Research Training Group
Advanced Optimization in a Networked Economy (AdONE)
One of the basic requirements for the economic success of a business is the efficient use of resources. In an increasingly networked world, several decision-makers are often involved in resource management and the amount of data available is growing. The Research Training Group “Advanced Optimization in a Networked Economy (AdONE)”, based in the fields of operations research and management science, aims to develop models and processes and transfer these into software solutions designed to enable efficient use of resources through intelligent planning and control.
Funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG)
Prof. Jonathan F. Bard (U. of Texas at Austin): Use of Integer Programming Techniques to Solve Real World Planning and Scheduling Problems
Anja Kirschbaum: "Clustering and Tomography for Data Analysis - A New Data Transformation and More"
Prof. Rolf Möhring (TU Berlin and Beijing Institute for Scientific and Engineering Computing): "Online Scheduling of Bidirectional Traffic"
PD Dr. Rene Brandenberg: "Some facets of the geometric k-center problem"
Prof. Samir Khuller (University of Maryland): "On Algorithmic Questions motivated by Data Center Scheduling"
Dr. Yoshimi von Felbert
AdONE Program Coordinator
Technical University of Munich