Prof Gondzio is interested in the theory and implementation of optimization methods for linear, quadratic and nonlinear programming. He is also interested in the use of linear algebra techniques and sparse matrix factorisation methods applied in optimization. His interests include the use of parallel and distributed computing for solving real-life very large optimization problems arising in telecommunications, energy sector and finance.
Current and Recent PhD Students
Marco Colombo (2003-2007: PhD)Cathy Buchanan (2003-2007: MPhil)Ghussoun Al-Jeiroudi (2004-2009: PhD)Kristian Woodsend (2005-2009: PhD)Xi Yang (2005-2010: PhD)Qun Zhang (2009-2010: MSc by Research)Pablo GonzÃ¡lez (2009-)Kimonas Fountoulakis (2011-)Robert Gower (2012-)
Recent Conference and Workshop Involvement
International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, Torun, Poland, September 2011.PPAM 2011, Member of the Organizing Committee.
The Conference on Optimization and Practices in Industry, Paris, France, November 2011.COPI'11, Member of the Organizing Committee.
International Conference on Applied Mathematical Optimization and Modelling, Paderborn, Germany, March 2012.APMOD 2012, Member of the Organizing Committee.
IMA Conference on Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimisation, NLAO 2012 Birmingham, UK, September 2012. Member of the Organizing Committee.
International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, Warsaw, Poland, September 2013.PPAM 2013, Member of the Organizing Committee.
- Member, Editorial Board: Computational Optimization and Applications (2001-present)
- Member, Editorial Board: Computational Management Science (2002-2009)
- Member, Editorial Board: Mathematical Programming Computation (2008-present)
Prof Gondzio holds an engineering degree (1983) and a PhD in Electronics (1989) both from the Department of Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology.
Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland (1983-1993); Department of Management Studies, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (1993-1998).