The Mixed Integer Programming Society (MIPS) is a section of the Mathematical Optimization Society (MOS) that promotes continuity of the MIP community and events within it. In particular, it supports the organization of the annual MIP workshops and assists in the dissemination of online seminars such as Discrete Optimization Talks.
What is MIP?
Mixed integer programming (MIP) is a research discipline that deals with mathematical optimization problems with (finitely many) continuous or discrete decision variables. While continuous variables can take on any real value within their specified bounds, discrete variables can only take on integer values. This combination of continuous and discrete variables provides a very powerful framework that can be used to model and solve a variety of real-world problems.
The Mixed Integer Programming Workshop is an annual single-track workshop highlighting the latest trends in mixed-integer programming and discrete optimization, with speakers chosen by invitation, and poster presentations open to students and postdoctoral researchers. It brings together researchers, students, and industry actors from around the globe, fostering collaboration and providing a showcase for students, early career academics, and developments in industry and novel applications.
- MIP Workshop 2023: University of Southern CaliforniaGonzalo Muñoz (Chair), Georgina Hall, Joey Huchette, Joseph Paat, Emily Speakman
- MIP Workshop 2022: DIMACSYuri Faenza (chair), Margarida Carvalho, Andrés Goméz, Gonzalo Muñoz, Stefan Weltge
- MIP Workshop 2021: virtualCarla Michini (chair), Yuan Zhou (chair), Timo Berthold, Yuri Faenza, Robert Hildebrand
- MIP Workshop 2020: virtualCarla Michini (chair), Yuan Zhou (chair), Timo Berthold, Yuri Faenza, Robert Hildebrand
- MIP Workshop 2019: MITAlejandro Toriello (chair), Daniel Dadush, Miles Lubin, Carla Michini, Yuan Zhou
- MIP Workshop 2018: ClemsonGiacomo Nannicini (chair), Philipp Christophel, Simge Küçükyavuz, Ruth Misener, Alejandro Toriello
- MIP Workshop 2017: HEC MontréalFatma Kılınç-Karzan (chair), Merve Bodur, Daniel Espinoza, Andrea Lodi, Giacomo Nannicini
- MIP Workshop 2016: U MiamiAlberto del Pia (chair), Sanjeeb Dash, Fatma Kılınç-Karzan, Dan Steffy, Kati Wolter
- MIP Workshop 2015: U ChicagoJim Ostrowski (chair), Jeff Linderoth, Sebastian Pokutta, Domenico Salvagnin, Siqian Shen
- MIP Workshop 2014: Ohio StateAmitabh Basu (chair), Tobias Achterberg, Jon Lee, Susan Margulies, Jim Ostrowski
- MIP Workshop 2013: Wisconsin-MadisonJim Luedtke (chair), Amitabh Basu, Daniel Bienstock, Alberto Del Pia, Santanu Dey
- MIP Workshop 2012: UC DavisJuan Pablo Vielma (chair), Claudia D'Ambrosio, Matthias Köppe, Jim Luedtke, François Margot
- MIP Workshop 2011: WaterlooTed Ralphs (chair), Shabbir Ahmed, Ricardo Fukasawa, Juan Pablo Vielma, Giacomo Zambelli
- MIP Workshop 2010: Georgia TechShabbir Ahmed (chair), Ismael Regis de Farias Jr., Ricardo Fukasawa, Matthias Köppe, Andrea Lodi
- MIP Workshop 2009: BerkeleyAlper Atamtürk (chair), Pierre Bonami, Ismael Regis de Farias Jr., Jesus De Loera, Simge Küçükyavuz
- MIP Workshop 2008: ColumbiaSimge Küçükyavuz, Quentin Louveaux, Andrew Miller, Gabor Pataki, Jean-Philippe Richard
- MIP Workshop 2007: CRM MontréalOktay Günlük, Matthias Köppe, Andrew Miller, Jean-Philippe Richard
- MIP Workshop 2006: MiamiOktay Günlük, Jeff Linderoth, Andrea Lodi, François Margot
- MIP Workshop 2005: MinnesotaAlper Atamtürk, Daniel Bienstock, Sanjeeb Dash, Adam Letchford, Jeff Linderoth
- MIP Workshop 2003: ColumbiaDaniel Bienstock
Discrete Optimization Talks
The first edition of our newsletter "MIP Insights" is available here:
MIPS acts in accordance with its bylaws.
All participants to one of the last three MIP workshops are automatically enrolled as members of the society. Membership expires after three years from the last MIP participation. You can also request to be a member, or to be deleted from the list of current members, by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.