The seminar will again be in an online format this semester. Each session will be announced on the news page and via our mailing list.
Monday, 30.11.2020 | Prof. Margarida Carvalho (University of Montreal): "Correlated, Nash and Stackelberg for integer programming representable games" (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
Monday, 14.12.2020 | Prof. Thibaut Vidal (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro): "Born-Again Tree Ensembles: Seeing the Forest for the Trees" (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
Monday, 11.01.2021 | Prof. Ana Póvoa (University of Lisbon): "Designing and Planning Sustainable Supply Chains" (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
Monday, 25.01.2021 | Prof. Reha Uszoy (NC State University): Title tba (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
Monday, 01.02.2021 | Prof. Ho-Yin Mak (University of Oxford): Title tba (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
Monday, 08.02.2021 | Prof. Simge Küçükyavuz (Northwestern University): "Mixed-Integer Convex Programming for Statistical Learning" (starting at 5:00 p.m.)
The seminar will be in online format this semester. Each session will be announced on the news page and via our mailing list.
Monday, 11.05.2020 | Alexandros Tsigonias-Dimitriadis (TUM, AdONE): "On Prophets and Secretaries with Binomial Sampling" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 25.05.2020 | Lecture 1: Alexandre Forel (TUM, AdONE): "Dynamic stochastic lot-sizing with forecast evolution" | Lecture 2: Pia Ammann (TUM, AdONE): "Driver Routing and Scheduling in Long-Distance Bus Networks" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 08.06.2020 | Alexander Eckl (TUM, AdONE): "Minimization of Weighted Completion Times in Path-based Coflow Scheduling" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 15.06.2020 | Richard Littmann (TUM, AdONE): "Strategyproof Auction Mechanisms for Network Procurement" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 29.06.2020 | Lecture 1: Stefan Kober (TUM, AdONE): "Optimal Placement of Recharging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles in the Urban Environment" | Lecture 2: Tobias Crönert (TUM, Chair of Logistics & Supply Chain Management): "Equilibrium identification and selection in integer programming games" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 13.07.2020 | Lecture 1: Prof. Alexander Teytelboym (University of Oxford): "The Equilibrium Existence Duality: Equilibrium with Indivisibilities & Income Effects" | Lecture 2: Ramin Barzanji (TUM, AdONE): "Decomposition Algorithms for Capacitated Location-Routing Problems" (starting at 2:00 p.m.)
Monday, 21.10.2019 | Dr. Thomas Lidbetter (Rutgers Business School): "A search game on a hypergraph with booby traps" (Karlstr. 45, 6009, starting at 2 p.m.)
Monday, 04.11.2019 | Alexandros Tsigonias-Dimitriadis (TUM): " Robust Revenue Maximization Under Minimal Statistical Information" (Karlstr. 45, 6009, starting at 2 p.m.)
Monday, 18.11.2019 | Prof. Nils Boysen (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena): "E-commerce warehousing: Order fulfillment in modern retailing" (City, 0505.EG.544, starting at 2 p.m.)
Monday, 02.12.2019 | Lecture 1: Prof. Stefan Helber (Leibniz-Universität Hannover): "Pros and cons of service level metrics of stochastic lot sizing models" | Lecture 2: Anja Kirschbaum (TUM): "Learning Convex Polytopes" (City, 0505.EG.544, starting at 1:30 p.m.)
Monday, 16.12.2019 | Prof. Haldun Aytug (University of Florida): "Bidding in Keyword Auctions" (City, Z538, starting at 2 p.m.)
Wednesday, 08.01.2020 | Lecture 1: Prof. Teodor Crainic (Université du Québec à Montréal): "Service Network Design and Planning Two-tier City Logistics Systems" | Lecture 2: Alexandre Forel (TUM): "Integrated stochastic optimisation of production planning and raw material management" (City, Z538, starting at 2 p.m.)
Monday, 27.01.2020 | Lecture 1: Prof. Alexander Hübner (TUM): "Food Supply Chain Management" | Lecture 2: Giacomo Dall'Olio (TUM): "Scheduling and Routing Worker Teams for Ground Handling at Airports with Column Generation" (Garching, 02.04.011, starting at 2 p.m.)
