Artelys publishes today its new training catalog focused on mathematical optimization.
Whether you are a data scientist wishing to bridge the gap between prediction and decision, an Energy Analyst wanting to make the best of energy system simulation tools or an Operations Research engineer willing to understand the bolts and nuts of numerical algorithms, Artelys has the course you need.
A progressive and consistent curriculum designed to bring you up to the equivalent of a Master is available.
- Optimization and Data Science
- Economic optimization of energy systems
- Numerical components and optimization tools
The training sessions will take place between March and November in our premises in Paris Saint-Lazare or by videoconference.
— In association with the French Energy Poverty Observatory (ONPE), Artelys has developed GEODIP, a tool including various cartographic representations of energy poverty in France. GEODIP is already available free of charge for local stakeholders.
The MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab uses Artelys Knitro to achieve High speed landing of quadruped robots
— There are various and fascinating projects adopting Artelys Knitro. Recently, the MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab used our nonlinear solver on quadruped robots. Artelys Knitro has been found to be the only non-linear solver capable of performing fast enough to be deployed onboard their robot for a real-time Optimal Landing Control.
— Last year, we were thrilled to announce that Artelys was amongst the top ten finalists of the ARPA-E Grid Optimization Competition – Challenge 1. Well, we would like to give another round of applause for the Artelys team that won this time the second prize of Challenge 2, earning $530k in prize money!
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