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13th Czech-French-German Conference on Optimization Heidelberg, September 17-21, 2007


The conference is the 13th of the series of French-German meetings which started in Oberwolfach in 1980. This time, it is organized jointly with Czech optimizers, and takes place in the historical center of Germany's oldest university town, Heidelberg. The conference will consist of invited plenary, invited minisymposium and regular talks on all aspects of optimization and its applications, in particular in engineering and the biosciences.

The topics of the conference will include the following:
continuous optimization (smooth and nonsmooth)
numerical methods for mathematical programming
optimal control and calculus of variations
robust optimization
mixed integer optimization
optimization with PDE
differential inclusions and set-valued analysis
stochastic optimization
multicriteria optimization
optimization techniques for industrial applications

Heidelberg is an ancient university town in the south west of Germany, located just where the quiet Neckar river flows out of the mountains into the broad and warm valley of the Rhine. Its university, the Ruperto Carola, is the oldest university in Germany, and was founded in 1386. Its first professors came, accidentally, as emigrants from the even older universities of Prague and Paris. Among its attractions is a castle that inspired romanticists since over two centuries. The conference will take place in the traditional university buildings right in the middle of the old town, and September is an attractive month for visiting Heidelberg.



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