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Optimization: Models, theory and algorithms

Mathematical programming models and discrete optimization methods provide interesting techniques for analysis and decision making. Modelling, algorithms and computational methods in these areas provide for several areas of theoretical and applied research. The modelling and solutions of large network flow optimization problems have been some of the recent works in this area. These arise in logistics, transport and several other planning applications. Newer developments in integer programming and nonlinear programming provide powerful ways of solving large problems that arise in practice. These are also of interest to the group. 

Faculty: Vishnu Narayanan, Ashutosh Mahajan, Avinash Bhardwaj