Submission abstracts PGMODAYS 2019
Submissions on all aspects of optimization and operations research, theoretical or applied, and their interfaces with data sciences, are welcome. The leaders of PGMO projects are especially encouraged to propose presentations on the topics of their project.
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 parallel talks will be scheduled on the second of the PGMO days, Wed 4th. The first day, Tue 3rd, will be dedicated to plenary lectures given by :
Karen Aardal, Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics, Delft University of Technology
Antonio Bicchi, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia and Università di Pisa
Friedrich Eisenbrand, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
Rémi Munos, Deepmind Paris
Shai Shalev-Shwartz, Mobileye, an Intel company and Hebrew university of Jerusalem
and to the ceremony of the PGMO Phd Prize.
- Invited or tutorial sessions
Invited sessions on selected topics are welcome. An invited session consists of one or two blocks. One block consists of 3 talks, of 30 minutes each. The speakers in a given invited session should be of sufficiently diverse origins. A small number of tutorial sessions
(1h30) on advanced topics may also be organized. Such sessions will be scheduled in parallel with ordinary or invited sessions. Should you wish to organize an invited or tutorial session, please contact as soon as possible the coordination team:
The speakers participating to an invited or tutorial session will have to submit an abstract, following the general procedure.
• Extended deadline (firm), september 30 midnight, abstract submission
Abstracts of one page should be submitted via easychair : https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=pgmodays2019
Please follow the template to prepare your abstract : template.PDF and template.Tex
. Mid of October, notification of acceptance
Registration will open in September (registration is free of charge but mandatory)