Monday 1st June, 2015
5:30pm to 7:00pm
UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes.
Scheduling Research Professional
Tomas Muller is a scheduling research professional at Purdue University and a founding partner at UniTime LLC. His research interests include optimization, constraint programming and constraint-based timetabling and scheduling. He is a technical lead and a main developer of the university timetabling system UniTime. He is also the author of the local search based solver that is used for course timetabling, examination timetabling and student scheduling in UniTime.
Zuzana Mullerova is a founding partner at UniTime LLC. She provides support of UniTime outside of Purdue University and is our technical writer. She is actively involved in implementing UniTime at a number of institutions literally around the world, providing consultations, trainings, documentation etc. She has been the timetabler at the College of Informatics at Masaryk University for the past two years and provides user support for timetabling at the other colleges there that use UniTime.
Senior Systems Analyst/Engineer
Stephanie Schluttenhofer is a graduate of Purdue University, after graduation she spent several years at Bell Labs before returning to Purdue. She currently works for Purdue in the office of Space Management and Academic Scheduling focused on improving course and student scheduling processes. Ms. Schluttenhofer is a founding member of UniTime LLC, a company that develops computerized solutions and consults on advanced timetabling and scheduling problems. Ms. Schluttenhofer participated in the IMS Global Learning Consortium effort to define the IMS Course Planning and Scheduling Specification - Version 1.0 Candidate Final Specification which defines a standard interface to allow communication between student information systems and course/student scheduling systems.
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