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ASAP Co-Organise PATAT Conference 2014 on Automated Timetabling

Ender Ozcan ASAP PATAT 2014 Conference

Photo taken by Ryan Hamilton-Bryce

ASAP co-organised the 10th International Conference on the Practice and Theory of Automated Timetabling, PATAT 2014 .

Ender Ozcan  co-chaired  this year’s conference, held in York from 26-29th of August, with Bob John and Tim Curtois acting as the organising committee members. 

The biennial PATAT conferences have been a forum for both researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas about real world timetabling and advanced decision support solutions. The programme of this year’s conference featured 76 presentations which represent the state-of-the-art in automated timetabling: there were 5 plenary papers, one of them being from the Scientia Ltd representing practitioners, 26 full papers, 38 extended abstracts, 5 system demonstrations and 2 practitioner key notes.

Posted on Thursday 11th September 2014

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