Gregor Hendel built and maintained the website until January 2020. He ensured that everyone has very easy access to the best known solutions and as much information as possible about the instances. The new maintainers wish to thank him for his hard work!
The committee that discussed and compiled the MIPLIB 2017 in alphabetic order:
The commitee would like to express their gratitude to the colleagues and researchers around the world who have contributed their models to the current MIPLIB:
Alexandra M Newman, Andrea Arias, Andreas Bärmann, Andrew Stamps, Antonio Frangioni, Austin Buchanan, Balabhaskar Balasundaram, Berk Ustun, Cezar Augusto Nascimento e Silva, Christian Liebchen, Christopher Daniel Richards, Christopher Hojny, Dan Hiroshige, Koichi Fujii, Dan Neiman, Daniel Bienstock, Daniel Heinlein, Daniel Rehfeldt, Dimitri Papageorgiou, Domenico Salvagnin, Felix Cebulla, Felix J L Willamowski, Gavin Goodall, George Fonseca, Gerald Gamrath, Gerald Lach, Gleb Belov, Hans Mittelmann, Haroldo Gambini Santos, Hsiang-Yun Wu, Irv Lustig, Janos Hoener, Jeff Linderoth, Jesus Rodriguez, Jonathan Eckstein, Jordi Castro, Joshua Friedman, Juan Javier Dominguez Moreno, Koichi Fujii, Laurent Sorber, Manuel Iori, Marc Pfetsch, Mark Husted, Matias Soerensen, Michael Bastubbe, Michael Winkler, Paula Carroll, Pelin Damci-Kurt, Philipp Leise, Pierre Le Bodic, Qie He, Rob Pratt, Salim Haddadi, Sascha Kurz, Sean MacDermant, Shunji Umetani, Simon Bowly, Simon Felix, Siwei Sun, Stephan Beyer, Sujayandra Vaddagiri, Tamas Terlaky, Timo Berthold, Toni Sorrell, Utz-Uwe Haus, Yoshihiro Kanno
We thank all researchers that have contributed improving and optimal solutions to MIPLIB 2017:
Alkis Vazacopoulos, Andrea Tramontani, Ed Klotz, Edward Rothberg, Fabio Traversa, Frederic Didier, Gregor Hendel, Hans Mittelmann, Ishibashi Yasumi, Joshua Friedman, Kengo Nakamura, Philipp Christophel, Rob Pratt, Robert Ashford, Robert Bixby, Shunsuke Kamiya, Yuji Koguma, Yuji Shinano