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Talks

Datesort descending Title / Speaker Event
June 25, 2002 Computational Methods for Hyperbolic Systems. Preservation of Global and Local Invariants
Eitan Tadmor (University of California, Los Angeles)
Numerical Relativity
June 25, 2002 Formulations of GR for computation, I
Oscar Reula (University of Córdoba)
Numerical Relativity
June 25, 2002 Numerical relativity as an initial-boundary value problem
Manuel Tiglio (Louisiana State University)
Numerical Relativity
June 26, 2002 Black hole spacetimes
Jeff Winicour (University of Pittsburgh)
Numerical Relativity
June 26, 2002 Fundamental issues of numerical relativity
Matt Choptuik (University of British Columbia)
Numerical Relativity
June 26, 2002 State of the art of numerical relativity
Pablo Laguna (The Pennsylvania State University)
Numerical Relativity
June 26, 2002 Pizza Dinner/Computational Demonstrations
Robert Bartnik (University of Canberra), Michael Holst (University of California, San Diego), Denis Pollney (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut)), Jeff Winicour (University of Pittsburgh), Jinchao Xu (The Pennsylvania State University)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Computation of initial data, I
Greg Cook (Wake Forest University)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Computation of initial data, II
Michael Holst (University of California, San Diego)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Linear degeneracy of the Einstein
Markus Keel (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Remarks on first order formulations
Eitan Tadmor (University of California, Los Angeles)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Computation of horizons and excision
Deirdre Shoemaker (The Pennsylvania State University)
Numerical Relativity
June 27, 2002 Spectral methods and excision
Mark Scheel (California Institute of Technology)
Numerical Relativity
June 28, 2002 Outer boundary conditions
Luis Lehner (University of British Columbia)
Numerical Relativity
June 28, 2002 Overview of finite element methods for linear hyperbolic problems
Richard Falk (Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey )
Numerical Relativity
June 28, 2002 Energy norms and stability of the Einstein equations
Lee Lindblom (California Institute of Technology)
Numerical Relativity
June 28, 2002 The conformal approach
Sascha Husa (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut))
Numerical Relativity
June 28, 2002 Lunchtime discussion on gravitational wave phenomenology Numerical Relativity
June 29, 2002 Discussion Numerical Relativity
September 09, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 09, 2002 Large-Scale Linear Programming
Daniel Bienstock (Columbia University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 09, 2002 Large-Scale Linear Programming (Continued)
Daniel Bienstock (Columbia University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 09, 2002 AMPL Hands-on Session
Robert Fourer (Northwestern University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 09, 2002 AMPL hands-on session (Continued)
Robert Fourer (Northwestern University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 10, 2002 Stochastic Optimization
John Birge (Northwestern University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 10, 2002 Stochastic Optimization (Continued)
John Birge (Northwestern University)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 10, 2002 Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing
Andy Boyd (PROS Revenue Management)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 10, 2002 Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing (Continued)
Andy Boyd (PROS Revenue Management)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 11, 2002 Integer Programming
Andrew Miller (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 11, 2002 Integer Programming (Continued)
Andrew Miller (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 12, 2002 Flows Over Time
Martin Skutella (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 12, 2002 Flows Over Time (Continued)
Martin Skutella (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 12, 2002 Discovering Combinatorial Optimization with the ILOG Optimization Suite
Gregory Glockner (ILOG Corporation)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 12, 2002 Discovering Combinatorial Optimization with the ILOG Optimization Suite (Continued)
Gregory Glockner (ILOG Corporation)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 13, 2002 Service Parts Logistics
Jon Lee (IBM)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 13, 2002 Service Parts Logistics (Continued)
Jon Lee (IBM)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 13, 2002 Supply Chain Design Applications
David Simchi-Levi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 13, 2002 Supply Chain Design Applications (Continued)
David Simchi-Levi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Supply Chain and Logistics Optimization
September 23, 2002 Welcome and Introduction The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Business Process Expansion to Exploit Optimization Models for Supply Chain Planning
Jeremy Shapiro (Slim Technologies)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Network Optimization in Transportation Scheduling
Ravi Ahuja (University of Florida)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Rocket Science Retailing: What Research Opportunities Does it Create for Us?
