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EPSRC Reference: GR/S42521/01
Title: European travel funding to enable the MOSAIC research centre to gain EU Framework Programme 6 funding for optimisation research
Principal Investigator: Cowling, Professor PI
Other Investigators:
Yu, Professor H Aickelin, Professor U Dahal, Professor KP
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Department: Computing
Organisation: University of Bradford
Scheme: Overseas Travel Grants Pre-FEC
Starts: 16 February 2003 Ends: 15 August 2004 Value (£): 12,311
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Artificial Intelligence
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
Information Technologies
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The four permanent members of the recently-formed MOSAIC research centre at the University of Bradford bring together excellence in several research areas of scheduling, heuristic optimisation, control and simulation, as well as experience of collaborating with and working in a variety of industries (software consultancy, steel scheduling, healthcare management/scheduling, personnel scheduling, power systems scheduling, maintenance scheduling, retail management, port management, electronics assembly, banking, insurance). Research of this type is of interest to both the UK research funding councils and the European Union Framework programmes. The EPSRC has funded many proposals of MOSAIC centre members and others in these areas in recent years, including the lnterdiscipllnary Scheduling Network.
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