Department of Mathematics
Implementation Challenge in solving Steiner tree problems
Oleg Burdakov, Department of Mathematics, and his collaborators of the Department of Computer and Information Science, Jonas Kvarnström and Patrik Doherty, won the prestigious Implementation Challenge in solving Steiner tree problems. Their algorithms were based on their theoretical results on optimality conditions. The Challenge was organized by DIMACS. The Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) is a collaboration between Rutgers University, Princeton University, and the research firms AT&T, Bell Labs, Applied Communication Sciences, and NEC. Internationally recognized key experts in solving Steiner tree problems participated in the Challenge. Oleg Burdakov's team was the best in solving hop-constrained directed Steiner tree problems.
2014 SPS Signal Processing Magazine Best Column Award
Göran Bergqvist, Department of Mathematics, and Erik G. Larsson, Department of Electrical Engineering, have been selected for the 2014 SPS Signal Processing Magazine Best Column Award by the IEEE Signal Processing Society for their paper "The Higher-Order Singular Value Decomposition: Theory and an Application" published in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. The award winners will be presented at the Opening Ceremony of the conference ICASSP 2015 in April in Brisbane, Australia.
The Department of Mathematics advertises for Research Fellow in Computational Mathematics (Assistant Professor).
14-18 June, 2015, Linköping University.
Events this week.
The postgraduate programme is intended for students with a strong mathematical interest who also want to work actively with a problem that is clearly connected to an applied subject/science.
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