Events 2018

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4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

International workshop Energy-Open
Nov. 29 – 30, 2018

Introduction
Along with the energy transition to comply to the climate goals, fundamental changes in energy infrastructures are expected to replace electricity production mainly based on fossil fuels by sustainable and renewable energy sources based on e.g. solar, wind, or hydro. Other changes include the ongoing growth of the electricity consumption resulting from an electrification of transport (electric vehicles) and heating (heat pumps), leading to a quite complex integration between the different energy systems of electricity, transportation and heat. Future energy system will become a complex cyber-physical ecosystem which would require an integrated paradigm for energy management and control systems to cope with challenges in the forms of physical constraints violation, liberalised markets, resource allocation/scheduling, and the resilience of the entire energy system itself.
Synergy between power engineering and  mathematics, computer science, data science,  and economic sciences is necessary to address such cross-cutting issues of future integrated energy systems to optimally achieve the technical, economic, and environmental benefits. The aim of this workshop is to facilitate interaction between these disciplines.

Invited speakers
Bert Claessens       (REStore)
Florian Dorfler       (ETH Zurich)
Damien Ernst        (Université Liège)
Johann Hurink       (University Twente)
Zita Vale               (University of Porto)

Scope/topics
The workshop aims to bring together researchers from engineering, computer science, and mathematics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
-       Physical and Commercial micro-grids;
-       Local energy communities;
-       Multi-energy systems;
-       Reliability and resiliency of future integrated energy systems;
-       Multi-dimension planning future energy infrastructures;
-       Complexity in (local) energy market designs;
-       Data-driven models for optimal scheduling and operation;
-       User behavior; 

On behalf of the conference organisers
Madeleine Gibescu (UU), Phoung Nguyen (TU/e) and Bert Zwart (CWI and TU/e).

43rd Woudschoten Conference on Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

Date: October 3-5, 2018
Location: Woudschoten, Zeist
Organization: C.W.Oosterlee (TUD en CWI), S. Vandewalle (KU Leuven), B. Koren (TU Eindhoven), R. Bisseling (U.U trecht

Themes and speakers of the 2018 conference are:
1. Multilevel Monte Carlo methods
* Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh)
* Raul F. Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
2. Recent developments in time-integration methods for ODEs and PDEs
* Rob Falgout (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
* Giovanni Samaey (KU Leuven)
3. Sparse direct linear solvers
* Jennifer Scott (University of Reading and Science and Technology Facilities Council)
* Xiaoye Sherry Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
For more information: Woudschoten Conference

4TU-AMI Big Data symposium 2018

Title: Reducing dimensions in Big Data: Model Order Reduction in action.
Date: June 8, 2018
Location: Utrecht BCN (Central Station, Catherijnesingel 48).
For more information: Big Data Symposium

The goal of the event is to build bridges between Model Order Reduction and Big Data and discuss its relevance to industrial applications. The symposium will feature talks by speakers from academia and industry, as well as a panel discussion.

3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA2018)

Date: April 23 - April 27, 2018
Location: Science Centre Delft, Delft.
Organizer: Prof.dr.ir. Harald van Brummelen

Following the spirit of its predecessors IGAA 2012 (Linz, Austria) and IGAA 2014 (Annweiler amTrifels, Germany), the 3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA 2018) aims at bringing together researchers from academia and industry worldwide. Our goal is to provide an international platform for IgA experts as well as newcomers in the field of IgA to exchange ideas, discuss latest developments, and initiate new collaborations and strengthen existing ones.
With its special track Isogeometric Analysis in Industry, IGAA 2018 explicitly welcomes stakeholders from industry to share their experience with this novel methodology and to learn about new trends.
For more information: igaa2018

NMC 2018

Date: 3 and 4 April 2018
Location: Veldhoven
Organization: Mark van Assem (NWO), Joke Blom (CWI/KWG), Remco Duits (TUe), Wil Schilders (e/PWN)

