The Swedish Constraint Network, SweConsNet, is a network for Swedish-based researchers and practitioners of Constraint Programming.

Following the successful meeting in May 2002 at Uppsala University and February 2003 at SICS we would like to announce the 3rd SweConsNet workshop, which will take place at the Dept of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University, on January 15th, 2004. The purpose of this meeting is to learn about ongoing research in Constraint Programming, existing projects and products as well as to discuss further development of the network.


9.45-10.00 Opening
10.00-11.00 Invited talk: CLP(BioNet) : Towards a CLP framework for the analysis of Biochemical Networks by Yves Deville (Louvain-la-Neuve) Abstract, slides
11.00-11.30 Comma Free Codes by Justin Pearson (Uppsala)
11.30-12.00 Declarative Concurrency for Java by Frej Drejhammar (SICS)slides
12.00-12.30 New Algorithms from Old by Ola Angelsmark (Linköping) slides
12:30-12.45 Overview of activities at SICS by Per Kreuger (SICS) slides
12.45-13.45 Lunch
13.45-14.15 Using Constraint Programming for Embedded System Design by Radek Szymanek (Lund) slides
14.15-14.45 Base Station Configurations by Zhulia Ayani (LI/EAB Ericsson) slides
14.45-15.15 What can Constraint Programming contribute to an existing Optimisation application? by Patrik Eveborn and Jonas Fager (Optimal Solutions) slides
15.15-15.30 Coffee break
15.30-17.00 Finite Domain Constraint Programming Systems, CP'02 Invited tutorial by Mats Carlsson (SICS) and Christian Schulte (KTH) (Christian presents) slides


Thursday, January 15th, 2004 at 9.45-17.00


Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University
Room: Alan Turing, Building E (E-huset) Campus Valla

Directions to Linköping University

If you need to contact us on January 15th, give a call to Madeleine Häger (013-28 23 60).


Please register by January 7th so we can make the necessary arrangements.

For further information contact Pawel Pietrzak.

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