GHENT, Belgium, October 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- PrInSys Lab has revealed the preliminary list of speakers and participants for Production Scheduling Seminar 2010. Focused on the most topical issues in production planning and optimization, the event will take place on November 18, 2010 in University College Ghent, Belgium. Registration for the seminar is still open.

The event will address the ways to facilitate and enhance production scheduling, with talks and presentations delivered by speakers from all over the world. It has been announced that:

- Keiji Fujii, CEO of Asprova AG, Germany, will talk about high level of lean manufacturing and the requirement for APS - Arjo Oldenbeuving, Sales Manager of Evologics NL presents the advanced planning system Preactor APS - Tony Wauters (KaHo Sint-Lieven) and Paul Verstraete (MESWare) will focus on adaptive scheduling in the food processing industry - Dr. ir. Paul Valckenaers of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven willdiscuss schedule execution and scalability - Bas van de Kerkhof of Care OES will give a presentation onscheduling and the ISA-95 standardProfessor Victor Gorelik of Dorodnicyn Computing Center of Russian Academy of Sciences will address the subject of multiobjective scheduling, and tell about solving the inconsistency of MILP scheduling problems

Production Scheduling Seminar 2010 will bring together participants from industry, software vendors, and academia. Some higher educational institutions have already confirmed their participation, including Computing Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, University College of West-Flanders, University College of Antwerp, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and KaHo Sint-Lieven. Among the companies attending the seminar will be Siemens, IBM (Ilog), MESWare, Wonderware, Rockwell Automation, DeClercq Solutions, OM Partners, Intelligen Inc., Puratos Belcolade.

To register for the seminar, fill out the form at Registration fee is 100 EUR for a participant, members of AGORIA, MESA, academic staff and students being eligible for a 50% discount. The fee for an exhibition booth (including 1 participant) comprises 250 EUR. Further information on the Production Scheduling Seminar 2010 is available at the event page. All registration fees include VAT.


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Established in 2007, the Production Information Systems Laboratory (PrInSysLab) is a research group under the Department of Business Information and ICT of the University College Ghent.

Contact: Dr. Dmitriy Borodin PrInSysLab Phone: +32-486-335-470 E-mail:


CONTACT: Contact: Dr. Dmitriy Borodin, PrInSysLab, Phone: +32-486-335-470,E-mail: