Seminar Program 2018

If not otherwise indicated, all seminars take place in Ag C421.1
Upcoming
  • 21.8. at 10.15. Ag D214.1 Manuel López-Ibáñez(University of Manchester)
  • 22.8. at 10.15.
  • 26.9. at 10.15.
  • 31.10. at 10.15.
  • 28.11. at 10.15.
Presented
  • 13.6. DEMO: Summarize DEMO activities and discuss about future plans
  • 11.6. Neill Bartie(Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology) Exploring Quantitative Modelling and Assessment Approaches for Circular Economy Systems
  • 6.6. Yue Zhou-Kangas Balancing between robustness and quality in multiobjective optimization problems under uncertainty
  • 24.5. DEMO: Kyle Eyvindson Robustness in Environmental Management
  • 9.5. Jussi Hakanen Interactive K-RVEA: interactive multiobjective evolutionary algorithm for computationally expensive problems.
  • 9.5. Vesa Ojalehto Testing interactive K-RVEA with artificial decision maker
  • 25.4. DEMO: Yue Zhou-Kangas Some concepts of multiobjective robust optimization
  • 18.4. Lu Chen A modular artificial decision maker library for comparing reference point based interactive multiobjective optimization methods
  • 11.4. VR Demonstration
  • 14.4. DEMO: Progress overview
  • 28.3. Yue Zhou-Kangas A simple indicator based evolutionary algorithm for set-based minmax robustness
  • 21.3. DEMO: Tähti Pohjanmies Future bioeconomy: sustainable future use of European forest for developing the bioeconomy
  • 14.3. DEMO: Progress overview
  • 21.2. Atanu Mazumdar Performance analysis of different models in Surrogate Assisted optimization
  • 14.2. DEMO: Kyle Eyvindson Multiple Value of Information - A Conservation approach
  • 7.2. Adhe Kania Finding all solutions of systems on nonlinear equations
  • 31.1. Plans for this year
  • 10.1. Vesa Ojalehto DESDEO open source framework for interactive multiobjective optimization
  • 9.1. DEMO: planning for papers