AMSI Optimise is an annual networking and research-training event that aims to strengthen mathematical optimisation research engagement and its applications across industry.
Now in its third year, AMSI Optimise moves to Perth, bringing together industry leaders from the natural resources sector, academic experts and the nation’s current postgraduate talent. The event provides a platform to understand industry drivers and foster research collaborations, connecting business with Australia’s future workforce.
This event will comprise a three-day industry-focused conference, followed by a two-day research workshop. The symposium features expert and end-user talks, international guest speakers, collaboration showcases, industry challenge sessions and tutorials. The themes of the 2019 conference are Mining, Oil & Gas, Agriculture & Water.
AMSI Optimise is aimed at:
anyone using optimisation, with opportunities to learn more about the current state of the art and to connect with others who have similar interests
industry practitioners interested in exploring the benefits of engagement with optimisation research
academics and postgraduate students wanting to better understand drivers and needs in this area
Full conference information, a call for submission of abstracts, and registration details can be found on the AMSI Optimise Website – www.optimise.amsi.org.au
RMITOpt is taking the opportunity provided by the visit of Professor Hong-Kun, to hold a one day
workshop on “Fixed points and Applications”. Prof. Hong Kun Xu is a distinguished professor
at Hangzhou Dianzi University in Hangzhou, China.
Where: RMIT AGR room – building 8 level 9 room 66 RMIT
Date: Monday 21st of May
Registration: Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to participate. There is no registration fee but we need numbers for catering purposes.
Hong Kun Xu – Hangzhou Dianzi University
Markus Hegland – ANU
Scott Lindstrom – University of Newcastle
Hoa Bui – Federation University
Alex Kruger – Federation University
Janosch Rieger – Monash University
Nadezda Sukhorukov – Swinburne University
Vera Roshchina – RMIT
Andrew Eberhard – RMIT
It is intended to interpret this theme as broadly as possible i.e. to include but not restricted to the following:
– Fixed point theory
– Projection methods for feasibility problems
– Fractal derived from iterated function systems
– Application in signal processing
– Applications in approximation
Kind Regards (Program team)
Andrew Eberhard and Vera Roshchina
SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT TO PRESENT AT AMSI OPTIMISE 2018
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE 21 MAY
Returning in 2018, AMSI Optimise is an annual networking and research-training event that aims to strengthen mathematical optimisation research engagement and its applications across industry.
This event will comprise a three-day industry-focused conference, followed by a two-day research workshop. The symposium features expert and end-user talks, international guest speakers, collaboration showcases, industry challenge sessions and tutorials.
We are accepting abstracts for the poster session on Day 3 and workshop talks on Days 4 & 5 of the event under the conference themes of Humanitarian Applications and Decision Making Under Uncertainty.
Poster Session The Poster Session on Day 3 will include a series of brief poster presentations, and is expected to be attended by conference delegates from industry as well as university-based delegates. This is a great opportunity to showcase your research to a wide audience and build your networks. Workshop Talks
The Workshop Talks will be held on Days 4 & 5 of AMSI Optimise, limited to 30 minutes per talk including any question time. The audience is expected to mainly consist of university-based delegates.
Please limit your abstract to approximately 150-200 words and indicate whether you would prefer to submit a poster or present a workshop talk. Abstract submissions close Monday 21 May.
Up to $500 in prizes will be awarded to the best posters!
The workshop will take place on 19–21 February at Federation University Australia in Ballarat. The workshop is sponsored by AMSI and Federation University Australia. Please stay tuned for future announcements.
New to 2017, the inaugural AMSI Optimise event will be held 26–30 June 2017 in Melbourne. This annual research training event aims to strengthen mathematical optimisation research engagement and its applications across industry.
AMSI Optimise will comprise a three-day industry focused conference, followed by a two-day research workshop, featuring international guest speakers, expert and end-user talks, tutorials, collaboration showcases and industry challenge sessions.
The event is aimed at industry practitioners interested in exploring the benefits of and engagement with optimisation research, and postgraduate students and academics wanting to better understand industry drivers and needs in this area.
Translation of impact in the Optimisation Discipline
The Australian Research Council has recently made available guidelines for research assessment that include a strong inclination towards prioritising research that can be translated into valuable benefits to society. The objective of this workshop is to motivate the discussion around how research in the Optimisation discipline can be translated into meaningful impact in real-world problems, by showcasing successful initiatives that rely on optimisation-based solutions.
Please join us in this workshop for an opportunity to listen to presentations from members of industry and academia, share ideas, and enjoy plenty of opportunities for networking.
This event is free and was made possible by Enabling Capability Platforms funding initiative. RSVP is required due to limited number of seats. Please RSVP by 20/01/2017 (Fri COB). The link for registration is available here.
Dr. David Marlow – Australian Department of Defence Dr. Keith Joshi/ Dr. Luke Mason – Biarri Dr. Simon Dunstall – CSIRO Australia Dr. Barbara La Scala – Connected Analytics Dr. Olivia Smith – IBM Research Australia Ms. Silvie Ketelaars – ORTEC
Prof. Melvyn Sim – National University of Singapore Prof. Andreas Ernst – Monash University Dr. Christian Artigues – LAAS/ LCNS (Toulouse)
A/Prof. Xiaodong Li – RMIT University Mr. Nigel Clay – RMIT University
November 22 – 23, 2016, RMIT University, Melbourne.
This workshop is an initiative of RMIT Enabling Capability Platforms (ECPs) and the European project GEO-SAFE (Geospatial based Environment for Optimisation Systems Addressing Fire Emergencies).
This event will launch an Australian Think-Tank offering a space and framework for such sustainable collaborations and exchange during our project. This think-tank will strongly interact with GEO-SAFE during the period of the project (2016-2020).
The aim of the workshop is to engage between academia and final users/stakeholders with the perspective to discuss more closely, for some selected research topics, about the real needs of final users and the gap between them and the current systems (when they exist) as well as to evaluate how to make future research outputs really useful (and used) and impactful.
For the first workshop of the think-tank, we have selected five topics:
The meeting will be held in Melbourne (RMIT City Campus, room 8.9.66) on 24–25 November.
The topics of the workshop include error bounds, metric (sub) regularity, Aubin property and calmness, transversality of collections of sets, subdifferential characterisations and applications of these properties to estimating the convergence of fundamental optimisation algorithms. Our keynote speaker is Professor Marco López Cerdá from the University of Alicante, Spain, who is visiting Australia in November.
For more information and for the list of confirmed speakers please visit our web page http://www.wombat.rmitopt.org/ or contact the organisers directly.
Prof. Andrew Eberhard (RMIT University),
A/Prof. Alex Kruger (Federation University Australia),
Dr Vera Roshchina (RMIT University).