The NMC 2018 will be different from previous NMC's. The program will have many more activities than before, in particular with more emphasis on applications of mathematics.
The program will consist of 3 plenary lectures and 6 or 7 parallel sessions each day; in addition there will be many activities during (extended) lunch breaks and after the sessions.
Among the sessions: a session organized by DISC, a session by mathematicians working in industry, and a session on the Study group Mathematics and Industry.
For more information: NMC 2018

YES IX “Scalable Statistics: on accuracy, computational complexity and privacy”

Date: March 7-9, 2018
Location: Eurandom, Eindhoven University of Technology
Organization: P.J. Serra (TUe), J. Bierkens (TUD), R. Castro (TUe), B. Szabo (LEI)

The role of scalable inference methods is becoming more and more central in statistics and machine learning due to an explosive increase in size and complexity of datasets. In such large-scale and complex scenarios there is, in a practical sense, a diminishing relevance of classic statistical methods that despite being endowed with sound statistical performance guarantees are not able to deal with the computational and memory constraints imposed by the existing hardware.
For more information: YES IX

International workshop Energy-Open
Nov. 29 – 30, 2018

Introduction
Along with the energy transition to comply to the climate goals, fundamental changes in energy infrastructures are expected to replace electricity production mainly based on fossil fuels by sustainable and renewable energy sources based on e.g. solar, wind, or hydro. Other changes include the ongoing growth of the electricity consumption resulting from an electrification of transport (electric vehicles) and heating (heat pumps), leading to a quite complex integration between the different energy systems of electricity, transportation and heat. Future energy system will become a complex cyber-physical ecosystem which would require an integrated paradigm for energy management and control systems to cope with challenges in the forms of physical constraints violation, liberalised markets, resource allocation/scheduling, and the resilience of the entire energy system itself.
Synergy between power engineering and  mathematics, computer science, data science,  and economic sciences is necessary to address such cross-cutting issues of future integrated energy systems to optimally achieve the technical, economic, and environmental benefits. The aim of this workshop is to facilitate interaction between these disciplines.

Invited speakers
Bert Claessens       (REStore)
Florian Dorfler       (ETH Zurich)
Damien Ernst        (Université Liège)
Johann Hurink       (University Twente)
Zita Vale               (University of Porto)

Scope/topics
The workshop aims to bring together researchers from engineering, computer science, and mathematics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
-       Physical and Commercial micro-grids;
-       Local energy communities;
-       Multi-energy systems;
-       Reliability and resiliency of future integrated energy systems;
-       Multi-dimension planning future energy infrastructures;
-       Complexity in (local) energy market designs;
-       Data-driven models for optimal scheduling and operation;
-       User behavior; 

On behalf of the conference organisers
Madeleine Gibescu (UU), Phoung Nguyen (TU/e) and Bert Zwart (CWI and TU/e).

43rd Woudschoten Conference on Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

Date: October 3-5, 2018
Location: Woudschoten, Zeist
Organization: C.W.Oosterlee (TUD en CWI), S. Vandewalle (KU Leuven), B. Koren (TU Eindhoven), R. Bisseling (U.U trecht

Themes and speakers of the 2018 conference are:
1. Multilevel Monte Carlo methods
* Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh)
* Raul F. Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
2. Recent developments in time-integration methods for ODEs and PDEs
* Rob Falgout (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
* Giovanni Samaey (KU Leuven)
3. Sparse direct linear solvers
* Jennifer Scott (University of Reading and Science and Technology Facilities Council)
* Xiaoye Sherry Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
For more information: Woudschoten Conference

4TU-AMI Big Data symposium 2018

Title: Reducing dimensions in Big Data: Model Order Reduction in action.
Date: June 8, 2018
Location: Utrecht BCN (Central Station, Catherijnesingel 48).
For more information: Big Data Symposium

The goal of the event is to build bridges between Model Order Reduction and Big Data and discuss its relevance to industrial applications. The symposium will feature talks by speakers from academia and industry, as well as a panel discussion.

