Registration includes all the talks and coffee breaks.
Social dinner is not included.
Thursday: Room B1 | Friday: Room T1
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Universitat de Barcelona
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585, 08007 Barcelona
AICA 2022. Applications to Industry of Computational AlgebraSign in
to November 11, 2022
Edifici Històric de la Universitat de Barcelona
AICA is a short industrial workshop focused on transfering knowledge from mathematical areas related to the application of algebra to the industrial world.
Industrial workshop organized by Red-EACA, a Network of Excellence partialy financed by the Spanish Ministery of Science, Innovation and Universities (RED2018-102709-T)
This event is locally organized by Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, and Centre de Recerca Matemàtica through the Maria de Maeztu Excellence Program.
María Emilia Alonso | Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Marta Casanellas | Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Francisco J. Castro Jiménez | Universidad de Sevilla
Carlos d’Andrea | Universitat de Barcelona
Ignacio García Marco | Universidad de La Laguna
Philippe Gimenez | Universidad de Valladolid | Chair
José Gómez Torrecillas | Universidad de Granada
Laureano González-Vega | Universidad de Cantabria
Manuel Ladra González | Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
Jorge Martín Morales | Universidad de Zaragoza
Francisco José Monserrat Delpalillo | Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Sonia Pérez | Universidad de Alcalá
Ana Romero | Universidad de La Rioja
Private companies are welcomed to participate with an oral presentation (20-30 minutes long) during the workshop. If you are interested, please submit your proposal to email@example.com (subject ‘AICA Talk’).
Students are welcomed to present internship experiencies at companies. Registration is free for this type of contributions.
Topological data analysis (TDA) can be broadly described as the application of topological ideas to find structure in data. The breakthrough in this field started during the 2000 with the introduction of persistent homology, an algorithm that allows one to study how the “shape” of a dataset varies across different levels of detail. In this talk we present an introduction of the subject and we discuss some examples in different fields: neuroscience, image recognition, …
Optimization methods for the design of progressive lenses
The lens is the transparent part of the eye behind the pupil that helps humans to see clearly by focusing light onto the retina. Over time, the lens loses some of its elasticity and therefore can no longer accommodate clearly for near vision. This phenomenon is called presbyopia and explains why people need reading glasses as they become older. Progressive lenses correct presbyopia and have a complex design: they have an upper region for far vision, a low region for near vision (reading), and a corridor that connects these areas which allows clearly vision at an intermediate distance, for example, when looking at a computer screen. In this talk we will present two different models for computing progressive lenses. Both models are highly nonlinear, nonconvex and continuous and were solved using the AMPL modeling language and the interior point solvers IPOPT, LOQO and KNITRO. This talk is part of an Industrial Doctorate developed through a partnership agreement between the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and the company Horizons Optical.
The registration fee for this event is 30€ (students free) which includes coffee breaks. Social dinner is not included, if you wish to attend please select the relevant option during your registration (you will have to pay an extra 30€).
- You will be asked to create a CRM web user account before registering to the activity through the following link:
CRM USER CREATION
Please note that it will be necessary to fill in both the personal and academic requested information in the web user intranet.
- Once your web user is created, you may register for the activity through the following link.
Participants have the chance to contribute with a 30 min. talk about a project at a company or institution
List of participants
|Carlos Antonio D\'Andrea||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Eduardo Sáenz de Cabezón||Universidad de La Rioja|
|Juan David Prada Malagón||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Marta Casanellas Rius||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Esther Ibáñez||ISI Foundation|
|Sergio Matilla||Universidad de Valladolid|
|Enric Florit Zacarías||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Albert Abio Rojo||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Saúl González Bermejo||Universidad de Valladolid|
|Glòria Casanellas Peñalver||Horizons Optical|
|Franco Coltraro||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Rubén Ballester||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Lan Gonzalez||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Pau Redon Muñoz||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Pol Padilla Gómez||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Pere Llorens Domingo||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Núria Costa||Scytl Election Technologies|
|Roser Homs Pons||Centre de Recerca Matemàtica|
|Angélica Torres||Centre de Recerca Matemàtica|
|Ignasi Sánchez Rodríguez||Universitat de Barcelona|
|Guillem Pascual||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
IF YOUR INSTITUTION COVERS YOUR REGISTRATION FEE: Please note that, in case your institution is paying for the registration via bank transfer, you will have to indicate your institution details and choose “Transfer” as the payment method at the end of the process.
UPF | UB | UPC | UAB
*If the paying institution is the UPF / UB/ UPC / UAB, after registering, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the institution internal reference number that we will need to issue the electronic invoice. Please, send us the Project code covering the registration if needed.
Paying by credit card
IF YOU PAY VIA CREDIT CARD but you need to provide the invoice to your institution to be reimbursed, please note that we will also need you to send an email to email@example.com providing the internal reference number given by your institution and the code of the Project covering the registration (if necessary).
LODGING IN BARCELONA
LODGING IN THE UAB-CAMPUS (BELLATERRA)