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ALOP Workshop: Reduced Order Models in Optimization
26. September 2016 - 28. September 2016
The ALOP Workshop “Reduced Order Models in Optimization” starts on Monday, September 26, 2016 at 9:00 and ends Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 16:00.
Reduced order models represent a growing research direction in the modeling, simulation and optimization of complex systems. During this workshop taking place in September 2016 as part of the Research Training Group “Algorithmic Optimization,” internationally known researchers will present their latest research results with a focus on particular aspects in the area of optimization.
This workshop will grant additional insight into the subject matter and the current research in Reduced Order Models, following the introductory short-course presented this past summer by the Mercator Fellow Prof. Heinkenschloß of Rice University in Houston.
Researchers from all areas of optimization are encouraged to participate and to present their work. The conference will provide a good opportunity for exchanging ideas and for establishing contacts with colleagues in a friendly atmosphere.
Among the participating guests are
Ekkehard Sachs, Volker Schulz, Martin Siebenborn, Stefan Volkwein
There will be a conference dinner on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 18:00 at Das Weinhaus in Trier.
|Program:||Monday, September 26, 2016|
|10:00 am –
|John Burns||Approximation for Design and Control of Composite Thermal Fluid Systems: Reduced Models|
|10:45 am –
|Karen Veroy-Grepl||Certified Reduced Basis Methods in Optimal Control and Data Assimilation|
|1:00 pm –
|Bernd Noack||Closed-loop turbulence control using reduced-order modeling and machine learning|
|1:45 pm –
|Andrea Ferrero||Different approaches to the development of reduced-order models for NS equations|
|3:00 pm –
|Karl Meerbergen||Progress in model reduction for systems with nonlinear frequency dependency|
|3:45 pm –
|Laura Iapichino||Reduced Basis methods for PDE constrained Multi-objective Optimization|
|Tuesday, September 27, 2016|
|9:00 am –
|Jeff Borggaard||POD-Based ROMs of Fluids for Shape Optimization Problems|
|9:45 am –
|Jens Bremer||POD-based ROMs and Optimization of CO2 Methanation Reactors|
|11:00 am –
|Martin Stoll||Low-rank solvers for PDE-constrained optimization and statistical inverse problems|
|11:45 am –
|Babak Maboudi||Structure-Preserving Model-Reduction of Hamiltonian Systems|
|2:00 pm –
|Bernard Haasdonk||RB Approximation for Parameter Optimization and Optimal Feedback Control|
|2:45 pm –
|Martin Grepl||A certified trust-region reduced basis approach to PDE-constrained optimization|
|4:00 pm –
|John Singler||POD computations and POD projections|
|4:45 pm –
|Oliver Lass||Nonlinear robust optimization using a second order approximation technique and model order reduction|
|Wednesday, September 28, 2016|
|9:00 am –
MOR in the optimisation of highly nonlinear oscillatory electronic circuits
|9:45 am –
|Giulia Fabrini||A HJB-POD approach to the control of the level set equation|
11:00 am –
|Romanus Dyczij-Edlinger||Model-Order Reduction in Computational Electromagnetics|