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July 13-14 2017
CompSust-2017: Doctoral Consortium on Computational Sustainability
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

The CompSust-2017 Doctoral Consortium focuses on computational methods for balancing environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. The main goal of CompSust-2017 is to promote discussion and networking among students and researchers, to give the participants a chance to hear about relevant computational techniques and how they are applied in sustainability applications, and to provide students and junior researchers opportunities to present their own work as posters and get feedback. Through tutorials, panels and discussions, and poster sessions, the program will investigate the major problem domains that impact global sustainability and the fundamental computational methods that support advances in these domains.


July 6-8 2016
CompSust-2016: 4th International Conference on Computational Sustainability
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

The CompSust-2016 conference focuses on computational methods for balancing environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. The main goal of CompSust-2016 is to promote networking, collaborations, and discussion among computational sustainability researchers from academia, NGOs, and government institutions. The conference brings together academics and practitioners. Through talks, panels and discussions, poster sessions, and invited talks, the conference program will investigate the major problem domains that impact global sustainability, those technologies and processes that offer the greatest opportunities to increase sustainability in these domains, and the fundamental computational methods that support these technologies and processes.


July 4-6 2012
CompSust'12: 3rd International Conference on Computational Sustainability
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The conference focuses on computational methods for balancing environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. Through talks, discussions, poster sessions, and invited talks, the conference program will investigate the major problem domains that impact global sustainability, those technologies and processes that offer the greatest opportunity to increase sustainability in these domains, and the fundamental computational methods that support these technologies and processes. CompSust'12 will also introduce a new Master Class component, providing high level tutorials in mainstream computational sustainability research directions.


December 16-17, 2011
Machine Learning for Sustainability Workshop at NIPS 2011
Sirra Nevada, Spain

The Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, which is the premier scientific meeting on Neural Computation, will feature a Machine Learning for Sustainability Workshop. Chaired by ICS Deputy Director Thomas Dietterich and J. Zico Kolter and Matthew Brown, the workshop will bring together researchers from both the machine learning and sustainability application fields to build upon recent work in applying machine learning to problems of sustainaibility, spanning applications in energy, environmental management, and climate modeling.


August 7-11, 2011
Computational Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence: A Special Track of the 25th Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-11)
San Francisco, California

The 25th Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-11) features a special track on Computational Sustainability and Artificial Intelligence (CompSustAI). The conference brings together Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers, practitioners, scientists, and engineers in related disciplines. The CompSustAI special track recognizes that Artificial Intelligence can play a key role in addressing challenges in computational sustainability.


July 18, 2011
AI for an Intelligent Planet: An IJCAI 2011 Workshop
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

The International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) is the main international gathering of researchers in AI. The AI for an Intelligent Planet workshop at IJCAI 2011 aims to explore the research challenges and opportunities associated with the quest for a more intelligent and sustainable planet, to identify unique issues of this domain and what new techniques may be needed, and to provide a platform for sharing best-practices and discussion.


June 28-30, 2010
CompSust'10: 2nd International Conference on Computational Sustainability
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The conference focuses on computational methods for balancing environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. Through talks, discussions, poster sessions, and workshops, the conference program will investigate the major problem domains that impact global sustainability, those technologies and processes that offer the greatest opportunity to increase sustainability in these domains, and the fundamental computational methods that support these technologies and processes. Participants include representatives from national and international research institutions and government agencies.


September 20, 2009
CROCS-09: 1st International Workshop on Constraint Reasoning and Optimization for Computational Sustainability
Lisbon, Portugal

The goal of this half-day workshop, to be held in conjunction with th CP-09 conference, is to bring together interested researchers in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas, presentation of recent or preliminary results, and discussion of promising directions for the use of computational methods to tackle a variety of challenging sustainability problems. While the main focus of this workshop will be on computational methods related to constraint programming (CP) and constraint optimization, the workshop is also open to other computational areas and techniques relevant to sustainability problems.


June 8-11, 2009
CompSust09: 1st International Conference on Computational Sustainability
Cornell University

The conference focuses on computational methods for balancing environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. The program includes talks, discussion and poster sessions, and a workshop on Managing Uncertainty for Sustainable Resource Use. Participants include representatives from national and international research institutions and government agencies.



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