Tuesday 28th november & Wednesday 29th november, 2023
EDF Lab Paris-Saclay, Palaiseau, France
Abstracts Submissions PGMODAYS 2023
Submissions on all aspects of optimization and operations research, theoretical or applied, and their interfaces with data sciences, are welcome.
A typical invited session consists of one block of 3 talks of 30 minutes each. Longer invited sessions with 6 talks may also be considered if the topic justifies it.
The topics of this conference include :
✓continuous optimization (convex and non-convex, non-smooth...)
✓optimization of large systems (decomposition-coordination methods,...)
✓combinatorial optimization, integer or mixed programming
✓optimization under uncertainty (stochastic and robust optimization)
✓global optimization (relaxation, approximation,semi-algebraic programing, stochastic algorithms...)
✓PDE aspects of optimization (shape optimization, optimal transport, ...)
✓interfaces of optimization and data sciences, including statistical learning
✓related fields : risk management, uncertainties analysis
✓specific industrial applications of optimization and operations research : energy management, transportation, telecom networks,...
The leaders of PGMO projects are especially encouraged to propose presentations on the topics of their project.
Researchers willing to organize invited sessions should inform the pgmo board for pre-approval and coordination, by writing to . After pre-approval, they should submit via easychair a one page file with the title of the session and the list of speakers + titles.
Speakers of invited sessions should follow the same abstract submission procedure as for ordinary submissions, mentioning in addition the title of the invited session in the online form.
Deadline of abstracts submission (both for contributed talks and invited sessions) ---> 22nd september, 2023
Notification of acceptance ---> Second half of october, 2023
Abstracts of one page should be submitted via easychair.
Please follow the guidelines and template to prepare your abstract.