Recent Advances in Global Optimization
Final rept. 1 Jan-31 Dec 1991,
PRINCETON UNIV NJ DEPT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
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The conference on Recent Advances In Global Optimization took place during May 10-11, 1991 at Princeton University. It was organized by Professor C. A. Floudas Princeton University and P.M. Pardalos Penn State and supported by AFOSR under grant AFOSR-91-0116. the conference was very successful and attracted researchers from a wide spectrum of interests and activities that is reflected in applied mathematics, computer sciences, operations research, chemical, civil, mechanical and electrical engineering, biochemistry and chemistry. It represents the first truly international conference devoted exclusively on the subject of global optimization, having 80 participants from USA, Germany, Finland, Italy, France, Vietnam, Russia, Canada, Portugal and Mexico. Princeton University recently published a book Eds. Floudas and Pardalos with the referred papers presented at the conference and the Journal of Global Optimization is going to devote two issues on selected papers of this conference.
- Operations Research