Nonlinear Integer Programming Applications in Biomedicine

Author: Distinguished Professor, Director of Center for Applied Optimization
Event Date: April 9, 2008
Speaker: Dr. Pandos Pardalos
Speaker Affiliation: University of Florida
Sponsor: BME Seminar Series
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: BMED 1001
Open To: ACCEPTABLE FOR ECE694A

 

In recent years optimization has been widely used in in many problems in
biomedicine. These problems are inherently complex and very difficult to
solve.

In this talk we are going to focus on global optimization techniques
(multi-quadratic 0-1 integer programming) in computational neurosciences
and biclustering (nonlinear fractional 0-1 integer programming) based
data mining approaches in cancer research. In addition, several other
applications will be briefly discussed.



This seminar will be telecommed to SL-220 in Indianapolis.