This conference is the 18th of the series of French-German meetings which started in Oberwolfach, Germany, in 1980. Since 1998, the conference has been organized under the participation of a third European country. This time it is jointly organized with Italy, and takes place at the Paderborn University. The conference will consist of invited plenary talks, minisymposia, and contributed talks.
The conference will address all aspects of optimization and its applications, including:
The programme committee of FGI 17 strongly supports the organization of minisymposia dedicated to specific topics of interest, and organized by individuals who are well positioned within the respective fields. A minisymposium comprises four talks, each with a 30 minutes slot (including discussion).
Prospective minisymposium organizers are asked to submit a proposal consisting of a title and a description (not to exceed 150 words), as well as contact information. The program committee will referee the proposals.
The minisymposium participants should submit abstracts of their presentations as indicated in the Abstract Submission section, with an annotation into which particular minisymposium the presentation should be included.
Relevant deadlines are the following:
submission of abstracts and minisymposia proposals: April 30th, 2017 notification of acceptance: June 12th, 2017 early registration fee: July 1st, 2017
Andrei A. Agrachev, Trieste, Italy
Stefania Bellavia, Firenze, Italy
Dorin Bucur, Chambéry, France
Francisco Facchinei, Roma, Italy
Maurizio Falcone, Roma, Italy
Matteo Fischetti, Padova, Italy
Rida Laraki, Paris, France
Alexander Martin, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Helmut Maurer, Münster, Germany
Dominikus Noll, Toulouse, France
Sabine Pickenhain, Cottbus, Germany
Filippo Santambrogio, Orsay, France
Emmanuel Trélat, Paris, France
Michael Ulbrich, München, Germany
Andrea Walther, Paderborn, Germany
In order to submit an abstract to the conference, please
download and complete the LaTeX form, you can browse the Sample Submission for hints,
test your submission by inserting it into the LaTeX template, run LaTeX with this file to make sure it compiles properly and produces acceptable output,
submit the abstract via EasyChair using this webpage (you will need an account at EasyChair for this action).
All abstracts must be in English, no more than one page is recommended, the maximum is two pages.
Further details will be published on the linked pages.
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