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Tuesday, November 27, 2018 5:30 pm - 5:30 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

CryptoWorks21 Distinguished Lecture - Marc Morin

The "blood, sweat, tears, toil and triumphs" of commercializing technology

Marc Morin is the co-founder and CEO of Auvik Networks, creators of cloud-based software that makes it dramatically easier for IT managed service providers to monitor and manage their clients' IT networks. A serial entrepreneur, Marc has previously co-founded several successful companies, including PixStream (acquired by Cisco for USD$369 million) and Sandvine (Sold to Francisco Partners for CAD$582 million), and is a seed investor in a number of local tech companies.

Title: In Memoriam: Tom Coleman’s Contributions to Applied Mathematics and Optimization


Yuying Li, Stephen Wright, Alex Pothen, Bruce Hendrickson, Peter Forsyth, and Somayeh Moazeni


SIAM Annual Meeting (AN21)



Thomas F. Coleman—a leader in optimization and scientific computing, professor at the University of Waterloo, and a SIAM Fellow—passed away on April 20, 2021. Tom served as the Director of the Theory Center at Cornell and then as Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo. His research spanned continuous optimization, combinatorial scientific computing, automatic differentiation, financial optimization, mathematical software, etc. In this session, his wife and collaborator, Yuying Li, and five of his students and colleagues will describe the pioneering contributions that Tom made to these fields in his research.

Friday, October 28, 2022 9:00 am - Saturday, October 29, 2022 5:00 pm EDT (GMT -04:00)

Workshop on Large Scale Optimization and Applications

Optimization is an important area of applied mathematics that bridges mathematical theory with applications in diverse fields. This Twenty Fourth Annual Midwest Optimization Meeting provides opportunities for researchers in this region with different backgrounds to come together to share their research and teaching experiences, forge collaborations with colleagues from different institutions, and to expose students to applications of mathematical theory. This workshop will focus on bringing together several of the diverse communities working on large scale optimization models that arise from variational problems.

Registration information, schedule, and abstracts click here