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ECE Professor Receives NSF Research Grant to Develop Optimization Algorithms

ECE Professor Receives NSF Research Grant to Develop Optimization Algorithms

Professor André Tits is the principal investigator for a three-year, $200,000, National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for "Feasible Point Optimization Methods for Design and Other Engineering Applications." The research will develop, analyze, implement, and test numerical algorithms for the solution of constrained optimization problems with a large number of inequality constraints. Such problems are common in engineering applications. The resulting algorithms and software should have a significant impact in a wide range of application areas.

February 10, 2005


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