Showing news articles whose tags include: Operational Research
Three School of Mathematics students take part in MOPTA competition
The team "NP Die Hard", consisting of Paula Fermin Cueto, Ivona Gjeroska and Albert Sola from the SoM, have competed in the international MOPTA competition this year. They contested, with the help of their advisor Prof. ...
Unlocking the workforce
Professor Miguel Anjos, Dr Lars Schewe, Albert Solà Vilalta and Dr Amy Wilson have contributed to a white paper on guiding principles in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis, as part of a Virtual Study Group (VSG). The paper, titled ...
A collaboration between the Schools of Mathematics, Engineering and Dukosi has resulted in a paper: "Identification and machine learning prediction of knee-point and knee-onset in capacity degradation curves of lithium-ion cells"
A collaboration between the Schools of Mathematics, Engineering and a local company Dukosi (https://www.dukosi.com/) has resulted in a paper, titled 'Identification and machine learning prediction of knee-point and knee-onset ...
RSS and CfS Event on Decision-Support in Litigation
The Centre for Statistics will be welcoming John MacKenzie (partner at Shepherd and Wedderburn), Dr Alex Biedermann (University of Lausanne), and Wen Zhang (London School of Economics) who will showcasing modern opportunities for Statisticians and Data Scientists to work with lawyers to to improve the legal decision-making process. Joint event with the Royal Statistical Society.
Research funding from Zuse Institut Berlin
Julian Hall has secured funding from the Zuse Institut Berlin.
Impact Accelaration Account Funding Success
Jacek Gondzio and Sotirios Sabanis have been awarded a £124k IAA project to work with Aberdeen Standard Investments on an asset portfolio optimisation project.
Scientists outline plans to reduce the environmental footprint of Brazilian beef
Julian Hall and PhD student, Rafael de Oliveria Silva, with co-authors from SRUC, the University of York and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation have published a paper on how the country's farmers can meet the rising demands for beef without increasing the amount of farming space used.
Grant Success: Sergio Garcia, Joerg Kalcsics and Jacek Gondzio
Sergio Garcia, Joerg Kalcsics and Jacek Gondzio have been awarded an EPSRC grant "IP-Match: Integer Programming for Large and Complex Matching Problems" worth over £0.5M.
Chris Dent awarded Chartered Engineer status
Congratulations to Chris Dent on being awarded Chartered Engineer status.
Standard Life Investments jointly funding project
Congratulations to Sotirios Sabanis and colleagues Jacek Gondzio, Joerg Kalcsics and Sergio Garcia for receiving funding from Standard Life Investments.