Dr. Christian Kirches, Dr. Andreas Potschka
INF 368 (IWR), room 414/411
Interested participants are invited to attend our initial meeting on Tuesday, April 17, at 2pm in INF 368 (IWR) in room 532.
In the seminar "Quadratic Programming" we will consider finite dimensional optimization problems, so called Quadratic Programs (QPs),
which comprise a quadratic objective function and linear equality and inequality constraints.
This important problem class has many applications to real world problems and arises as a subproblem in iterative methods
for more general optimization problems.
The seminar attendees will present original research and review papers, which cover theoretical results, applications, and numerical approaches
for the solution of QPs.
This set of slides holds a brief description of available topics for presentations.
The list of assignments as agreed upon during our initial meeting can be found on this slide together with preliminary dates and times of the presentations.
We will meet regularly on Tuesdays at 2pm. Depending on the number of participants and presentations, the seminar will end at 4pm or 6pm.
No meetings will take place after Tuesday, June 26.
The language of the seminar will be English, unless all attendees are fluent in German.
Successful participation is worth 6 CP (BSc/MSc students) or 3 ECTS points (HGS PhD students).
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