! DUE TO THE THREAT THROUGH THE CORONA VIRUS, WE HAVE DECIDED TO POSTPONE THE WORKSHOP TO A LATER DATE! Information on the new date will be published as soon as it is established.
"Second International Workshop on High-Performance Business Computing and GOR-B-Business Informatics-Conference" from March 26-27, 2020 at Paderborn University
The workshop is at the same time a meeting of the GOR working group Business Informatics, but also explicitly addresses all other GOR working groups for whom parallel algorithms are important.
Please find further/updated information on the event here.
Call for Papers
The primary objective of this workshop is the presentation and discussion of the design, implementation, computational evaluation, and application of parallel algorithms in modern high-performance computing (HPC) environments for solving problems in business-oriented fields, including management science, operations research, data analytics, business administration, and economics.
We invite submissions related to solving computationally intensive and business-oriented problems in a broad range of application fields, including (but not limited to) transportation, traffic, logistics, production, finance, marketing, energy, health, and social networks.
Please, send your all inquiries, submissions (title and abstract with a maximum length of 400 words), and registrations to hpbc2020(at)campus.uni-paderborn(dot)de.
Submission of abstracts: 08 February, 2020
Notification of acceptance: 15 February, 2020
Deadline for registration: 20 March, 2020
No registration fees apply but travel expenses need to be covered by participants.
Please, also note the EURO Practice of OR working group conference Challenges in the deployment of OR projects.
The Call for Papers is available as a pdf-file here.
The workshop will be held at Paderborn University.
Prof. Dr. Guido Schryen (Paderborn University)
Prof. Dr. Christian Plessl (Paderborn University)
Prof. Dr. Oliver Müller (Paderborn University)
Prof. Dr. Natalia Kliewer (Freie Universität Berlin)
Prof. Dr. Ralf Borndörfer (Zuse Institute Berlin)
Prof. Dr. Thorsten Koch (Zuse Institute Berlin)