Marshall Fisher (University of Pennsylvania)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 23, 2002 Enterprise Capacity Planning at Motorola Semiconductors
Tianbing Qian (Motorola)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 A Series System with Returns: Stationary Analysis
Paul Zipkin (Duke University)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Coordinating Inventory Control and Pricing Strategies with Random Demand and Fixed Ordering Cost
David Simchi-Levi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Use of Optimization with IBM's Supply Chain
Brenda Dietrich (IBM)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Coordinating Prices on Traditional and Internet Channels
Jayashankar Swaminathan (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 24, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Strategic Capacity Planning for the Semiconductor Industry: Current Industrial Practice and New Directions
Robin Roundy (Cornell University)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Solving Multi-Item Lot-Sizing Problems with an MIP Solver using Classification and Reformulation
Laurence Wolsey (Université Catholique de Louvain)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Managing High-Tech Capacity via Reservation Contracts*
David Wu (Lehigh University)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 25, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 A General Equilibrium Model for Retail Industries with Price and Service Competition
Awi Federgruen (Columbia University)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing in the Supply Chain
Andy Boyd (PROS Revenue Management)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Adaptive Learning Algorithms for Stochastic Resource Allocation
Warren Powell (Princeton University)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 26, 2002 Optimization Models for the Financial Valuation of Supply Chain Risks
Alan King (IBM)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 27, 2002 Scheduling Dedicated Lithography Equipment
Robert Leachman (University of California, Berkeley)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 27, 2002 2-Dim Guillotine Cutting Problem: 3 Different Approaches
Anton Leykin (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
2-Dim Guillotine Cutting Problem: 3 Different Approaches - Anton Leykin (University of Minnesota)
September 27, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 27, 2002 Optimizing Supply Chains in Military Operations
Moshe Kress (Center for Military Analyses (CEMA))
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 27, 2002 The Price-Directed Approach to Approximate Dynamic Programming: Application to Inventory Routing
Dan Adelman (University of Chicago)
The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 27, 2002 Discussion The Role of Optimization in Supply Chain Management
September 28, 2002 Operational and Logistical Aspects of Biodefense
Moshe Kress (Center for Military Analyses (CEMA))
Operational Modeling and Biodefense
September 28, 2002 Operational Modeling Opportunities in Biodefense
Martin Meltzer (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC))
Operational Modeling and Biodefense
September 28, 2002 Modeling Bioterror Response Logistics
Lawrence Wein (Stanford University)
Operational Modeling and Biodefense
September 28, 2002 Modeling the Spread of Anthrax through the Mail
Glenn Webb (Vanderbilt University)
Operational Modeling and Biodefense
September 28, 2002 Panel and Open Discussion on Modeling Bioterror Preparedness and Response Operational Modeling and Biodefense
September 28, 2002 Closing Discussion Operational Modeling and Biodefense
October 04, 2002 Tracking in High Target Densities Using a First-Order Multitarget Moment Density
Ronald Mahler (Lockheed Martin)
Tracking in High Target Densities Using a First-Order Multitarget Moment Density - Ron Mahler (Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems)
October 11, 2002 Statistics in New Product Development
Fred Hulting (General Mills)
Statistics in New Product Development - Fred Hulting (General Mills)
October 14, 2002 Welcome and Introduction Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 14, 2002 Subset Algebra Lifting
Daniel Bienstock (Columbia University)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 14, 2002 Robust Discrete, Dynamic Optimization and Network Flows
Dimitris Bertsimas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 14, 2002 Solving Random Euclidean TSPs
David Applegate (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 15, 2002 Lattice Basis Reduction and Integer Programming
Karen Aardal (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 15, 2002 The Structure of Group Relaxations
Rekha Thomas (University of Washington)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 15, 2002 Caratheodory's Theorem, Cutting Planes, and Parallel Computers
William Pulleyblank (IBM)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 15, 2002 Local Search Programming
Pascal Van Hentenryck (Brown University)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 16, 2002 Semi-Continuous Cuts for Mixed-Integer Programming
Ismael de Farias JR. (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 16, 2002 Mixed Integer Models for the Optimization of Gas Networks
Alexander Martin (TU Darmstadt)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 16, 2002 One Size Fits All? Computational Tradeoffs in a Commercial Mixed Integer Programming Solver
Zonghao Gu (ILOG Corporation)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 16, 2002 Panel Discussion Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 16, 2002 The Traveling Salesman Problem
William Cook (Georgia Institute of Technology)
The Traveling Salesman Problem
October 17, 2002 Column Operations for Mixed Integer Programs
Robert Weismantel (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 17, 2002 Cyclic Group and Knapsack Facets
Ellis Johnson (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 17, 2002 Network Reinforcement
Francisco Barahona (IBM)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 18, 2002 Solving Lagrangian Relaxations with a Proximal Analytic Center Cutting Plane Method
Jean-Philippe Vial (Université de Genève)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 18, 2002 T-Space and Cutting Planes
Ralph Gomory (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs
October 18, 2002 TSP Cuts that Do Not Follow the Template Paradigm
Vasek Chvatal (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Computational Methods for Large Scale Integer Programs

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