3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA2018)

Date: April 23 - April 27, 2018
Location: Science Centre Delft, Delft.
Organizer: Prof.dr.ir. Harald van Brummelen

Following the spirit of its predecessors IGAA 2012 (Linz, Austria) and IGAA 2014 (Annweiler amTrifels, Germany), the 3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA 2018) aims at bringing together researchers from academia and industry worldwide. Our goal is to provide an international platform for IgA experts as well as newcomers in the field of IgA to exchange ideas, discuss latest developments, and initiate new collaborations and strengthen existing ones.
With its special track Isogeometric Analysis in Industry, IGAA 2018 explicitly welcomes stakeholders from industry to share their experience with this novel methodology and to learn about new trends.
For more information: igaa2018

NMC 2018

Date: 3 and 4 April 2018
Location: Veldhoven
Organization: Mark van Assem (NWO), Joke Blom (CWI/KWG), Remco Duits (TUe), Wil Schilders (e/PWN)

The NMC 2018 will be different from previous NMC's. The program will have many more activities than before, in particular with more emphasis on applications of mathematics.
The program will consist of 3 plenary lectures and 6 or 7 parallel sessions each day; in addition there will be many activities during (extended) lunch breaks and after the sessions.
Among the sessions: a session organized by DISC, a session by mathematicians working in industry, and a session on the Study group Mathematics and Industry.
For more information: NMC 2018

YES IX “Scalable Statistics: on accuracy, computational complexity and privacy”

Date: March 7-9, 2018
Location: Eurandom, Eindhoven University of Technology
Organization: P.J. Serra (TUe), J. Bierkens (TUD), R. Castro (TUe), B. Szabo (LEI)

The role of scalable inference methods is becoming more and more central in statistics and machine learning due to an explosive increase in size and complexity of datasets. In such large-scale and complex scenarios there is, in a practical sense, a diminishing relevance of classic statistical methods that despite being endowed with sound statistical performance guarantees are not able to deal with the computational and memory constraints imposed by the existing hardware.
For more information: YES IX

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Events 2018

International workshop Energy-Open
Nov. 29 – 30, 2018

Introduction
Along with the energy transition to comply to the climate goals, fundamental changes in energy infrastructures are expected to replace electricity production mainly based on fossil fuels by sustainable and renewable energy sources based on e.g. solar, wind, or hydro. Other changes include the ongoing growth of the electricity consumption resulting from an electrification of transport (electric vehicles) and heating (heat pumps), leading to a quite complex integration between the different energy systems of electricity, transportation and heat. Future energy system will become a complex cyber-physical ecosystem which would require an integrated paradigm for energy management and control systems to cope with challenges in the forms of physical constraints violation, liberalised markets, resource allocation/scheduling, and the resilience of the entire energy system itself.
Synergy between power engineering and  mathematics, computer science, data science,  and economic sciences is necessary to address such cross-cutting issues of future integrated energy systems to optimally achieve the technical, economic, and environmental benefits. The aim of this workshop is to facilitate interaction between these disciplines.

Invited speakers
Bert Claessens       (REStore)
Florian Dorfler       (ETH Zurich)
Damien Ernst        (Université Liège)
Johann Hurink       (University Twente)
Zita Vale               (University of Porto)

Scope/topics
The workshop aims to bring together researchers from engineering, computer science, and mathematics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
-       Physical and Commercial micro-grids;
-       Local energy communities;
-       Multi-energy systems;
-       Reliability and resiliency of future integrated energy systems;
-       Multi-dimension planning future energy infrastructures;
-       Complexity in (local) energy market designs;
-       Data-driven models for optimal scheduling and operation;
-       User behavior; 

On behalf of the conference organisers
Madeleine Gibescu (UU), Phoung Nguyen (TU/e) and Bert Zwart (CWI and TU/e).

