As TTC is a contest and not a workshop or conference, it has a rather unusual format. The morning of the contest will be used to score the solutions to the State Elimination case and the FamiliesToPersons case. The afternoon of the contest will be used to score solutions to the Smart Grid case and the live contest (a transformation problem that will be announced on Monday 17th July). The purpose of the morning and afternoon sessions is the same: to present your solution, score the solutions of others, and to determine an overall winner in each category.
All day - the conference venue offers plenty of public work stations that can be used as a hackspace for you to work on your solutions to the live contest, or to talk about transformations with other contestants and TTC organisers.
Introduction to the State Elimination case study
NMF - Georg Hinkel
Opponents: Daniel Strüber, Mohammadreza Sharbaf et al.
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Introduction to the FamiliesToPersons case study
Introduction to the Smart Grid case study
|14.40||Introduction to the Live Contest and solutions Slides|
|16.00||Awards and Wrap Up|