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== SIAG/OPT Conferences == == SIAG/OPT Conferences ==
 +* [ 13th SIAM Conference on Optimization], July 20-23, 2021, Spokane, Washington.
 +** ''13th SIAM Conference on Optimization, May 26-29, 2020, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong'' -- postponed to 2021.
* [ 12th SIAM Conference on Optimization], May 22-25, 2017, Vancouver, Canada. * [ 12th SIAM Conference on Optimization], May 22-25, 2017, Vancouver, Canada.
* [ 11th SIAM Conference on Optimization], May 19-22, 2014, San Diego, California. * [ 11th SIAM Conference on Optimization], May 19-22, 2014, San Diego, California.

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How to join SIAG/OPT

Membership in SIAM activity groups is open only to SIAM members. You can join SIAG/OPT or any other activity group when you initiate or renew your membership or via join SIAG.

SIAG Newsletter

SIAG/OPT Views and News is the newsletter for the SIAM Activity Group on Optimization. Topics covered include announcements of conferences, forthcoming books, new software, electronic archives, research questions and job openings. If you would like to submit an article to this newsletter please send your contributions by email directly to one of the editors, Jennifer Erway and Pietro Belotti. All submissions must be in Latex format and preferably in doublecolumn format.

Posting to SIAG/OPT

You may post messages to the SIAG/OPT membership by sending mail to opt for redistribution. Typical messages include announcements of new books, new papers, conferences, workshop and job positions. For further questions contact the opt list manager.

SIAG/Optimization Prize

The next SIAG/Optimization prize will be awarded at the SIAM Conference on Optimization in 2020.

See the prize page for more details of the prize, including guidelines, past prize winners, and past prize committees.

The 2017 prize was awarded to Jérôme Bolte, Shoham Sabach, and Marc Teboulle for their paper "Proximal Alternating Linearized Minimization for Nonconvex and Nonsmooth Problems."

SIAG/OPT Conferences

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New Officers elected for 2017-2020

Congratulations to the following people who were elected to three year terms as officers of the SIAG from 2017 - 2020

  • Tamás Terlaky (Chair)
  • Andreas Waechter (Vice Chair)
  • Michael Friedlander (Program Director)
  • Jim Luedtke (Secretary/Treasurer)

Informal Job Descriptions of Officers

  • The chair of SIAG/OPT is responsible for overall leadership of the SIAG. Tasks include:
  1. Attendance of SIAG Chairs meeting at each SIAM National Meeting
  2. Writing Chair's column for SIAG Newsletter
  3. Co-chair of programming committee for SIAM Optimization Meeting
  4. Renewal of SIAG Charter
  5. Formation of nominating committee
  6. Chairing SIAG business meeting
  7. Oversight and management responsibility for SIAG activities
  • The vice chair serves as the deputy for the chair, and is chair of the prize committee
  • The Secretary of the SIAG shall keep a record of the affairs of the SIAG, handle correspondence, and submit the reports of SIAG activities. The Secretary is responsible for the production and distribution of SIAG newsletters (typically delegated to the editor of that publication) and for insuring that the information about the SIAG on the SIAM website is correct.
  • The main task of the program director is to serve as co-chair (together with the president) of the program committee of the triennial SIAM Conference on Optimization. This entails selecting a location, appointing a program committee, and then, together with the program committee, selecting speakers and themes for the meeting. A second task is to ensure that optimization is well represented at the SIAM Annual Meeting during off-years. The program director, working with the other officers, tries to promote optimization throughout the SIAM community in general, for example, by soliciting minisymposia at other SIAM conferences or soliciting articles for SIAM News.
  • The SIAG/OPT Views-and-News editor solicits articles or special issues for our newsletter, edits, and publishes each issue. The editor is appointed by the elected SIAG officers.

Formal Job Descriptions of Officers

Past officers of SIAG/Optimization

  • 2014 - 2017

Chair: Juan Meza Vice Chair: Martine Labbé Program Director: Michael Friedlander Secretary/Treasurer: Kim-Chuan Toh

  • 2011 - 2014

Chair: Michael Todd Vice Chair: Mihai Anitescu Program Director: Miguel Anjos Secretary/Treasurer: Marina Epelman

  • 2008 - 2011

Chair: Michael C. Ferris Vice Chair: Yinyu Ye Program Director: Stephen A. Vavasis Secretary/Treasurer: S. Thomas McCormick

  • 2004 - 2007

Chair: Kurt M. Anstreicher Vice Chair: Robert J. Vanderbei Program Director: Sven Leyffer Secretary/Treasurer: Kees Roos

  • 2001 - 2003

Chair: Henry Wolkowicz Vice Chair: Philippe L. Toint Program Director: Anders Forsgren Secretary/Treasurer: Natalia M Alexandrov

  • 1998 - 2000

Chair: Thomas F. Coleman Vice Chair: Stephen J. Wright Program Director: Virginia Torczon Secretary/Treasurer: Ariela Sofer

  • 1995 - 1997

Chair: Jorge J. More' Vice Chair: C. T. Kelley Program Director: Philip E. Gill Secretary/Treasurer: Ekkehard W. Sachs

  • 1992 - 1994

Chair: Andrew R. Conn Vice Chair: C. T. Kelley Program Director: David M. Gay Secretary/Treasurer: Jorge Nocedal

  • 1989 - 1991

Chair: John E. Dennis Vice Chair: Andrew R. Conn Program Director: Michael L. Overton Secretary/Treasurer: Stephen G. Nash

  • 1986 - 1988

Chair: Paul T. Boggs Vice Chair: Robert Schnabel Program Director: Richard Tapia Secretary/Treasurer: Thomas F. Coleman

  • SIAG/OPT began operation in 1986
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