43rd Woudschoten Conference on Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

Date: October 3-5, 2018
Location: Woudschoten, Zeist
Organization: C.W.Oosterlee (TUD en CWI), S. Vandewalle (KU Leuven), B. Koren (TU Eindhoven), R. Bisseling (U.U trecht

Themes and speakers of the 2018 conference are:
1. Multilevel Monte Carlo methods
* Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh)
* Raul F. Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
2. Recent developments in time-integration methods for ODEs and PDEs
* Rob Falgout (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
* Giovanni Samaey (KU Leuven)
3. Sparse direct linear solvers
* Jennifer Scott (University of Reading and Science and Technology Facilities Council)
* Xiaoye Sherry Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
For more information: Woudschoten Conference

4TU-AMI Big Data symposium 2018

Title: Reducing dimensions in Big Data: Model Order Reduction in action.
Date: June 8, 2018
Location: Utrecht BCN (Central Station, Catherijnesingel 48).
For more information: Big Data Symposium

The goal of the event is to build bridges between Model Order Reduction and Big Data and discuss its relevance to industrial applications. The symposium will feature talks by speakers from academia and industry, as well as a panel discussion.

3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA2018)

Date: April 23 - April 27, 2018
Location: Science Centre Delft, Delft.
Organizer: Prof.dr.ir. Harald van Brummelen

Following the spirit of its predecessors IGAA 2012 (Linz, Austria) and IGAA 2014 (Annweiler amTrifels, Germany), the 3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA 2018) aims at bringing together researchers from academia and industry worldwide. Our goal is to provide an international platform for IgA experts as well as newcomers in the field of IgA to exchange ideas, discuss latest developments, and initiate new collaborations and strengthen existing ones.
With its special track Isogeometric Analysis in Industry, IGAA 2018 explicitly welcomes stakeholders from industry to share their experience with this novel methodology and to learn about new trends.
For more information: igaa2018

NMC 2018

Date: 3 and 4 April 2018
Location: Veldhoven
Organization: Mark van Assem (NWO), Joke Blom (CWI/KWG), Remco Duits (TUe), Wil Schilders (e/PWN)

The NMC 2018 will be different from previous NMC's. The program will have many more activities than before, in particular with more emphasis on applications of mathematics.
The program will consist of 3 plenary lectures and 6 or 7 parallel sessions each day; in addition there will be many activities during (extended) lunch breaks and after the sessions.
Among the sessions: a session organized by DISC, a session by mathematicians working in industry, and a session on the Study group Mathematics and Industry.
For more information: NMC 2018

YES IX “Scalable Statistics: on accuracy, computational complexity and privacy”

Date: March 7-9, 2018
Location: Eurandom, Eindhoven University of Technology
Organization: P.J. Serra (TUe), J. Bierkens (TUD), R. Castro (TUe), B. Szabo (LEI)

The role of scalable inference methods is becoming more and more central in statistics and machine learning due to an explosive increase in size and complexity of datasets. In such large-scale and complex scenarios there is, in a practical sense, a diminishing relevance of classic statistical methods that despite being endowed with sound statistical performance guarantees are not able to deal with the computational and memory constraints imposed by the existing hardware.
For more information: YES IX

International workshop Energy-Open
Nov. 29 – 30, 2018

Introduction
Along with the energy transition to comply to the climate goals, fundamental changes in energy infrastructures are expected to replace electricity production mainly based on fossil fuels by sustainable and renewable energy sources based on e.g. solar, wind, or hydro. Other changes include the ongoing growth of the electricity consumption resulting from an electrification of transport (electric vehicles) and heating (heat pumps), leading to a quite complex integration between the different energy systems of electricity, transportation and heat. Future energy system will become a complex cyber-physical ecosystem which would require an integrated paradigm for energy management and control systems to cope with challenges in the forms of physical constraints violation, liberalised markets, resource allocation/scheduling, and the resilience of the entire energy system itself.
Synergy between power engineering and  mathematics, computer science, data science,  and economic sciences is necessary to address such cross-cutting issues of future integrated energy systems to optimally achieve the technical, economic, and environmental benefits. The aim of this workshop is to facilitate interaction between these disciplines.

