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ICAPS Conference Coming to London in 2016

Posted on 23/07/2014
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We are delighted to announce that the 26th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS) will be held in London in 2016. ICAPS is the premier international conference in automated planning and scheduling, technologies at the heart of 21st century applications from smart logistics to space exploration. The bid to hold ICAPS 2016 in London was led by Andrew Coles and Daniele Magazzeni, of the Department of Informatics, who are acting as Conference Chairs. The conference organising committee additionally comprises Amanda Coles (Programme Chair) and Sara Bernardini (Local Arrangements) of the Department of Informatics, as well as a team of researchers from institutions around the world.

For further information on ICAPS visit the ICAPS website, and for 2015's ICAPS, visit the ICAPS 2015 website.

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