MAPSP 2017
Seeon Abbey  Germany
12th-16th June

photo by Tanja Ghirardini Photography

Welcome to MAPSP 2017

MAPSP is a biennial workshop dedicated to all theoretical and practical aspects of scheduling, planning, and timetabling.

The 13th Workshop on Models and Algorithms for Planning and Scheduling Problems (MAPSP 2017) will be organized in Seeon-Seebruck in the week 12th-16th of June 2017.
Seeon-Seebruck is a small and picturesque town in Chiemgau in Upper Bavaria at the foothills of the Alps, about six kilometers north of Lake Chiemsee.

Information on previous editions of the workshop can be found at

The Program Committee

Antonios Antoniadis           Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany
Dirk Briskorn           University of Wuppertal, Germany
Tobias Harks           University of Augsburg, Germany
Pontus Ekberg           Uppsala University, Sweden
Sungjin Im           University of California Merced, USA
Csanad Imreh           University of Szeged, Hungary
Thomas Kesselheim           Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, Germany
Janardhan Kulkarni           Duke University, USA
Bodo Manthey           University of Twente, Netherlands
Nicole Megow           University of Bremen, Germany
Julian Mestre           University of Sydney, Australia
Leen Stougie (chair)           Vrije University, Netherlands
Ola Svensson           EPFL, Switzerland

The Organizing Committee

Susanne Albers           TU Munich, Germany
Nicole Megow           University of Bremen, Germany
Andreas S. Schulz           TU Munich, Germany

Important dates

Call for papers              TBA
Conference              12-16 June 2017


The details of registration will appear later.

Scientific Program

Invited Speakers

Nikhil Bansal
Eindhoven University of Technology

Monika Henzinger
University of Vienna

Rolf Möhring
BJC-SEC Beijing / TU Berlin

Bernhard Häupler
Carnegie Mellon University

Jochen Könemann
University of Waterloo


We intend to follow the traditional MAPSP setting. It will be a five day conference, starting on Monday morning and ending on Friday after lunch. Participants are expected to arrive on Sunday afternoon/evening. There will be one invited lecture per day, and contributed talks will be given in three parallel sessions. We intend to have enough “free” time between the talks for discussions and social activities.

The detailed program will appear later.


Seeon Abbey

The workshop will take place in Seeon Abbey (Kloster Seeon in German), a more than 1000 year old, beautifully restored monastery on an island in a picturesque lake. There is plenty of space for sitting outside, both in the courtyard and directly at the lake. Bikes can be rented. A small beach with lawn and deck-chairs is available.


Impressum:  Nicole Megow
Zentrum Mathematik M9 Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstraße 3
Webdesign:  Marek Adamczyk 85747 Garching bei München
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