Invited speakers
Bert Claessens       (REStore)
Florian Dorfler       (ETH Zurich)
Damien Ernst        (Université Liège)
Johann Hurink       (University Twente)
Zita Vale               (University of Porto)

Scope/topics
The workshop aims to bring together researchers from engineering, computer science, and mathematics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
-       Physical and Commercial micro-grids;
-       Local energy communities;
-       Multi-energy systems;
-       Reliability and resiliency of future integrated energy systems;
-       Multi-dimension planning future energy infrastructures;
-       Complexity in (local) energy market designs;
-       Data-driven models for optimal scheduling and operation;
-       User behavior; 

On behalf of the conference organisers
Madeleine Gibescu (UU), Phoung Nguyen (TU/e) and Bert Zwart (CWI and TU/e).

43rd Woudschoten Conference on Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing

Date: October 3-5, 2018
Location: Woudschoten, Zeist
Organization: C.W.Oosterlee (TUD en CWI), S. Vandewalle (KU Leuven), B. Koren (TU Eindhoven), R. Bisseling (U.U trecht

Themes and speakers of the 2018 conference are:
1. Multilevel Monte Carlo methods
* Aretha Teckentrup (University of Edinburgh)
* Raul F. Tempone (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
2. Recent developments in time-integration methods for ODEs and PDEs
* Rob Falgout (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
* Giovanni Samaey (KU Leuven)
3. Sparse direct linear solvers
* Jennifer Scott (University of Reading and Science and Technology Facilities Council)
* Xiaoye Sherry Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
For more information: Woudschoten Conference

4TU-AMI Big Data symposium 2018

Title: Reducing dimensions in Big Data: Model Order Reduction in action.
Date: June 8, 2018
Location: Utrecht BCN (Central Station, Catherijnesingel 48).
For more information: Big Data Symposium

The goal of the event is to build bridges between Model Order Reduction and Big Data and discuss its relevance to industrial applications. The symposium will feature talks by speakers from academia and industry, as well as a panel discussion.

3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA2018)

Date: April 23 - April 27, 2018
Location: Science Centre Delft, Delft.
Organizer: Prof.dr.ir. Harald van Brummelen

Following the spirit of its predecessors IGAA 2012 (Linz, Austria) and IGAA 2014 (Annweiler amTrifels, Germany), the 3rd Conference on Isogeometric Analysis and Applications (IGAA 2018) aims at bringing together researchers from academia and industry worldwide. Our goal is to provide an international platform for IgA experts as well as newcomers in the field of IgA to exchange ideas, discuss latest developments, and initiate new collaborations and strengthen existing ones.
With its special track Isogeometric Analysis in Industry, IGAA 2018 explicitly welcomes stakeholders from industry to share their experience with this novel methodology and to learn about new trends.
For more information: igaa2018

NMC 2018

Date: 3 and 4 April 2018
Location: Veldhoven
Organization: Mark van Assem (NWO), Joke Blom (CWI/KWG), Remco Duits (TUe), Wil Schilders (e/PWN)

The NMC 2018 will be different from previous NMC's. The program will have many more activities than before, in particular with more emphasis on applications of mathematics.
The program will consist of 3 plenary lectures and 6 or 7 parallel sessions each day; in addition there will be many activities during (extended) lunch breaks and after the sessions.
Among the sessions: a session organized by DISC, a session by mathematicians working in industry, and a session on the Study group Mathematics and Industry.
For more information: NMC 2018

YES IX “Scalable Statistics: on accuracy, computational complexity and privacy”

Date: March 7-9, 2018
Location: Eurandom, Eindhoven University of Technology
Organization: P.J. Serra (TUe), J. Bierkens (TUD), R. Castro (TUe), B. Szabo (LEI)

The role of scalable inference methods is becoming more and more central in statistics and machine learning due to an explosive increase in size and complexity of datasets. In such large-scale and complex scenarios there is, in a practical sense, a diminishing relevance of classic statistical methods that despite being endowed with sound statistical performance guarantees are not able to deal with the computational and memory constraints imposed by the existing hardware.
For more information: YES IX