Replies posted by Jess Es
While there were many great submissions, the committee has selected the following three teams as the list of finalists.Finalist: Bern Unicorns’s, Department of Business Administration, University of Bern, SwitzerlandStudents: Robin Hauenstein, Nicklas Klein, Nicola Travaglini Advisor: Norbert Trautmann Finalist: The HospITAls, Department of Mathematics ”Felice Casorati”, University of Pavia, Pavia, ItalyStudents: Ambrogio Maria Bernardelli, Lorenzo Bonasera, Eleonora Vercesi Advisor: Davide DumaFinalist: TU Berlin, Institute for Mathematics, TU Berlin, GermanyStudents: Mohammed Majthoub Almoghrabi, Przemyslaw Bartman Advisor: G. Sagnol
Hi folks!I’ll get things started…My name is Jessica, and I manage the online community (and some other community development projects) here at AIMMS! I am from the US, but am in the process of moving to Europe… I am currently gathering some help to “level up” our community platform and make it work for you! What I love about AIMMS is its versatility - I’ve seen so many cool projects with hugely diverse areas and purposes (and industries, and academic interests, ...) As for my zombie-defense plan, I have memorized the dance steps from Thriller. Once the music has begun, they cannot resist to join in the dance routine, giving others time to set defense positions. I know we can defeat the horde!Looking forward to hearing from the rest of you!
Hi @rahmat glad to hear you are ready to try out the newest version!Sorry you’re having trouble getting to Octeract. Are you using an operating system other than Windows, by chance? It’s currently only supported for Windows.Otherwise, check out the “Adding a solver” section in this page from the docs:https://documentation.aimms.com/user-guide/miscellaneous/project-settings-and-options/solver-configuration.html#sec-setting-solver
1. Here is the link to the video of Analytics for a Better World Webinar (ABW-W), August 26, 2020, speaker: Frans de Ruiterhttps://mit.zoom.us/rec/share/z5d3KZHRp2hOcJ3gyGiHUI0aJ5v3eaa81CYbqPtYmBnMPmACxZALZZ8j87CtjF-E(webinar starts at 1:28 minutes) 2. Here is the link to the video of the second Webinar for Analytics Practitioners, August, 25th, 2020, speaker Dimitris Bertsimas (MIT):https://mit.zoom.us/rec/share/2stpf-_9-XxOeaOd6hiDYLx4Brr1eaa80HcfrvoLz0eZwIdeITLkeXVlDKbJj7ua(webinar starts at 3:05 minutes). Thanks again for sharing @Dick den Hertog :) (Contact information is at bottom of the original post if you want to be added to the mailing list for future updates in this series!)
Already have an account? Login
Please use your business or academic e-mail address to register
Login to the community
No account yet? Create an account
Enter your username or e-mail address. We'll send you an e-mail with instructions to reset your password.