EURO Young Researchers Seminars


AIRO Young Researchers member Alberto Santini organises a series of seminars/webinars, with the aim to increase the exposure of PhD students and young researchers, foster cross-fertilisation between different fields of OR, and provide a friendly environment to discuss and receive feedback. The seminars are officially sponsored by the Association of European Operational Research Societies (EURO).

The seminars are held at the University of Bologna, but streamed live to allow the participation of researchers and practitioners from all over the world. The streaming platform also allows the internet audience to interact with the presenter and ask questions via chat or microphone.

Live Seminars Streaming

The URL to follow the live webinars and interact with the presenter is:

Past seminars

Date Speaker Affiliation Topic
31/05/2016 Thibaut Vidal PUC Rio de Janeiro and CIRRELT Montreal Node, Edge, Arc Routing and Turn Penalties Slides Rec
26/05/2016 Raphael Kramer University of Modena and Reggio Emilia An Exact Algorithm for the Capacitated p-centre Problem Slides Rec
24/05/2016 Andrea Peano Univeristy of Ferrara Generalizing path-relinking for simulation-optimization problems Slides
19/05/2016 Claudio Gambella University of Bologna The Vehicle Routing Problem with Floating Targets: Formulation and Solution Approach Slides Rec
12/05/2016 Francesca Maggioni University of Bergamo Bounds and Approximations in Stochastic Programming Slides Rec
07/04/2016 Philippe Lacomme Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand Combined production and scheduling problems Slides Rec
31/03/2016 Arthur Kramer Univeristy of Modena and Reggio Emilia A Local Search Based Metaheuristic for a Class of Earliness and Tardiness Scheduling Problems Slides Rec
11/02/2016 Filippo Masini University of Bologna Exact Algorithms for Operational Management of Station-Based Electric Car Sharing Systems Slides Rec
01/02/2016 Emiliano Traversi University of Paris 13 Application of Dantzig-Wolfe Reformulation to Binary Quadratic Problems Slides Rec
21/01/2016 Georg Brandstätter University of Vienna ILP formulations for finding optimal locations for charging stations in an electric car sharing network Slides Rec
25/06/2015 Veronica Dal Sasso University of Padova A column generation approach for Pure Parsimony Haplotyping Slides Rec
21/05/2015 Bruno Petrato Bruck University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Non-elementary formulations for the single Vehicle Routing Problem with deliveries and selective pickups Slides
30/04/2015 Sven Wiese University of Bologna Deriving intersection cuts from wide split disjunctions Slides Rec
26/03/2015 Maxence Delorme University of Bologna 1- and 2-dimensional packing problems Slides Rec
26/02/2015 Jonas Schweiger ZIB Berlin and IBM Max clique cuts for standard quadratic programs Rec
29/01/2015 Alberto Santini University of Bologna A rich variant of the TSP with Pickups and Deliveries