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Final Program


FINAL PROGRAM
Hours Tu. (13/09/11) We. (14/09/11) Th. (15/09/11) Fr. (16/09/11) Sat. (17/09/11)
8h20-9h00 REF. ORP3-WE-1
Speaker: A. G. Arrondo
Discussant: A. Nogales-Gómez
Visit to Jerez REF. ORP3-FR-1
Speaker: D. Hou
Discussant: Y. Minchuk
REF. ORP3-SAT-1
Speaker: O. J. Ibarra-Rojas
Discussant: M. Siepak
9h00-9h40 Registration/Opening Session REF: ORP3-WE-2
Speaker: M. Hakan Akyuz
Discussant: A. G. Arrondo
REF. ORP3-FR-2
Speaker: P.G. Canbolat
Discussant: D. Hou
REF. ORP3-SAT-2
Speaker: M.A. Pozo
Discussant: O.J. Ibarra-Rojas
9h40-11h00 REF. ORP3-TU-1
Speaker: T. Bianchi
Discussant: C. Bode
REF. ORP3-WE-3
Speaker: A. Nogales-Gómez
Discussant: M.Hakan Akyuz
REF. ORP3-FR-3
Speaker: Y.Minchuk
Discussant: P.G. Canbolat
REF. ORP3-SAT-3
Speaker: M. Siepak
Discussant: M.A. Pozo
REF. ORP3-TU-2
Speaker: F.L. Usberti
Discussant: R. Masson
REF. ORP3-WE-4
Speaker: J.F.R. Herrera
Discussant: C. Dobre
REF. ORP3-FR-4
Speaker: A. Ushakov
Discussant: R. Hübner
REF. ORP3-SAT-4
Speaker: J. Schweiger
Discussant:E. Rönnberg
11h00-11h20 Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break
11h20-12h40 REF. ORP3-TU-3
Speaker: C. Bode
Discussant: E.Gussmagg-Pfliegl
REF. ORP3-WE-5
Speaker: C. Dobre
Discussant: J.F.R. Herrera
REF. ORP3-FR-5
Speaker: V. Araoz
Discussant: A. Ushakov
REF. ORP3-SAT-5
Speaker: E. Rönnberg
Discussant: J. Schweiger
REF. ORP3-TU-4
Speaker: R. Masson
Discussant: F.L. Usberti
REF. ORP3-WE-6
Speaker: M. Stiglmayr
Discussant: A. Martínez
REF. ORP3-FR-6
Speaker: R. Hübner
Discussant: V. Araoz
REF. ORP3-SAT-6
Speaker: A. Violin
Discussant: F.J. Martín-Campo
12h40-14h00 Tutorial I
Combinatorial Optim.
Francisco Barahona
Chairman: Antonio M. Rodríguez-Chía
Tutorial II
Global Optimization
Panos Pardalos
Chairman: Eligius Hendrix
Tutorial III
Game Theory
Ignacio García
Chairman: Justo Puerto
REF. ORP3-SAT-7
Speaker: F.J. Martín-Campo
Discussant: A. Violin
Closing Session
14h00-15h30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
15h30-17h30 REF. ORP3-TU-5
Speaker: E.Gussmagg-Pfliegl
Discussant: T. Bianchi-Aguiar
REF. ORP3-WE-7
Speaker: M. M. Baldi
Discussant: R. Stephan
REF. ORP3-TH-1
Speaker: J. Gunnar Carlsson
Discussant: L. Evers
REF. ORP3-FR-7
Speaker: C. Schrage
Discussant: C.O. López
REF. ORP3-TU-6
Speaker: C. Raack
Discussant: L. Turner
REF. ORP3-WE-8
Speaker: R. Stephan
Discussant: M.M. Baldi
REF. ORP3-TH-2
Speaker: A. Raith
Discussant: G. Tirado
REF. ORP3-FR-8
Speaker: C.O. López
Discussant: M. Kvet
REF. ORP3-TU-7
Speaker: L. Turner
Discussant: C. Raack
REF. ORP3-WE-9
Speaker: A. Martínez
Discussant: M. Stiglmayr
REF. ORP3-TH-3
Speaker: G. Tirado
Discussant: A. Raith
REF. ORP3-FR-9
Speaker: M. Kvet
Discussant: C. Schrage
17h30-17h50 Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break
17h50-19h50 Seminar I
Location and Routing
Á. Corberán & A. Marín
Chairman: Gerhard Reinelt
REF. ORP3-WE-10
Speaker: L. Evers
Discussant: J.Gunnar Carlsson
Seminar II
Transportation and logistics
M. Labbé & S. Nickel
Chairman: Francisco Saldanha
Seminar III
Continuous Optimization
E. Carrizosa
Chairman: Antonio M. Rodríguez-Chía




19h50-20h50 Welcome Reception City tour & Dinner Dinner Conference Dinner

The scientific program includes three tutorials and three seminars, dedicated to specific issues:


Tutorial I: Combinatorial Optimization.
On some applications of Combinatorial Optimization
Francisco Barahona. IBM Watson Research Center, New York.
Chairman: Antonio M. Rodríguez Chía, University of Cádiz, Spain


Tutorial II: Global Optimization.
From local to global in Numerical Optimization
Panos Pardalos, University of Florida, USA.
Chairman: Eligius Hendrix, Wageningen University, Netherlands


Tutorial III: Game Theory.
Game Theory
Ignacio García-Jurado. Universidad de la Coruña.
Chairman: Justo Puerto, University of Sevilla, Spain


Seminar I: Location and Routing problem.
Routing problems
Ángel Corberán, Universidad de Valencia.
An overview of Discrete Location
Alfredo Marín, Universidad de Murcia.
Chairman: Gerhard Reinelt, University of Heidelberg, Germany


Seminar II: Transportation and logistics.
Bilevel programming and price optimization problems in transportation and production planning
Martine Labbé, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
Location problems in Supply chain management
Stefan Nickel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Chairman: Francisco Saldanha, University of Lisbon, Portugal


Seminar III: Continuous Optimization
Optimizing dc functions. Methods and applications
E. Carrizosa, Universidad de Sevilla
Chairman: Antonio M. Rodríguez Chía



TALKS AND SPEAKERS


Tuesday 13: Combinatorial and Network Optimization. Location & Routing
ORP3-TU-1 Vehicle routing for mixed solid waste collection - comparing alternative hierarchical formulations. T. Bianchi-Aguiar
ORP3-TU-2 On the complexity and heuristic methods for a new arc routing problem. F.L. Usberti
ORP3-TU-3 Cut-first branch-and-price-second for the capacitated arc-routing problem. C. Bode
ORP3-TU-4 An adaptive large neighborhood search for the pickup and delivery problem with transfers. R. Masson
ORP3-TU-5 Mail-delivery problems with park-and-loop tours: a heuristic approach. E. Gussmagg-Pfliegl
ORP3-TU-6 Affine recourse for the robust network design problem: between static and dynamic routing. C. Raack
ORP3-TU-7 Variants of shortest path problems. L. Turner

Wednesday 14: Location. Global and Combinatorial Optimization.
ORP3-WE-1 Fixed or variable demand? Does it matter when locating a facility? A.G. Arrondo
ORP3-WE-2 Allocation and location space based branch and bound algorithms for the capacitated multi-facility Weber Problem. M. Hakan Akyüz
ORP3-WE-3 Single-facility Huff location problems on networks. A DC approach. A. Nogales-Gómez
ORP3-WE-4 On generating robust solutions of quadratically constrained bi-blending recipe design. J.F.R. Herrera
ORP3-WE-5 An improved semidefinite programming relaxation for max k-equipartition. C. Dobre
ORP3-WE-6 Multicriteria allocation problem. M. Stiglmayr
ORP3-WE-7 The three-dimensional knapsack problem with balancing constraints. M.M. Baldi.
ORP3-WE-8 Characterization of facets of the hop constrained chain polytope via Dynamic Programming. R. Stephan.
ORP3-WE-9 Nesting problems: mixed integer formulations and valid inequalities. A. Martínez
ORP3-WE-10 Robust UAV mission planning. L. Evers

Thursday 15: Transportation and Logistics.
ORP3-TH-1 Robust partitioning for stochastic multi-vehicle routing. J. Gunnar Carlsson
ORP3-TH-2 Solving multi-objective traffic assignment. A. Raith
ORP3-TH-3 Heuristics for a stochastic and dynamic routing problem in industrial shipping. G. Tirado

Friday 16: Game Theory. Discrete and Continuous Optimization
ORP3-FR-1 Convexity and the shapley value in Bertrand oligopoly TU-games. D. Hou
ORP3-FR-2 A stochastic R&D competition where ``winner takes all''. P.G. Canbolat
ORP3-FR-3 Ranking asymmetric auctions. Y. Minchuk
ORP3-FR-4 A lagrangean heuristic for a nonlinear minsum facility location problem. A. Ushakov
ORP3-FR-5 Semi-lagrangean approach for price discovery in markets with non-convexities. V. Araoz
ORP3-FR-6 When is rounding allowed? A new approach to integer nonlinear optimization. R. Hübner
ORP3-FR-7 Conjugate duality of set--valued functions. C. Schrage
ORP3-FR-8 A heuristic for the circle packing problem with a variety of containers. C.O. Lopez
ORP3-FR-9 Approximate solving of large p-median problems. M. Kvet

Saturday 17: Scheduling. Integer and Continuous Optimization
ORP3-SAT-1 Integrating synchronization bus timetabling and single-depot single-type vehicle scheduling. O.J. Ibarra-Rojas
ORP3-SAT-2 Locating optimal timetables and vehicle schedules in a transit line. M.A. Pozo
ORP3-SAT-3 Solution algorithms for uncertain R||Σ Ci problem with interval processing times. M. Siepak
ORP3-SAT-4 Multistage Stochastic Programming in strategic telecommunication network planning. J. Schweiger
ORP3-SAT-5 Column generation in the Integral Simplex Method. E. Rönnberg
ORP3-SAT-6 A network pricing formulation for the revenue maximization of European Air Navigation service providers. A. Violin
ORP3-SAT-7 A mixed 0-1 nonlinear approach for the collision avoidance in ATM: Velocity changes through a time horizon. F.J. Martín-Campo



Social Program


There are two programmed visits in Jerez de la Frontera, a rich countryside of Cádiz situated between the sea and the mountains which is famous throughout the world by its wines and horses.


· A visit of the sherry winery Bodega Gonzales Byass (Tio Pepe). This historic and monumental site is one of Europe's most visited vineyards. It offers an unforgettable journey through the world of wine, lasting an hour an a half. The Tío Pepe train carries visitors around buildings which are hundreds of years old, including the vineyards, stills and magnificent gardens. Websites: Gonzalez-Byass and Bodegas Tío Pepe.

· A visit of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, enjoying the "How the Andalusian Horses Dance" show (duration about 1 hour 30 min), an equestrian ballet accompanied by totally Spanish music and 18th Century style costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classic Dressage, Doma Vaquera and the daily chores of traditional equestrian work. Website: Real Escuela.

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