Don’t miss Artelys at the 2018 OR conference in Brussels

28 August 2018

— Artelys is a sponsor of the OR2018 annual conference, which will be held from September 12th to 14th, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.

Come and visit us at our booth or during one of our two workshops on Artelys Knitro, the leading nonlinear optimization solver.

Every year this international conference on Operations Research, Optimization and AI brings together many researchers and practitioners from this field, both from academic institutions and industry.

Our booth is open to everyone! Come and get information on our products, consulting services and training, and more specifically on our services and software tools for Operations Research.

During the event, the Artelys team will present Artelys Knitro 11.0, a new conic solver and other novelties, on two occasions:

Tuesday, September 11th, 3:00pm – 5:00pm: this 2-hour workshop will be dedicated to presenting nonlinear optimization challenges in detail, as well as the use of Artelys Knitro for solving such problems. Entrance is free and open to any attendee of the conference. You only need to register online here.
Wednesday, September 12th, 11:30am: the main new features of Artelys Knitro 11.0 will be presented in detail during the program WB-12: Technologies of Artificial Creativity, in Stream: OR in Engineering, in Room: 1i. Dublin


Please join us at the conference, the whole Artelys team will be happy to welcome you. Register now at OR2018 here.

If you cannot make it to Brussels, please contact us for any questions regarding our optimization services or any help Artelys may provide your business with:

Join us at the METIS 3 dissemination event organized by Artelys!

Join us at the METIS 3 dissemination event organized by Artelys!

— Artelys is thrilled to invite you to the METIS 3 Dissemination Event taking place on 17 April. During this online event, we will present the latest results of the METIS project and discuss the benefits of using advanced multi-energy modelling solutions such as METIS for energy and climate policymaking.

read more
New method for energy mix pathway optimization problems

New method for energy mix pathway optimization problems

— Planning for the energy transition requires the ability to optimize energy system development pathways, considering complex interactions and constraints, particularly concerning interactions between sectors and vectors. In this context, Artelys has developed a new method for solving these large-scale mathematical problems.

read more

subscribe to our newsletters

The collected data will be exclusively processed by the company Artelys for the purpose of keeping you informed about the services and products marketed by our company.


© ARTELYS • All rights reserved • Legal mentions

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This