Workshop: Advances in Nonlinear Optimization
- Date: February 10, 2011
- Place: IWR, Heidelberg, INF 368, Room 432
- Target group: MathComp doctoral and master students, participants of the EMBOCON project, optimization community.
Note that prior to this workshop there is a preceeding 3 day compact course.
|Time||Thursday, February 10th, 2011|
|09h15-10h15||Florian Jarre: Elementary optimality conditions for nonlinear semidefinite programs|
|10h15-10h45||Torsten Bosse: Nonlinear programming with total quasi-Newton methods|
|11h00-12h00||Moritz Diehl: The lifted Newton method and its use for nonlinear optimization|
|12h00-12h45||Mario Mommer: Fast numerical methods for sampling design|
|14h15-15h15||Christian Kanzow: Mathematical programs with equilibrium constraints: Optimality conditions and relaxation methods|
|15h15-15h45||Andreas Potschka Improving reliability of a parametric active set method for QPs|
|16h15-16h45||Christian Kirches: A parametric active set method for a class of mathematical programs with vanishing constraints|
|16h45-17h45||Oliver Stein: On gemstones and maneuverability problems: applications of modern design centering techniques|
Slides are available on this password restricted page for participants.
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