Inter-disciplinary Scheduling Network
website for this announcement and further details.
Attendance to the PhD Workshop will be limited to
those PhD students presenting their accepted abstracts.
Hosted by the School of Mathematical and Information Sciences,
The Local organiser is Dr. Alejandra Duenas.
ASAP Research Group
School of Computer Science & IT
Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Rd
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG8 1BB
0115 951 4234
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