31. Workshop "Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren, Entwerfen"
2x. September 2018
The PuK workshop is the regular meeting of the special interest group on planning, scheduling, design and configuration within the AI section of the GI. As in previous years the PuK workshop brings together researchers and practitioners of the areas of planning, scheduling, design and configuration. It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, evaluations and experiences especially in the use of AI techniques within these application and research areas.
The general topics of interest of the PuK community include but are not limited to:
- Practical applications of configuration, planning or scheduling systems
- Architectures for planning, scheduling or configuration systems
and problem solving techniques, e.g.
domain-specific techniques; heuristic techniques; distributed problem solving; constraint-based techniques; iterative improvement; swarm intelligence; reactive techniques and user-interaction.
- Learning in the context of planning, scheduling and design.
practical use of the tools and techniques developed in the area of
planning, scheduling and configuration is of special interest to the
audience. Thus complete systems and application areas in which the
approaches are used shall be highlighted.
This focus shall also help to
the workshop to practitioners in the field, who are invited to present
practical problems and to discuss their experiences, concepts, and ideas.
It is also intended to stimulate a mutual exchange with the researchers on
our common field's future directions.
Besides this, all submissions regarding the general topics mentioned above are welcome.
08.07.2018 Papers/ Abstracts Due Date
01.08.2018 Notification of Acceptance
14.08.2018 Submission of Camera-Ready Papers (PDF)
Stefan Edelkamp, Kings College, London, UK
Lothar Hotz, University of Hamburg, D
Ulrich John, SIR Plan GmbH, Berlin, D
Thorsten Krebs, Encoway, Bremen, D
Sascha Ossowski, URJC, Madrid, E
Bernd Schattenberg, Ulm, D
René Schumann, University of Sierre, CH
Prof. Dr. Stefan Edelkamp
Department of InformaticsKings College London
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Sauer
Fak II, Department fuer Informatik
Dr. Bernd Schattenberg