MiniZinc: Towards a standard CP modelling language was published at the International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming 2007 in Providence, RI, USA.
This ten year anniversary is a great opportunity to reflect on the current state and the future of the MiniZinc system – even more so since the CP conference is coming to Melbourne!
We are organising a half-day workshop that is open to anyone interested in MiniZinc. The workshop will include presentations on the history and discussions about the future of the system. We strive for a strong workshop flavour, with ample time allocated to discussion.
We encourage all kinds of contributions to the workshop: you can talk about appliations you built with MiniZinc, what additional features you would like, how you use MiniZinc in education, how you connected new solvers, etc.
In order to contribute, please email an abstract to email@example.com by August 18th, 2017.
Guido Tack, Monash University, Australia
Peter J. Stuckey, University of Melbourne, Australia