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While Robust Optimization has been utilized for a variety of design problems, application of Robust Design to the control of large-scale systems presents unique challenges to assure rapid convergence of the solution. Specifically, the need to account for uncertainty in the optimization loop can lead to a prohibitively expensive optimization using existing methods when using robust optimization for control. In this talk, a robust optimization framework suitable for operational control of large scale systems is presented.
Graduate Committee invites all Mathematics graduate students, faculty, and staff to participate in the Mathematics Professional Development event planned for Wednesday February 17, at 5:00-7:00pm in MLC. The event will include short presentations on professional materials required when applying for various mathematics careers (teaching in colleges, research/teaching positions, industry, labs, and other). Break-out sessions with faculty and alumni volunteers who have experience relevant to these careers and can provide constructive comments are also planned. Refreshments will be served.
The OSU Department of Mathematics will host the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of the MAA to be held on April 1-2, 2016. The eighth annual Northwest Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium (NUMS) will be embedded within the larger annual meeting.
The purpose of the Pacific Northwest Section is to advance collegiate-level mathematics on a regional level as well as to provide professional development and networking activities for section members and mathematics students. Much of the section’s activities center around the annual meeting, including Project NExT (New...