This forum is part of the Multidisciplinary International Conference on Scheduling: Theory and Applications (MISTA) conference series. This conference series has taken place every two years and it aims to motivate research into multidisciplinary scheduling.

This aim of this forum is to provide an area for topics that may be of interest to the scheduling community. Not all posts will be directly related to scheduling but we hope the posts are of general interest and may provide ideas or motivation for your research inteeests. If you have any comments, suggestion etc. we would welcome them.

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