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Call for bids for the organisation of the 30th international conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming in 2024.
The ACP Executive Committee (EC) holds the annual International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP). Since the ACP plans CP conferences two years in advance, we now solicit bids for CP 2024. If you are interested in organising a future CP conference, then you need to make a proposal to the Conference Coordinator of the EC (email@example.com).
The proposal must be made by those volunteering to be Conference Chairs (CC) of the conference and volunteering to be responsible for the budget and local arrangements in the proposed city. Proposals must follow the guidelines at http://www.a4cp.org/events/conference-organisation-policy and should address in brief all the following items:
- Possible dates
- Local organisers and brief description of previous experience organising similar events
- Conference facilities and hotels (with URLs if available)
- Availability of student accommodation
- Possible social events
- Preliminary budget and financial considerations (e.g. local sponsorship, cost of the conference facilities)
- Travel information
- Support of local and national organisations
- Collocated events that might be held alongside the conference
- Any other information that might be of relevance
The CCs of a CP conference are scientifically acknowledged people in the constraint programming community. A single person can be CC, but the workload is usually best distributed over several people. The EC will select one from the proposals submitted. The EC will independently select a Programme Chair (PC) for the conference to be responsible for the technical programme.
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