Mixed-integer nonlinear programming (MINLP) optimisation combines the modelling capabilities of mixed-integer linear with nonlinear programming into a flexible framework for dealing with a large variety of optimisation problems.
The MINLP Workshop brings together world-leading researcher in the field of mixed-integer nonlinear optimisation, and covers topics ranging from theoretical and algorithmic advances to industrial applications.
| DATE||  Fee||  Fee+Acco(*)  |
|    Until January 31 st   ||  200€  ||      250€  |
|    From February 1st    ||  300€  ||      ----  |
If you would like to present a contribution at this workshop we invite you to submit a short abstract about a work related to Mixed Integer Non Linear Programming (1000 characters or less), including the list of authors, their institutions and contact email.
Abstract Submission: (EXTENDED) from September 1 to December 18, 2022.
Notification of acceptance: (EXTENDED) by December 23, 2022.
Authors should send to a email@example.com an abstract of their contribution.
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