4-6 October 2023. Paris, France.
Centre INRIA de Paris, 2 rue Simone IFF, 75012 Paris.
Salle Jacques-Louis Lions.
Due to unexpected success, the event has been relocated to accomodate more people:
CNAM, Amphi Jean-Baptiste Say, 292 rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris.
Following the success of the JuliaDay
organized in Nantes in 2019, we are organizing a second edition
of the Julia & Optimization days, scheduled on 4-6 October 2023 in
The workshop will be organized both in English and in French.
It is open to anyone interested in
the application of Julia in optimization and scientific computing.
We strongly encourage master students and PhD students
to come to present their research works in Julia.
- Mathieu Besançon (Zuse Institute Berlin)
- Vincent Duval (Inria Paris)
- Xavier Gandibleux (Nantes Université)
- Vincent Leclère (École des Ponts ParisTech)
- Antoine Levitt (Laboratoire de mathématique d'Orsay)
- Pierre Navaro (Institut de recherche mathématique de Rennes)
- François Pacaud (Mines Paris-PSL)
- Agnès Plateau (CEDRIC, CNAM)
How do I attend?
The inscription is mandatory, but free of charge.
Please register on this link.
The number of attendees is limited to 140, corresponding to the
How do I propose a talk?
The submissions are now closed.
Wednesday, 4 October
- 9:00-9:30 : Welcome coffee
- 9:30-12:00 : Tutorial "Introduction to Julia"
- 13:30-14:00 : Opening presentation
- 14:00-17:00 : Tutorial "Introduction to JuMP", Oscar Dowson (JuMP)
Thursday, 5 October
- 09:00-09:30: "What's new in HiGHS", Julian HALL (University of Edinburgh)
- 09:30-10:00: "Building Coluna.jl, a branch-and-cut-and-price framework in Julia", Guillaume MARQUES (AtOptima)
- 10:00-10:30: "Large Scale Optimization via Monte Carlo Tree Search", Larkin LIU (TU Munich)
- 10:30-11:00: [Coffee break]
- 11:00-11:30: "JuMP into constraint programming", Jean-François BAFFIER (Internet Initiative Japan)
- 11:30-12:00: "From vOptGeneric.jl to MultiObjectiveAlgorithms.jl", Xavier GANDIBLEUX (Nantes Université)
- 13:30-14:00 : Presentation of the poster session
- 14:00-14:30: "Robust approximation of compact sets", Pierre NAVARO (CNRS)
- 14:30-15:00: "Shine of multiple dispatch: the Copulas.jl case", Oskar LAVERNY (UC Louvain)
- 15:00-15:30: [Poster session]
- 15:30-16:00: "From non-differentiability to discrete geometry: B-differential, hyperplanes and matroids", Baptiste PLAQUEVENT-JOURDAIN (Inria Paris)
- 16:00-16:30: "Seleroute.jl, a generic package for network-routing optimisation", Thibaut CUVELIER (Google)
- 16:30-17:00: "Convex Hull Formulation for Optimal Operation of Storage Including Reserves", Maaike ELGERSMA (Delft University of Technology)
- 17:00-17:30: "Dionysos.jl: a Modular Platform for Smart Symbolic Control", Adrien BANSE (UC Louvain)
Friday, 6 October
- 09:00-10:00: "Solving optimal control problems with Julia", Jean-Baptiste CAILLAU (Université Côte d'Azur)
- 10:00-10:30: "Latest developments for mixed-integer nonlinear programming in Artelys Knitro", Maxime DUFOUR (Artelys)
- 10:30-11:00: [Coffee break]
- 11:00-11:30: "Julia Smooth Optimizers: Streamlined Research and recent developments of the ecosystem", Abel SIQUEIRA (Netherlands eScience Center)
- 11:30-12:00: "Convex mixed-integer optimization algorithms with Boscia.jl and applications", Mathieu BESANÇON (Zuse Institute Berlin)
- 12:00-12:30: "Synergy between Macaulay and Sum-of-Squares frameworks", Benoît LEGAT (KU Leuven)
- 13:30-14:00: "Tutorial on graphs in Julia", Guillaume DALLE (EPFL)
- 14:00-14:30: "Algorithm for the packaging return logistics at Renault: a Julia code in production", Louis BOUVIER (ENPC)
- 14:30-15:00: "Nested approaches for multi-stage stochastic planning problems", Alireza SHEFAEI (TU Delft)
- 15:00-15:30: [Coffee break]
- 15:30-16:00: "Algorithms for the network alignment problem", Emanuele NATALE (I3S, INRIA)
- 16:00-16:30: "A Julia implementation of the Domain Decomposition Method (DDM.jl)", Vincent LE CHENADEC (Gustave Eiffel Université)
A poster session will be organized on Thursday, 5 October, in
the afternoon. It is a good opportunity for participants
willing to present their early works in a more informal setting.
The session is open to junior researchers (master and PhD students)
and to more experienced researchers. Its primary focus is the application
of Julia in optimization and scientific computing.