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MIP2024: First Announcement

  • 1.  MIP2024: First Announcement

    Posted 09-18-2023 10:50
    Edited by Joseph Paat 09-25-2023 10:23
    Please save the date for the 2024 Mixed Integer Programming Workshop (MIP)! 
    MIP is a single-track workshop highlighting the latest trends in integer programming and discrete optimization. MIP2024 will be hosted by the University of Kentucky from June 3 - 6. The confirmed speakers for MIP2024 are
    Güzin Bayraksan (Ohio State University
    Mathieu Besançon (Zuse Institute Berlin / Inria Grenoble)
    Merve Bodur (University of Toronto)
    Martina Cerulli (University of Salerno)
    Rui Chen (Cornell Tech)
    Maryam Daryalal (HEC Montréal)
    Danial Davarnia (Iowa State University)
    Yatharth Dubey (University of Illinois of Urbana-Champaign)
    Gerald Gamrath (COPT Cardinal Operations)
    Bernard Knueven (National Renewable Energy Lab)
    Carla Michini (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
    Dolores Romero Morales (Copenhagen Business School)
    Bento Natura (UC Berkeley & Georgia Tech)
    Sebastian Perez-Salazar (Rice University)
    Jeff Poskin (Boeing Research & Technology)
    Ted Ralphs (Lehigh University)
    Soroosh Shafieezadeh-Abadeh (Cornell University) 
    Mathieu Tanneau (Georgia Tech)
    Qimeng (Kim) Yu (Université de Montréal)
    In addition to the regular workshop, MIP2024 will have a computational competition. This edition of the competition will focus on MIP Presolve. See the website for more details.
    Finally, we are excited to announce that MIP2024 will have a summer school on June 2. The summer school will be given
    Robert Hildebrand (Virginia Tech)
    Santanu S. Dey (Georgia Tech) 
    The MIP2024 organizing committee, the local organizing committee, and the Office of Inclusive Excellence at the University of Kentucky are committed to making the workshop a welcoming environment for all members of the MIP community. Information about the workshop will be updated at the website The MIP workshop is organized with help from the Mixed Integer Programming Society (MIPS), which is a section of the Mathematical Optimization Society (MOS).

    We look forward to seeing you in Lexington!
    On behalf of the MIP2024 Organizing Committee, 
    Martina Fischetti, Christopher Hojny, Aleks M. Kazachkov, Aida Khajavirad, and Joseph Paat

    Joseph Paat
    Assistant Professor
    University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business
    Vancouver BC