Copenhagen June 2015

PresentationRigshospitaletOptALI Industry Day, June 1-2, 2015, Copenhagen (Lyngby).

Technical University of Denmark, Main building (101), Meeting center, room S9.


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Call for presentations.

The Management Science division is happy to announce the OptALI Industry Day (spanning two days!!) taking place June 2015 at the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen (DTU) in Lyngby. The intention of the meeting is to be a platform for exchange of challenges and ideas between industry and academia.

Although being part of the OptALI project the meeting is open for all. We welcome participation from academia as well as industry.

Organising committee:

Jesper Larsen, Richard Lusby, Thomas Stidsen, Berit Brouer and Simon Bull (the OptALI team at the Department of Management Engineering).

Registration:

For registration and further information please contact Jesper Larsen (jesla at dtu.dk). Participation in the meeting is free of charge.

Abstract submission:

You are also welcome to submit your abstract by email to Jesper Larsen (jesla at dtu.dk). Abstracts must be written in English and contain no more than 1,500 characters (no formulas or mathematical notations are allowed). The subject of your email should be “Abstract” and should contain the following information: title, authors (with speaker being the first author), affiliation of the speaker and the abstract it self.

Submission has closed.

Program

On-site registration is available from 9.00 on the first day.

The meeting will start at 9.20 Monday 1 June with a small welcome and the regular program will then start at 9.30.

The meeting will finish at 15.30 on the following day.

A PDF of the program is available here.

Time 1 June 2 June
9:00-9:30 Karoline Foverskov and Line Ravnskjær “Planning of Operating Rooms at Rigshospitalet”
9:30-10:00 Sönke Behrends “Approaching mixed-integer nonlinear optimization problems” Simon Kristiansen “Student Sectioning at Danish High Schools”
10:00-10:30 Andrea Cassioli “Fusion: an object-oriented API for conic optimization by MOSEK” Thomas Stidsen “A Parallel Branch & Cut algorithm for the Bi-Objective TSP problem”
10:30-11:00 Andrew Mason “Recent Developments in OpenSolver and SolverStudio: Julia/JUMP, .nl files and Non-Linear Models” break
11:00-11:30 break Anita Schöbel “Integrating line planning, timetabling and vehicle scheduling: first approaches”
11:30-12:00 Marc Goerigk “Robust Storage Loading Problems with Payload Constraints” Simon Bull “Line Planning from a Passenger Perspective”
12:00-12:30 Berit Dangaard Brouer “Speed Optimization in Liner Shipping Network Design” LUNCH
12:30-13:00 LUNCH LUNCH
13:00-13:30 LUNCH Jonas Harbering “Generating Line Pools with LinTim”
13:30-14:00 Jakob Birkedal Nielsen “Residential curbside waste collection” Marie Schmidt “Integrating passengers’ routing decisions in public transportation planning”
14:00-14:30 Oscar Dowson “MOO: The Milk Output Optimiser. A management tool for New Zealand dairy farmers” break
14:30-15:00 Zaza Nadja Lee-Hansen “Planning and scheduling in the food industry” Per Thorlacius “Integrated Rolling Stock Planning for Suburban Passenger Train Services”
15:00-15:30 break Jørgen Haahr “A Matheuristic Approach for Solving the Railroad Hump Yard Block-to-Track Assignment”
15:30-16:00 Mette Gamst “Simulating the electricity spot market from a Danish perspective”
16:00-16:30 Sabine Büttner “Operating Virtual Power Plants – Optimizing Profit in the German Electricity Market”
16:30-17:00 Michael Lindal “Optimization of the Cable Collection Grid in Offshore Wind Farms”

Getting there

The meeting will take place at DTU in the meeting center in the DTU main administration building. DTU is placed in Lyngby a northern suburd of Copenhagen. In Lyngby there is basically only one hotel, the Scandic Eremitage, and unless they have a special offer this is not a cheap hotel. From the Scandic Eremitage it is a about a 15 minute walk to the DTU campus.

Alternatively one might stay in Copenhagen with its wide range of hotels in different price categories. Staying close to one of the main stations will give you roughly 20 minutes of transportation to get to DTU. Main stations are: Copenhagen Central, Vesterport, Nørreport, Østerport.

For getting to DTU from Copenhagen there are basically two options.

  1. Take the 150S or 173E bus from Nørreport. This bus goes to DTU (and further north) along the Northern motorway. It will stop at a bus stop close to DTU on the motorway (see picture below). From here it is a 5 min walk to the DTU meeting center.
  2. Take a suburban train (S-tog) from any of the main stations to Lyngby. Here you can use the A or E line. From Lyngby station you need to take a bus to DTU. Take 180E, 190 or 300S to the main DTU bus stop. From here it is a 2 min walk to the DTU meeting center

 

finaldirections

When you get to the main building of DTU use entrance A and take the first door on the right, then you enter the meeting center of DTU. Here the Industry Days will be in room S9 which is the first room on the right as soon as you enter the meeting center.

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DTU main building (building 101)

 


The meeting is supported by the Association of European OR societies – EURO. logo-euro