The research group supervised by Prof. Wolfgang Konen from TH Köln has a collaboration with the Natural Computing group (head: Prof. Thomas H.W. Bäck) of the LIACS Computer Science department at Leiden University. On October,16th, 2015, a seminar took place in Leiden, Netherlands, in which both groups presented their recent research works.
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This year GECCO took place in Madrid on 11-15 of July. Many interesting tutorials and workshops were presented in this conference. On 14th of July we presented our paper about a new repair method for constrained optimization. You can download the presentation slides from here.
We are glad to inform you that SACOBRA package is now available on CRAN. SACOBRA package performs surrogate-assisted optimization by utilizing radial basis function interpolation. SACOBRA solver is a derivative-free optimizer appropriate to address constrained expensive optimization problems.
Many real-world optimization problems are dealing with constraints. The valid solution for constrained optimization problems (COP) lies somewhere in the feasible region which is a sub-set of the input-space. The borders of the feasible area are defined by one or many constraints. Existance of constraints makes the optimization problems more demanding. There are different approaches to...
The DAAD prize of Cologne University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) goes this year to Campus Gummersbach. The Iranian master student Samineh Bagheri from the Master programme "Automation & IT" is awarded with this prize. Cordial congratulations! © Schmülgen/FH Köln More information on this year's DAAD prize are found in the official press release of CUAS (in German)....
The 24th Workshop Computational Intelligence 2014, an annual conference held by Computational Intelligence (CI) Chapter of VDI-GMA (Gesellschaft für Mess- und Automatisierungstechnik) in Dortmund, has attributed the Young Author Award to Patrick Koch, PhD, scientific member of my research group at Campus Gummersbach. I am very happy for him and congratulate him cordially!
Mr. Markus Thill has won the first price in the 2012 OPITZ CONSULTING “Innovation in Informatics” contest. Many congratulations from the CIOP team!! Mr. Thill’s thesis advanced the state of the art in reinforcement learning for complex board games, here Connect Four. Read more about his work on this page.
The CIOP team is proud to announce that the latest version (V 0.9.0, February 2013) of the Tuned Data Mining in R (TDMR) package is now available for download on the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN). Download the new released version from this link.
Title: Self-Adaptive Algorithms for Finding Robust Optima: Promises and Limitations Time: Fr., Oct, 26th, 2012, 11:00-11:45, Place: Room 0.214 Abstract: Many problems in engineering design deal with locating optimal parameter configurations for systems. Evolution strategies provide a robust framework for this. This talk deals with the question of how we can find optima that...
Publication: Wolfgang Konen, Patrick Koch, How slow is slow? SFA detects signals that are slower than the driving force, In: B. Filipic, J. Silc (eds.), Proc. 4th Int. Conf. on Bioinspired Optimization Methods and their Applications, BIOMA 2010, May 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia