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Optimization and Equilibrium in Energy Economics: Challenges for the Research Communities

Posted on 2/9/17 in Reports

Prepared by Michael C. Ferris, University of Wisconsin (summarizing comments from workshop participants).  A workshop related to Optimization and Equilibrium in Energy Economics was held at IPAM on January 11-15, 2016. It was based on the premise that design and decision problems in electrical power […]

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White Papers: Culture Analytics

Posted on 9/26/16 in Reports

The data driven analysis of culture is now a reality, and calls for substantial investment in the emerging field of Culture Analytics. Culture Analytics simultaneously studies the dynamics of culturally informed interactions between people, and the cultural expressive forms that result from these interactions, and […]

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White Paper: New Directions in Mathematical Approaches for Traffic Flow Management

Posted on 4/1/16 in Reports

This white paper on the recent progress and remaining open questions related to IPAM’s long program Traffic Flow Management was written by the participants of the program and edited by Daniel Work and Benjamin Seibold.  Read the full report. Introduction Transportation research is currently at […]

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2015 NSF-IPAM Mathematical Sciences Internship Workshop Report

Posted on 10/29/15 in Reports

SUMMARY RECOMMENDATIONS This report reflects discussions and recommendation from the September 1-2, 2015 NSF-IPAM Mathematical Sciences Internship Workshop held at the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at UCLA.  The workshop was organized by Russel Caflisch, Mathematics, UCLA; Alan Lee, VP of Engineering, Advanced […]

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