Call for Abstract

The WCGO 2019 invites all researchers and practitioners working in areas related to nonconvex optimization and its applications to submit an abstract for consideration.

We encourage all types of contributions including theory, algorithms, and applications, in particular on emergent domains such as Data science, Big data, Robotics, ...

All accepted abstract will be published in an Abstract Book and will be orally presented at the conference.

Authors of an accepted abstract can submit their corresponding paper to one of special issues. 

Abstracts must be written in English and contain no more than one page. Each attendee is allowed to present one paper at the conference. Abstracts must be prepared in LaTeX format. See more details on the submission page of the conference  at https://wcgo2019.event.univ-lorraine.fr/page/submissions.

Topics include (but not limitted to):

 1 - Continuous Optimization and Applications

  • Nonlinear programming
  • Global Optimization
  • DC programming
  • Nonsmooth Optimization
  • Sparse Optimization
  • Polynomial Optimization
  • Semidefinite Programming
  • Semi-infinite Programming
  • Variational Inequalities and Complementarity. Mathematical Programs with Equilibrium Constraints
  • Optimal Control, PDE Constrained Optimization, and Multi-level Methods

2 - Discrete Optimization, Integer Programming and Applications

  • Integer Programming Theory  
  • Integer Programming Algorithms  
  • MINLP: Mixed Integer Non-linear Programming
  • Constraint Programming

3 -  Optimization under Uncertainty and Applications

  • Stochastic Optimization
  • Robust Optimization
  • Dynamic Programming, Markov Decision Processes, and Simulation
  • Game theory

4 - Multiobjective Optimization, Multilevel Programming

5 - Optimization in Specific areas: Models, Algorithms, and Software

  • Data science: Machine Learning, Big Data, Cloud Computing, and Huge-Scale Optimization
  • Network: Network Flow, Network Design, and Applications in Telecom and Traffic Management
  • Logistics: Packing, Logistics, Location, and Routing
  • Scheduling: Scheduling, Planning and Applications in Manufacturing Systems and Healthcare
  • Energy: Optimization for Environmental, Energy and Engineering Systems
  • Computational Biology
  • Societal Issues
  • Finance, and Economics
  • Robotics
  • Mathematical Programming Algorithm Implementations, Parallel Computing, and Software

 

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