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Chair for Software and Algorithms for discrete Optimization

In this area of expertise, we investigate intelligent algorithms for the solution of discrete optimization problems with particular emphasis on practical implementation.

We research network algorithms (e.g., SP, MCF, TSP, STP) and methods for general (integer) optimization problems (e.g., LP, ILP, MILP, MINLP).

Also, we are engaged in modeling and research of solution methods for real-world industrial problems, such as the control and planning of gas, water and telecommunication networks, energy system models, and everything else that seems relevant and exciting to us. How well the methods can be implemented in practice is always important to us, be it on supercomputers (HPSC), graphics cards (GPU), workstations, or systems-on-chips (SoC).



Upcoming events

Monday, 28.09.2020 - Tuesday, 29.09.2020

EWG-POR WS Challenges in the deployment of OR projects

28.09.2020 - 29.09.2020
Type of event:

The third edition of the EURO Practice of OR working group conference will focus on OR projects that have met with difficulties during their implementation - including particularly tricky or unusual technical requirements that had to be addressed during the development phase or issues related to the use or acceptance by non-OR-expert end-users. Presenters will also discuss their experiences with the management of change in operations due to the introduction of an optimization or analytics application in an organization.

Zuse Institute Berlin Takustr. 7 14195 Berlin
13:30 - 16:00


Technische Universität Berlin
Institute for Mathematics
Secretariat MA 6-2
Straße des 17. Juni 136
10623 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 314-28643
Fax: +49 30 314-25047

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Seminar SS2020

What are the fastest Network Flow algorithms on modern hardware?
3236 L 411
: Prof. Dr. T. Koch


: MA 609

03.02.2020 00:00 14.04.2020 00:00


ADM I and some programming experience required.

Block VL SS2020

Combinatorial Optimization @ Work
3236 L 410
: Dr. T. Berthold, Prof. Dr. T. Koch

14.09.2020 26.09.2020

: ZIB, Raum 2001, Takustr. 7, 14195 Berlin