GOL will participate to the virtual open day of the Engineering School of Università degli Studi di Firenze Connect February 18th, 2021, at 17:00 CET at https://meet.google.com/jaq-hkkd-ugs Info: Virtual meeting: an introduction to the research activities at the Global Optimization
I have just uploaded a new video as an introduction to operations research for high school students (in italian).
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
Today, thanks to an initiative of Marco Sciandrone (thanks Marco, you too are a great professor!), we had a great, great lesson (not a lecture, a lesson). Luisa Stracqualursi, a statistician, came to tell us her recent story. Her story is not
For the second year I took part to the “Pianeta Galileo” initiative by Regione Toscana. Today I gave a lecture on Operations Research, Decison models and Data Science to students of the Scientific curriculum of the Liceo Statale Niccolò Machiavelli –
Today first lecture on “Derivative-free Optimization“, a course offered to the PhD program in Information Engineering. Teacher, prof. Marco Sciandrone. A huge audience for this course, more than 30 students in the room
I have been invited to Vienna by my friend and colleague Manuel Bomze for the OGDA 2018 workshop. It was an excellent workshop with top level talks. My role has been that of opening the panel discussion on the theme:
The Second Edition of the Summer School on Optimization, Big Data and Applications (OBA) June 30th – July 06th, 2019 has been announced. Please register to this important scientific event.
We started a brainstorming session to find a “high” research theme with strong social impact. Work in progress, please contribute on the gsuite doc: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1ZVy0U65ibUa_9uU6Na5AVLJJgoY3qNlM
We are glad to announce that next November 1st we will significantly expand our research group with 4 students enrolled in a new PhD course at GOL plus one who is starting his PhD program as an employee at Verizon