04 Jun 06 Jun
Summer Workshop on Interval Methods

SWIM 2024

The Summer Workshop on Interval Methods provides a platform for researchers working on or with interval methods and their applications. 

We encourage all researchers to use the conference as a forum for lively discussion of current research and the latest techniques. Therefore, not only fully elaborated new results, but also reports on ongoing research activities and review papers summarizing previous work are welcome. Research applying interval methods to problems in artificial intelligence are particularly encouraged.

To ensure the visibility of our workshop, peer-reviewed full papers of accepted and presented abstracts will be collected and published after SWIM.


SWIM 2024 has been made possible by the financial support of the Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs Limburg (SWOL) through the Universiteitsfonds Limburg, and the Netherlands Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS) and Platform Wiskunde Nederland (PWN).

Scope and topics

SWIM aims at gathering researchers working on interval methods and related numerical approaches, from theoretical advances to applications. The goal is to review the state-of-the-art in the field. Topics include, but are not limited to:

Registration / abstract submission

Register for SWIM2024 and/or submit an abstract.

Submission requirements

  • Registered participants may submit one or more abstracts in PDF format
  • Include: Author(s) including presenting author, title, keywords, file, appropriate list of references
  • Submit an abstract (2-4 pages) prepared according to the templates:

Authors with accepted abstracts will be informed before 03 May about an expected publication of the proceedings of extended papers of SWIM 2024 (after the closing of SWIM 2024).

Download abstracts

Download all submitted abstracts (pdf)



SWIM 2024 is organised by Maastricht University's Department of Advanced Computing Sciences. The Department of Advanced Computing Sciences - sometimes abbreviated as DACS - is Maastricht University’s largest and oldest department broadly covering the fields of artificial intelligence, data science, computer science, mathematics and robotics.

Local organisation

Pieter Collins | Assistant Professor

Program committee

  • Pieter Collins, Maastricht University (NL)
  • Luc Jaulin, ENSTA-Bretagne (FR)
  • Andreas Rauh, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg (DE)
  • Nathalie Revol: INRIA - ENS Lyon (FR)

Travel / Stay

By train/bus

By car


Maastricht is on the E25 highway.

By plane


Maastricht is easily accessibly from Eindhoven Airport. Other regional airports include Amsterdam, Brussels, Charleroi, Düsseldorf, Köln/Bonn and Weeze.


Local transportation


The public transport service in Maastricht and South Limburg is provided by Arriva. The workshop venue is next to bus stop 'Endepolsdomain' (Bus 10: Centre and Station), and a short walk from bus stops 'Forum MECC' and 'Station Randwyck' and the train station 'Maastricht Randwyck'.


  • NH hotel
  • Van der Valk hotel
  • Novotel



Maastricht University
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Department of Advanced Computing Sciences
Paul-Henri Spaaklaan 1
6229 EN, Maastricht
The Netherlands

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