Monday, 29.04.2019 | Prof. Tobias Harks (U. Augsburg): "Dynamic Flows with Adaptive Route Choice" (City, Z536, starting at 2pm)
Monday, 13.05.2019 | Max Fichtl (TUM): "Computing Prices in Product-Mix Auctions with Strong Substitutes" (Garching, 02.04.01, starting at 2:30pm)
Monday, 27.05.2019 | Prof. Dr. Georg Pflug (U. Vienna, A): "Ambiguity and distributionally robustness in stochastic optimization" (City, Z536, starting at 2pm)
Monday, 03.06.2019 | Prof. Benny Moldovanu (U. Bonn): "A Theory of Auctions with Endogenous Valuations" (Garching, IAS Auditorium, starting at 2pm)
Monday, 17.06.2019 | Prof. Stephan Held (U. Bonn): " Mathematical Innovations for Efficient Computer Chips" (City, Z536, starting at 2pm)
Monday, 08.07.2019 | Prof. Sven Seuken (U. Zürich) (Garching, IAS Faculty Club, starting at 14:30)
Monday 12.11.2018 | Prof. Alf Kimms (U. of Duisburg-Essen): "Exploiting the Principle of Local Value for Modeling Ordered Objects"
Monday 26.11.2018 | Dr. Ulf Friedrich (TUM): "Integer Optimization for Sample Allocation and Imputation"
Monday 10.12.2018 | Prof. Ruud Teunter (U. of Groningen, NL): "Condition-Based Production and Maintenance Planning"
Monday 07.01.2019 | Prof. Arie Koster (RWTH Aachen): "Robust Optimization in Energy and Communication Networks"
Monday 21.01.2019 | Prof. Grazia Speranza (U. Brescia, I): "Operations research in transportation and supply chain management"
Monday 04.02.2019 | Dr. Yiannis Giannakopoulos (TUM): "Weighted Congestion Games: Price of Stability, Price of Anarchy and Computation of Approximate Equilibria"
Monday 16.04.2018 | Prof. Immanuel Bomze (VCOR and ISOR, Univ. Wien): "Trust your data or not - Standard remains Standard (QP); implications for robust clustering in social networks"
Monday 30.4.2018 | Prof. Stefan Weltge (TUM): "Extended formulations in combinatorial optimization" & Dr. Pirmin Fontaine (TUM): "Multi-Modal Scheduled Service Network Design with Inbound and Outbound Flows for Two-Tier City Logistics"
Monday 14.05.2018 | Prof. Stefan Minner (TUM): "Integrated location-inventory optimization under uncertain demand: Model framework and decomposition approaches" & Layla Martin (TUM): "The Competitive Pickup and Delivery Orienteering Problem for Rebalancing Carsharing Systems"
Monday 28.05.2018 | Prof. Tim Roughgarden (Stanford U.) - cancelled -
Monday 04.06.2018 | Prof. Samir Khuller (U. of Maryland): "On Algorithmic Questions motivated by Data Center Scheduling"
Monday 11.06.2018 | PD Dr. Brandenberg (TUM): "Some facets of the geometric k-center problem" & Alexandre Forel (TUM): "Dynamic stochastic capacitated lot-sizing problem: A scenario-based pre-emptive approach to mitigate nervousness"
Monday 25.06.2018 | Prof. Rolf H. Möhring (TU Berlin): "Online Scheduling of Bidirectional Traffic"
Monday 09.07.2018 | Anja Kirschbaum (TUM): "Clustering and Tomography for Data Analysis - A New Data Transformation and more"& Richard Littmann (TUM): "Competitive Equilibria in Combinatorial Exchanges with Financially Constrained Buyers"
Monday, 23.10.2017 | Prof. Nesim K. Erkip (Bilkent University, Ankara): "Supply Chains for Public-interest goods"
Monday, 06.11.2017 | Gregor Godbersen (TUM): "Location Planning of E-Taxi Charging Stations"
Monday, 20.11.2017 | Prof. Martin Bichler (TUM): "Combinatorial First-Price Auctions: Theory and Experiments" & Maximillian Pohl (TUM): "Runway Scheduling under Consideration of Winter Operations"
Monday, 04.12.2017 | Prof. Peter Gritzmann (TUM): "Diagrams and Democracy: Electoral District Design via Constrained Clustering "
Monday, 18.12.2017 | Prof. Susanne Albers (TUM): "Algorithms for Resource Management Problems" & Johannes Knörr (TUM): "Optimized Data-Driven Commodity Procurement with Derivative Hedging" (this year's faculty Bachelor Prize of the GOR)
Monday, 08.01.2018 | Prof. Rainer Kolisch (TUM): "Flexible Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling"
Monday, 22.01.2018 | Prof. Andreas S. Schulz (TUM): "Traffic paradoxes and route guidance: Ways of reducing congestion effects?" & Bryndís Stefánsdóttir (TUM): "Classifying and modeling setups and cleanings in lot sizing and scheduling: A case study on cheese production"
Monday, 05.02.2018 | Prof. Martin Grunow (TUM): "Quality, safety and sustainability in food supply chains" & Dr. Jannik Matuschke (TUM): "A Local Search Algorithm for Steiner Forest"
Monday, 12.03.2018 | Prof. Aleksandar Pekeč (Fuqua School of Business, Duke University): "Approximately Optimal Policies for Assemble-to-Order Systems: A Primal-Dual Approach"