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  • Fall School 2019
  • Fall School 2019
  • Fall School 2019
Quasi-Variational-Inequalities

Speakers

Jong-Shi Pang

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Generalized Nash-Equilibrium Problems in Finite Dimensions

Jong-Shi Pang is an applied mathematician with a wide range of interests, working in the area of optimization and different kind of equilibrium problems as well as their applications in many engineering fields. He is a winner of the 1994 Frederick W. Lanchester Prize and the 2003 George B. Dantzig Prize. He is author of three widely cited monographs and almost 200 peer-reviewed papers in international journals.
 

Website of Jong-Shi Pang
(University of Southern California, USA)

 

Lecture Notes of Jong-Shi Pang

Carlos N. Rautenberg

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Introduction to Quasi-Variational Inequalities in Hilbert Spaces

Carlos N. Rautenberg is the head of a research group on numerics and optimization of  robust equilibria. Among his research interests is the analysis, numerics, and optimization of quasi-variational inequalities in function spaces. He is the author of several peer-reviewed papers in international journals.
 

Website of  Carlos N. Rautenberg
(Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany

 

Lecture Notes 1 of Carlos N. Rautenberg

Lecture Notes 2 of Carlos N. Rauternberg

Lecture Notes 3 of Carlos N. Rautenberg

Lecture Notes 4 of Carlos N. Rautenberg

Hasnaa Zidani

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Optimal Control and Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman Equations

Hasnaa Zidani is well known for her contributions to control theory. Her research interests lie in the area of applied mathematics with a particular focus on optimization based methods in control theory and on numerical analysis for Hamilton-Jacobi equations. She has published more than 50 peer-reviewed papers in international journals.
 

Website of Hasnaa Zidani
(ENSTA ParisTech, France)

 

Lecture Notes 1-2 of Hasnaa Zidani

Lecture Notes 3 of Hasnaa Zidani

Local Organizer

Silke Korbl

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