Workshop on Mathematical Models and Methods for Energy Optimization (CWM3EO)

News: Slides of the workshop are available here.

Within the EU COST-Action TD1207 on "Mathematical Optimization in the Decision Support Systems for Efficient and Robust Energy Networks (ICT)" the next workshop will be held at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics on September 25-26, 2014.

The emphasis of this COST-Action is to advance the visibility and general awareness of the strong research contributions of mathematical optimization in the field of energy production and distribution. The main aim is to enhance collaborations between experts of different branches of mathematical optimization and experts of energy systems. One of the planned tools for furthering this interaction is a Wiki for collecting and organizing the huge amount of work already done in the field. It will serve as entry point and guidance to this field for practitioners and scientists in general.

The workshop will feature plenary talks by prominent researchers in mathematical methods and their applications to energy optimization:

  • Jordi Castro (Uni. Politecnica de Catalunya)
  • Sandrine Charousset (EDF R&R)
  • Claudia D'Ambrosio (Ecole Polytechnique)
  • Laureano Escudero (Uni. Rey Juan Carlos)
  • Utz-Uwe Haus (ETH Zurich)
  • Carla Henriques (Uni. Coimbra)
  • Martin Mevissen (IBM Research)
  • Lars Schewe (Uni. Erlangen)

Contributed talks are welcome on all relevant modeling/methodological aspects of potential interest within the broader scope of energy optimization. Perspective contributions should be submitted until August 30 under the form of a short abstract of at most one page. Authors will be notified about acceptance before September 7.

It would be particularly appreciated if the contributing authors were available (directly, or through some collaborator) to helping in raising the Wiki to the quality standards we all wish for by fleshing out the parts of the Wiki corresponding to the argument they presented (possibly after having contributed in reshaping its general structure if such a need arises).

Participation to the worskhop (either presenting a talk or not) is free, but registration is required for logistic reasons.

We very much hope to welcome you in Budapest in September!

Antonio Frangioni, Boglárka G.-Tóth, and Christoph Helmberg (CWM3EO Program Committee, a.k.a. the ABC Team)