SWIM 2016

SWIM 2016 will take place at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon in Lyon, France. The dates are 20-22 June 2016. It will be preceded by a tutorial day, given by Daniel Wilczak (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland) on Sunday 19 June 2016.

 

The invited speaker for SWIM 2016 is Sylvie Putot (LIX, Polytechnique, France).

 

SWIM 2016 is part of the HPC term, suppported by Labex MILyon.Labex MILyon

About SWIM

The goal of SWIM is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on interval methods and their applications, in the broader sense, providing a forum to review and discuss the state-of-the-art in this area and fostering cross-fertilization between different approaches.

The SWIM 2016 workshop is intended to build on the success of previous editions, held in 

The workshop was initiated by the French MEA working group on Set Computation and Interval Techniques of the French research group on Automatic Control GDR MACS. The MEA group aims at promoting interval analysis techniques and applications.

SWIM 2016 is held in conjunction with REC 2016

SWIM 2016 will take place just after REC 2016, the 7th International Workshop on Reliable Engineering Computing, more precisely on Computing with Polymorphic Uncertainty, June 15-17, 2016, at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.

Call for Contributions

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Call for Contribution

SWIM 2016 - Summer Workshop on Interval Methods, Lyon, France

June 19-22, 2016

http://swim2016.sciencesconf.org/

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The goal of SWIM is to bring together researchers and practitioners working on interval methods and their applications, in the broader sense, providing a forum to review and discuss the state-of-the-art in this area and fostering cross-fertilization between different approaches.

 

* SCOPE

 

The workshop is mainly focused on theory and applications of interval methods in various disciplines, e.g.,

  • Constraint programming and global optimization
  • Computer aided proofs
  • Verification
  • Robotics
  • Planning and control
  • Data analysis

 

* SUBMISSIONS

 Submissions will start on April  11, 2016. It requires 1-2 page abstract submission according to the given template, to be found on the submission page: http://swim2016.sciencesconf.org/submission/submit .

Send you abstract (both source LateX file, and for control the resulting PDF file) to the three of us: Luc.Jaulin@ensta-bretagne.fr,Nacim.Ramdani@univ-orleans.fr,Nathalie.Revol@inria.fr 

 Submission deadline: May 16, 2016. Deadline extension until May 23, 23h59 UTC/GMT+2.

 

* SPECIAL ISSUE

 After the workshop, a special issue in an international journal will be considered.

 

* TUTORIAL by DANIEL WILCZAK

On Sunday 19 June 2016, a tutorial will be given by Daniel Wilczak about Interval Analysis in Dynamics.

This tutorial is offered free of charge but subject to registration on the Website of the workshop: http://swim2016.sciencesconf.org/

 

* PRACTICAL ISSUES, REGISTRATION and FEES

 As Lyon will host several football match of the Euro2016, hotel rooms may be difficult to book, please plan your stay well ahead of time.

 Registration opens on Monday 11 April 2016 and closes on June 5 on the Website http://swim2016.sciencesconf.org/ (You will first have to create an account on SciencesConf before being able to register for SWIM 2016.)

 Regarding fees: traditionally, there is no registration fee for accepted submissions. We are doing our best to be able to offer lunches (at the mensa) but we cannot guarantee this yet. Regarding dinners, you will have to pay for your meals on your own.

 

* ORGANIZERS

  • Luc Jaulin, ENSTA Bretagne
  • Nacim Ramdani, Université d'Orléans
  • Nathalie Revol, INRIA, University of Lyon, LIP - ENS de Lyon

 

* SPONSORS

We thank the following sponsors, which support financially SWIM 2016: 

   ENS de Lyon, GDR MACS, GDR IM, INRIA and Labex MILYON.

 

* CONTACT

e-mail to organizers: swim2016@sciencesconf.org

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