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Mixed-Integer Non-Linear Optimisation Applications
Beschreibung:

Building upon the achievements of the Marie-Curie ITN Mixed-Integer Non-Linear Optimization (MINO) (2012 - 2016), the goal of the Mixed-Integer Non-Linear Optimisation Applications (MINOA) project is to train the next generation of highly qualified researchers and managers in applied mathematics, operations research and computer science that are able to face the modern imperative challenges of European and international relevance in areas such as energy, logistics, engineering, natural sciences, and data analytics. Twelve Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) will be trained through an innovative training programme based on individual research projects motivated by these applications that due to their high complexity will stimulate new developments in the field. The mathematical challenges can neither be met by using a single optimisation method alone, nor isolated by single academic partners. Instead, MINOA aims at building bridges between different mathematical methodologies and at creating novel and effective algorithmic enhancements. As special challenges, the ESRs will work on dynamic aspects and optimisation in real time, optimisation under uncertainty, multilevel optimization and non-commutativity in quantum computing. The ESRs will devise new effective algorithms and computer implementations. They will validate their methods for the applications with respect to metrics that they will define. All ESRs will derive recommendations, both for optimised MINO applications and for the effectiveness of the novel methodologies. These ESRs belong to a new generation of highly-skilled researchers that will strengthen Europe'e human capital base in R&I in the fast growing field of mathematical optimisation. The ESR projects will be pursued in joint supervision between experienced practitioners from leading European industries and leading optimisation experts, covering a wide range of scientific fields (from mathematics to quantum computing and real-world applications).

Schlagworte: mixed-integer nonlinear optimization, applications (energy, analytics, ...), exact algorithms, approximation, reformulation, decomposition, optimization under uncertainty, discrete optimal control
Kurztitel: MINOA
Zeitraum: 01.01.2018 - 31.12.2021
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Kategorisierung

Projekttyp Forschungsförderung (auf Antrag oder Ausschreibung)
Förderungstyp §27
Forschungstyp
  • Grundlagenforschung
Sachgebiete
  • 101011 - Graphentheorie
  • 101012 - Kombinatorik
  • 101015 - Operations Research
  • 101016 - Optimierung
  • 101020 - Technische Mathematik
Forschungscluster Kein Forschungscluster ausgewählt
Genderrelevanz 0%
Projektfokus
  • Science to Science (Qualitätsindikator: I)
Klassifikationsraster der zugeordneten Organisationseinheiten:
Arbeitsgruppen Keine Arbeitsgruppe ausgewählt

Finanzierung

Förderprogramm
Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions
Organisation: European Commission

Organisation: European Commission

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Organisation Adresse
Stichting Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica
Science Park 123
1090  GB Amsterdam
Niederlande
Science Park 123
NL - 1090  GB Amsterdam
COMPAGNIE IBM FRANCE SA
AVENUE DE L EUROPE 17
92275  BOIS COLOMBES
Frankreich
AVENUE DE L EUROPE 17
FR - 92275  BOIS COLOMBES
FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITAET ERLANGEN NUERNBERG
SCHLOSSPLATZ 4
91054  Erlangen
Deutschland
SCHLOSSPLATZ 4
DE - 91054  Erlangen
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Piazzale Aldo Moro 7
00185  Roma
Italien
Piazzale Aldo Moro 7
IT - 00185  Roma
Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)
3, rue Michel-Ange
75794  Paris
Frankreich
3, rue Michel-Ange
FR - 75794  Paris
UNIBO University of Bologna
Bologna
Italien
IT  Bologna
UTIL University of Tilburg
Tilburg
Niederlande
NL  Tilburg
UNIVERSITAET ZU KOELN
ALBERTUS MAGNUS PLATZ
50923  Köln
Deutschland
ALBERTUS MAGNUS PLATZ
DE - 50923  Köln
MAIOR Management Artificial Intelligence Operations Research
Lucca
Italien
IT  Lucca
Technische Universität Dortmund
Dortmund
Deutschland
DE  Dortmund
RUPRECHT-KARLS-UNIVERSITAET HEIDELBERG
SEMINARSTRASSE 2
69117  Heidelberg
Deutschland
SEMINARSTRASSE 2
DE - 69117  Heidelberg