Posts Tagged ‘Alper Atamturk’

Berkeley Engineers Selected to Modernize the Grid

The Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) has just selected eighteen teams, including two with UC Berkeley Engineering researchers, to participate in the new Grid Optimization (GO) Competition. The UC Berkeley team will be led by EECS assistant professor in residence Somayeh Sojoudi, IEOR associate professor Javad Lavaei, and IEOR professor of the graduate school, Shmuel Oren.…

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IEOR researchers receive NSF funding to investigate power systems

Alper Atamturk Javad Lavaei IEOR professors Javad Lavaei and Alper Atamturk have been awarded $360,000 in funding by the National Science Foundation to investigate computational methods for mixed-integer programs in power systems. The research will take place from 2018-2021. Title:  Computational Methods for Mixed-Integer Programs in Power Systems Abstract:  The goal of this project is to design…

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Professor Alper Atamturk Delivers Keynote At INFORMS

Professor Alper Atamturk was a speaker at the annual INFORMS conference held this year in Philadelphia from November 1-4.  At the conference, Alper delivered his keynote titled “Conic Integer Optimization” (abstract below). Conic Integer Optimization In the last 25 years we have experienced significant advances in conic optimization. Polynomial interior point algorithms that have earlier been developed for linear optimization…

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