I have just uploaded a new video as an introduction to operations research for high school students (in italian).
Mirco Soderi, a PhD student in Information Engineering, developed Crowded Zone. Crowded Zone is a Web application that can be reached at http://crowded.zone. It allows one to know how many people are located in a given place at real-time, and how
Ruggiero Seccia from Sapienza, Università di Roma, contributed a nice simplified model for nurse scheduling. He provided a short report “Scheduling_nurses_shifts” and a github repo for his model.
Other fields in which Operations Research might help: How to cope with reduced offer for critical services? public transportation. Although social distancing needs to be further promoted, demand for transportation needs to be satisfied. Although, the offered service needs to
We have just started our collaboration to the fold@home project by making our GPU’s available to the scientific community. If you have GPU’s consider joining the global effort
(adapted from a mail from Laura Palagi at Sapienza) we have several tools to plan personnel shifts in order to minimize extra working times, whenever possible. Inputs: personnel requirements, on a time-of-day basis, avaiable personnel, rules (min number of hours
A classical case in optimization: the transportation model. Assume we have 4 hospitals: A, B, C, D with excess patients, say 20, 10, 10, 8 [all these numbers are purely illustrative] Assume there are 6 hospitals with beds available for
Possible research topics in ML: – Keyword spotting. – Spoken language detection
K-means is one out of a bunch of widely used clustering techniques. In this thesis, we plan to experiment with global optimization algorithms which use K-means as a local optimization solver Assigned: September 2019, Candidate: Pierluigi Mansueto Expected completion:
Today we had the official PhD ceremony! All of our lab is with Guido Cocchi who received his final PhD diploma. https://youtu.be/C7lcYZwF8r8