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Paper published at EvoApplications Conference in Leipzig, Germany

SAFIRE partners University of York, ATB and OAS have published a paper titled "Solving the Multi-Objective Flexible Job-Shop Scheduling Problem with Alternative Recipes for a Chemical Production Process" and presented it at the 22nd International Conference on the Applications of Evolutionary Computation (EvoApplications) at Leipzig, Germany in April 2019. EvoApplications is a part of EvoStar 2019, the Leading European Event on Bio-Inspired Computation. EvoApplications aims to show the applications of research in this field, ranging from proofs of concept to industrial case studies. The accepted version of the paper can be found here. The slide set from the presentation can be found here.

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