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AIME@CZ - Czech workshop on applied mathematics in engineering - Part I
On 2016-10-11 - 13 14:00 at G205
AIME@CZ - Czech workshop on applied mathematics in engineering - Part I

Program an abstracts:

The workshop, organized by Didier Henrion and Tomas Pajdla aims at reporting recent achievements in applied mathematics in engineering on the Czech scene, this time with a specific focus on the one hand on numerical methods, convex optimization and optimal control, and on the other hand on the interplay between real algebraic geometry and computer vision. It is a follow-up of a series of previous similar workshops that took place in Prague in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 and 2015. The workshop is organized within the scope of a French-Czech project funded by CNRS, also involving Roxana Hess, Martin Kružík, Pierre Maréchal, Jean Bernard Lasserre and Tillmann Weisser. Quick program review (see for more) Tuesday, October 11, 2016 14:00-15:00 - Lieven Vandenberghe - Semidefinite programming methods for continuous sparse optimization 15:30-16:30 - Michal Kočvara - Decomposition of Matrix Inequalities with Application in Topology Optimization of Mechanical Structures

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 10:00-11:00 - Jan Zeman - Fourier spectral methods in image-based homogenization of composites with complex microstructure 13:00-14:30 - Habilitation defense of Zdeněk Hurák - Inertial stabilization of aerial camera platforms - in room T2:D3-209 of the Dejvice Campus of the Czech Techical University in Prague 15:00-16:00 - Kristian Hengster-Movrić - Generalized Output Synchronization of Heterogeneous Linear Multi-agent Systems 16:30-17:30 - Paul McGahan - Embedded Applications of Model Based Control and Real Time Optimization 17:30-18:30 - Tillmann Weisser - Sparse Hierarchies for Large Scale Polynomial Optimization 20:00 - evening concert, see (

Thursday, October 13, 2016 10:00-11:00 - Pierre Maréchal - Targeted solutions to linear ill-posed problems: a generalization of mollification 11:30-12:30 - Anne Vanhems - Solving inverse problems in econometrics using mollification

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