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[PVS] CP 2008 - Call for Workshops

____________________ Call for Workshop Proposals ____________________

                                CP 2008

                     14th International Conference
           Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming

      Sydney,  Australia                     14-18 September 2008


     Co-located with:
     Int'l Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS)
     Int'l Conference on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR)
     Int'l Workshop on Nonmonotonic Reasoning (NMR)

____ Call for Workshops ____

   The CP 2008 Program Committee invites proposals for the Workshop

   CP 2008 workshops will provide an informal setting where workshop
   participants will have the opportunity to discuss specific
   technical topics in an atmosphere that facilitates the active
   exchange of ideas.  It is an opportunity to disseminate work in
   progress or to promote new and emerging areas within the field of
   constraints. The topics of the workshops can cover any area related
   to constraints and any related cross-disciplinary areas.  Workshops
   related to planning and scheduling are especially encouraged
   because of the co-location with ICAPS 2008.

   All workshops will take place during 14-15 September 2008 as
   pre-conference activities along tutorials and the doctoral program.

   Workshops can be half-day or full-day.  The internal format of the
   workshop will be determined by the organisers.

____ Dates ____

   Proposal submission               31 March   2008
   Acceptance notification           16 April   2008
   Workshop CfP and web page           1 May    2008
   Publication of accepted papers     16 July   2008
   Workshop working notes             23 August 2008
   Workshops                       14-15 Sept.  2008

____ Proposal submissions ____

   Proposals for workshops should contain the following information:

     - The title and a brief technical description of the workshop,
       specifying the goals and the technical issues it will focus on.

     - A brief discussion of why and to whom the workshop is of

     - A list of tentatively confirmed attendees, if available.

     - A list of related workshops held within the last three years,
       if any, and their relation to the proposed workshop.

     - A list of workshops previously arranged by members of the
       proposed organising committee, if any.

     - The names of the proposed organising committee.  This committee
       should consist of two or three people knowledgeable about the
       technical issues to be addressed, preferably not coming from
       the same institution.

     - The name and email address of the main organiser.

   Each workshop main organiser will be responsible for:

    - producing a "Call for Papers" and a web page for their workshop
      by 1 May 2008.  Please provide a web page/URL that can be linked
      into the CP 2008 home page.  The call must make it clear that
      the workshop is open to all members of the CP community.  It
      should also mention that at least one author of each accepted
      submission must attend the workshop.  Finally, it should also
      clearly describe the process by which the organising committee
      will select the participants.

    - providing a brief description of the workshop for the conference

    - selecting submitted papers; a list of accepted papers should be
      provided by 16 July 2008.

    - scheduling workshop activities in collaboration with the local
      organisers and the workshop chairs.

    - providing working notes to be duplicated for the workshop (up to
      a maximum of 200 pages) by 23 August 2008.

   The CP 2008 organising committee will be responsible for the

    - providing publicity for the workshop series as a whole.

    - providing logistics support and a meeting place for the

    - in conjunction with the organisers, determining the start and
      end times of the workshop.

    - duplicating working notes as described above and distributing
      them to the participants.

   All proposals should be submitted by electronic mail (in ASCII) to
   the Workshop Chair:

      Jimmy Lee
      The Chinese University of Hong Kong
      jlee [at] cse.cuhk.edu.hk

  (Apologies for cross posting.  Please forward to interested people.)