Artelys is publishing today its training program for the year 2018. This year’s offer includes a number of additional courses and consists of the following main themes:
• Optimization and Data Science
• Economic optimization of energy systems
• Numerical components and optimization tools
We hope that this program will meet your expectations. We are eager to receive you and hope that you will enjoy these ambitious courses.
The next training sessions will take place in March 2018:
• 6-7th March, 2018: Forecasting demand with R
Forecasting demand efficiently has become a key point for cost management in many domains. In this training, you will develop your skills in R, a state of the art and Open Source statistical tool. You will learn how to install this software environment, the theoretical aspects of forecasting, the associated statistical techniques, and how to implement a demand forecasting methodology.
• 13-14th March, 2018: Introduction to linear optimization
In this training, you will learn how to model and optimize your problem efficiently within the powerful Linear Programming framework. The theoretical fundamentals of this method and various resolution algorithms will be introduced in order for you to be able to efficiently interpret the results. A lot of practical exercises will be proposed during the training sessions to help you get your hands on this method with FICO® Xpress.
— Join Artelys on May 18th to learn more about Artelys Knitro, the most advanced solver for nonlinear optimization and ways to unleash the full potential of mathematical optimization.
— Artelys is thrilled to invite you to the METIS 2 Dissemination Event on May 31th. During this online event, we will present the METIS project’s latest results and discuss the benefits of using this modeling tool for energy and climate policymaking.
— As part of the METIS project, Artelys delivered a first model in 2018 to the European Commission. This year, Artelys has provided a major upgrade of the energy system model METIS.
Release of ADEME’s report “Modeling and optimizing French and European power mixes from 2020 to 2060”
— ADEME, the French energy and environment agency, contracted with Artelys to analyze four power systems scenarios.
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