10th Workshop on Algorithmic Approaches for Transportation Modelling, Optimization, and Systems
9th September 2010
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Since 2000, the series of ATMOS workshops brings together researchers and practitioners who are interested in all aspects of algorithmic methods and models for transportation optimization and provides a forum for the exchange and dissemination of new ideas and techniques. Transportation networks give rise to very complex and large-scale network optimization problems requiring innovative solution techniques and ideas from mathematical optimization, theoretical computer science, and operations research. Applicable tools and concepts include those from graph and network algorithms, combinatorial optimization, approximation and online algorithms, stochastic and robust optimization. The scope of the workshop comprises all modes of transportation.
Call for Papers
Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract or full paper of at most 12 pages. The paper should contain a succinct statement of the issues and of their motivation, a summary of the main results, and a brief explanation of their significance, accessible to non-specialist readers. Proofs omitted due to space constraints can be put into an appendix to be read by the program committee members at their discretion.
Papers must be submitted electronically at the EasyChair submission server. The submission must be received by 23:59 (GMT) on June 12, 2010. Each accepted paper must be presented at the workshop by one of the authors.
Final Version due: August 22, 2010
Workshop: September 9, 2010
Submission Deadline: June 12, 2010
Notification to Authors: July 12, 2010
We invite papers for presentation at the workshop on optimization problems for passenger and freight transport, including, but not limited to:
- Infrastructure Planning
- Vehicle Scheduling
- Crew and Duty Scheduling
- Routing in Road Networks
- Novel Applications of Route Planning Techniques
- Demand Forecasting
- Design of Tariff Systems
- Delay Management
- Mobile Applications
- Humanitarian Logistics
- Simulation Tools
- Line Planning
- Timetable Generation
- Routing and Platform Assignment
Of particular interest are: the successful integration of several (sub)problems or planning stages, algorithms operating in an online/realtime or stochastic setting, and heuristic approaches (including approximation algorithms) for real-world instances.
- Gabriele Di Stefano, University of L'Aquila
- Thomas Erlebach (co-chair), University of Leicester
- Andrea Lodi, University of Bologna
- Marco Lübbecke (co-chair), TU Darmstadt
- Matúš Mihaľák, ETH Zurich
- Petra Mutzel, TU Dortmund
- Louis-Martin Rousseau, Polytechnique Montreal
- Heiko Schilling, TomTom NV
- Peter Sanders, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
- Maria Grazia Speranza, University of Brescia
- Frits Spieksma, KU Leuven