Optimization Group Meetings

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Breakfast Meetings


Breakfast meetings are informal meetings where there is a general discussion or someone presents their work. And additional goal is to have breakfast together.


  1. Send an email to the responsible of Optimization Meetings. Mention your name, your affiliation, the date, time and room, and a short summary of what you are going to talk about.
  2. Add a new entry to the table below.
  3. Bring breakfast.

History of Breakfast Meetings

Date Presenter Summary
2010-02-11 Sara Ceschia An overview of Container Loading Problems.
2010-01-21 Yuan, Zhi (Eric) Rice cooker vs. the idea of tuning.
2010-01-07 Thomas Stüztle General discussion about the optimization group.

Literature Sessions


The goal of the Literature Sessions is to examine and discuss particularly interesting papers from the research literature. For each session, one paper will be selected, there will be a short presentation (10-15 minutes) about the contents, and a discussion will ensue. Sessions will last around 40-45 minutes. Attendants should read the paper before the session in order to have a productive discussion.


  1. Book a room (ask Muriel).
  2. Send an email to the responsible of Optimization Meetings. Mention your name, your affiliation, the date, time and room, a reference to the paper and the URL where it can be obtained. Also, attach the paper in PDF.
  3. Add a new entry to the table below.

History of Literature Sessions

Date Presenter Paper discussed
2010-02-18 Sabrina M. de Oliveira A study on the use of non-parametric tests for analyzing the evolutionary algorithms' behaviour: a case study on the CEC'2005 Session on Real Parameter Optimization.
2010-02-04 Thomas Stüztle Analyzing Bandit-based Adaptive Operator Selection Mechanisms. Álvaro Fialho, Luis Da Costa, Marc Schoenauer and Michéle Sebag.
2010-01-14 Jérémie Dubois-Lacoste SATzilla: Portfolio-based Algorithm Selection for SAT. L. Xu, F. Hutter, H. H. Hoos, K. Leyton-Brown - Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, Volume 32, pp. 565-606, 2008. [1]
2009-12-11 Manuel López-Ibáñez SATenstein: Automatically Building Local Search SAT Solvers From Components. Ashiqur R. KhudaBukhsh, Lin Xu, Holger H. Hoos and Kevin Leyton-Brown - Proceedings of the 21st International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-09), pp. 517-524, 2009. [2]

Other Previous Meetings

See Minutes and agendas from previous meetings.

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