[R-SIG-Finance] Workshop on Portfolio Optimisation & Stochastic Programming
Xiaochen.Sun at brunel.ac.uk
Fri Aug 11 18:06:18 CEST 2006
(Apologies for any cross-listings!)
Business Applications of Optimisation, Stochastic Programming & Portfolio Planning:
Introduction to Optimisation and its Applications: Linear & Integer Programming - Embedded DSS using SCRIPTING and COM Objects,
16 - 17 October, CARISMA, Brunel University, West London
Decision Making under Uncertainty: Stochastic Programming, 18 - 19 October, CARISMA, Brunel University, West London
Financial Planning Using Integer Quadratic Programming,
20 October, CARISMA, Brunel University, West London
We are pleased to announce the above workshops, which are organised by CARISMA, Brunel University, OptiRisk Systems and UNICOM Seminars.
The workshop series is specially designed to provide insight into the discipline of optimisation for a wide range of individuals such as OR professionals, quantitative analysts, risk analysts, DSS application developers, consultants, and academic researchers.
The courses will take you through all the steps of an optimisation project using powerful optimisation tools such as AMPL Modelling System, CPLEX, FortMP, FortSP and SPInE. They are most comprehensive and cover the latest developments in the field, with plenty of hands-on examples, which help you develop stochastic programming applications for your sector, be it financial planning, portfolio selection, supply chain, or energy systems planning.
Scenario Generation Hidden Markov Model
Enza Messina, University of Milan, Italy
Sloving Integer Stochastic Programming
Suvrajeet Sen, University of Arizona, USA
For further details please go to www.unicom.co.uk/optimise, either download brochure or email mapgxcs at brunel.ac.uk for a PDF filer.
We look forward to welcoming you to the workshops; please also make your colleagues aware of it. Thank you.
Centre for the Analysis of Risk and Optimisation Modelling Application;
School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics
Uxbridge, UB8 3PH
* xiaochen.sun at brunel.ac.uk
((+44) (0)1895 265625
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