Discrete Optimization Talks (DOTs)

A virtual seminar series from the Mixed Integer Programming Society (MIPS), a technical section of the Mathematical Optimization Society.

DOTs are virtual discrete optimization talks, with a typical format of two thirty-minute talks on topics including theoretical, computational, and applied aspects of integer and combinatorial optimization.

A special feature of DOTs is the social component, in the form of informal discussion and breakout rooms taking place immediately after the talks.

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