International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming

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The International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP) is a gathering of Artificial intelligence, Computer science and Operations Research researchers and practitioners focused on the theory and practice of Constraint programming.[1]. It is organized by the Association for Constraint Programming[2]. The conference proceedings are edited by Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science and indexed in the independent Digital Bibliography & Library Project[3].

The conference has an acceptance ratio that usually varies between 20 and 40% of the submitted papers[4]. It is currently ranked as an "A" conference by CORE, the Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia[5] and is ranked A2 in Qualis[6].

Awards[edit]

During the CP conference, five awards may be delivered:

  • The Excellence in Research award[7] is given to CP researchers who have made exceptional and very influential research contributions to Constraint Programming with their work. It is given every two years, alternating with the Distinguished Service Award.
  • The Distinguished Service Award[8] is given to community members who have made exceptional contributions to the Constraint Programming community. Areas of service could include, but are not limited to: association service, service as an editor, conference organisation, representation of Constraint Programming in other organizations, etc, resulting in positive effects on the field of CP. It is given every two years, alternating with the Excellence in Research Award.
  • The Doctoral Research Award[9] to a promising young researcher working in the area of constraint programming and who defended his/her thesis between January and December of the previous two years. The award, in the form of a certificate, is presented at the CP conference, where the winning researcher gives a talk on the topic of his/her doctoral dissertation. This award can also be delivered with an Honorable Mention to a second thesis.
  • Two other awards, the Best Paper Award and the Best Student Paper Award can be delivered every year to the authors of the highest quality papers authored respectively by experienced scientists or students. These awards can also be delivered to additional papers with a Distinguished mention.

Organization[edit]

The conference is organized by the Association for Constraint Programming, an international scientific association implemented as a French non profit association[10]

Upcoming conferences[edit]

Conference Year City Country Date
CP2020 2020 Louvain-la-Neuve  Belgium September 7-11

List of past conferences[edit]

Conference Year City Country
CP2019 2019 Stamford  USA
CP2018 2018 Lille  France
CP2017 2017 Melbourne  Australia
CP2016 2016 Toulouse  France
CP2015 2015 Cork  Ireland
CP2014 2014 Lyon  France
CP2013 2013 Uppsala  Sweden
CP2012 2012 Quebec City  Canada
CP2011 2011 Perugia  Italy
CP2010 2010 St Andrews  Scotland
CP2009 2009 Lisbon  Portugal
CP2008 2008 Sydney  Australia
CP2007 2007 Providence  USA
CP2006 2006 Nantes  France
CP2005 2005 Sitges  Spain
CP2004 2004 Toronto  Canada
CP2003 2003 Kinsale  Ireland
CP2002 2002 Ithaca  USA
CP2001 2001 Paphos  Cyprus
CP2000 2000 Singapore  Singapore
CP99 1999 Alexandria  USA
CP98 1998 Pisa  Italy
CP97 1997 Schloss Hagenberg  Austria
CP96 1996 Cambridge  USA
CP'95 1995 Cassis  France


See also[edit]

  • The list of computer science conferences contains other academic conferences in computer science.

References[edit]

  1. "CP in the list of top computer science conferences". Guide2Research. Retrieved 7 Oct 2019.
  2. "About the ACP". www.a4cp.org. ACP. Retrieved 4 Oct 2019.
  3. "CP proceedings in DBLP". DBLP. Retrieved 7 Oct 2019.
  4. "CP acceptance ratios". Adaptive Toolbox. Retrieved 7 Oct 2019.
  5. "CP in CORE". Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia. Retrieved 7 Oct 2019.
  6. "CP in Qualis" (PDF). Brazilian ministry of education. Retrieved 8 Oct 2019.
  7. "ACP Excellence in Research Award". Retrieved 4 Oct 2019.
  8. "ACP Distinguished Service Award". Retrieved 4 Oct 2019.
  9. "ACP Doctoral Research Award". Retrieved 4 Oct 2019.
  10. "ACP association reference". French government. Retrieved 7 Oct 2019.

External links[edit]


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