POEMA Final Workshop

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Category
Project Workshops
Date
2022-09-05 09:00 - 2022-09-09 17:00
Venue
4 Pl. Jussieu, 75005 Paris
Email
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Introduction

The POEMA Final Workshop will be an open international conference on polynomial optimization, aimed for the dissemination of the network results. The workshop will follow a high standard in the selection of presentations and papers by a programme committee of international experts of the domain.

The ESRs will have the possibility to present their work in dedicated sessions.


Date and Venue

POEMA Final Workshop will be organized in hybrid mode from 05 - 09 September 2022 at:

Computer Lab of Paris 6 (Lip6)

Sorbonne University Pierre and Marie Curie Campus

4 Pl. Jussieu, 75005 Paris, France


Organizers

The POEMA Final Workshop will be organized by:

 The scientific coordinator of POEMA project is  Bernard Mourrain - Inria Université Côte d'Azur

The admin contact of the workshop is Linh Nguyen - Inria Université Côte d'Azur (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


Registration

The event is free but with limited places. Please register if you want to join us (online or on-site).

(The registration does not cover your travel and lodging cost during the event)

Note: We have reached the number of on-site registration. There is only online option now.


Presentations & Tutorials

You can find HERE all the tutorials and presentations of the speakers during this event.


Call for extended abstract and participation

On the occasion of the final POEMA workshop, we plan to publish a book with didactic/tutorial chapters related to polynomial optimization and tensors.

POEMA invites the submission of extended abstracts of 4 pages or less, open to every scientist outside or inside the network, describing the project of a chapter for the book to be published after the conference. The authors of abstracts selected for presentation will be invited to give a talk at the conference.

More information of this call and link submission: https://easychair.org/cfp/POEMA-2022


Agenda

Invited speakers at the conference are:

  • Francis Bach, Inria Paris, France
  • Greg Blekherman, Georgia Tech, USA
  • Hamza Fawzi, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Salma Kuhlmann, University of Konstanz, Germany
  • Bernd Sturmfels, MPI, Leipzig, Germany
Time (CEST)
Monday 05 September 2022

08:45-09:00

 Opening speech of the workshop

09:00-10:00

 Talk by Greg Blekherman, Georgia Tech, USA

10:00-10:45

 Talk by ESR1 - Vu Trung Hieu (University of Sorbonne)

10:45-11:00

 Break/Open Discussion

11:00-11:45

 Talk by ESR2 - Andrew Ferguson (University of Sorbonne)

11:45-12:00

 Open discussion

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:45

 Talk by ESR3 - Arne Lien (University of Konstanz): Hyperbolic Polynomials and,Starved Polytopes

14:45-15:30

 Talk by ESR4 - Alejandro Nevado (University of Konstanz): The operation $p\mapsto p+yp^{(1)}$ does not alter

 Schweighofer's relaxation

15:30-16:00

 Break/Networking

16:00-16:45

 Talk by ESR5 - Ettore Turatti (University of Florence)

16:45 - 17:00

 Open discussion

 

Time (CEST)
Tuesday 06 September 2022

09:00-10:00

 Talk by Salma Kuhlmann, University of Konstanz, Germany

10:00-10:45

 Talk by ESR6 - Andries Steenkamp (CWI): Lower bounding completely positive matrix factorization rank for

 sparse matrices

10:45-11:00

 Break/Open Discussion

11:00-11:45

 Talk by ESR7 - Luis Vargas (CWI)

11:45-12:00

 Open discussion

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:45

 Talk by ESR8 - Felix Kirschner (Tilburg University)

14:45-15:30

 Talk by ESR9 - Lorenzo Baldi (Inria)

15:30-16:00

 Break/Networking

16:00-16:45

 Talk by ESR10 - Tobias Metzlaff (Inria)

16:45 - 17:00

 Open discussion

 

Time (CEST)
Wednesday 07 September 2022

09:00-10:00

 Talk by Hamza Fawzi, University of Cambridge, UK

10:00-10:45

 Talk by Sizhuo Yan (AMSS China): Extensions of S-Lemma for Noncommutative Polynomials

10:45-11:00

 Break/Open Discussion

11:00-11:45

 Talk by ESR11 - Sebastian Debus (UiT – The Arctic University of Norway)

11:45-12:00

 Open discussion

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:45

 Talk by ESR12 - Arefeh Kavand (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg: A Primal-Dual Augmented Lagrangian

 Method for the Solution of Convex Semidefinite Programming Problems

14:45-15:30

 Talk by ESR13 - Soodeh Habibi (University of Birmingham): An interior-point method for Lasserre relaxations of

 unconstrained binary quadratic,optimization problems

15:30-16:00

 Break/Networking

16:00-16:45

 Talk by ESR14 - Corbinian Schlosser (CNRS/LAAS): POP-eye: Polynomial optimization perspectives towards

 dynamical systems

16:45 - 17:00

 Open discussion

 

Time (CEST)
Thursday 08 September 2022

09:00-10:00

 Talk by Francis Bach (Inria Paris, France): Sum-of-Squares Relaxations for Information Theory and Variational

 Inference

10:00-10:45

 Talk by Khazhgali Kozhasov (Technische Universität Braunschweig) : Non-negative forms, volumes of sublevel 

 sets, complete monotonicity and moment matrices

10:45-11:00

 Break/Open Discussion

11:00-11:45

 Talk by Sven Polak (CWI): Semidefinite bounds for crossing numbers

11:45-12:00

 Open discussion

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:45

 Talk by Ngoc Hoang Mai Anh (CNRS): Exact polynomial optimization strengthened with Fritz John conditions

14:45-15:30

 Talk by Matteo Tacchi (EPFL): Stokes, Gibbs and volume computation of semialgebraic sets

15:30-16:00

 Break/Networking

16:00-16:45

 Talk by Nicolás Andrés Castro Pulido (Universidad de los Andes): Hermitian sum of squares multipliers on finite

 subsets of $\mathbb{C}^n$

16:45 - 17:00

 Open discussion

19:00 - 22:00

 Social dinner: Panoramique Room, Salle 2400 on the Zamansky Tower

 

Time (CEST)
Friday 09 September 2022

09:00-10:00

 Talk by Bernd Sturmfels (MPI, Leipzig, Germany): Geometry of Dependency Equilibria

10:00-10:45

 Talk by Jianting Yang (University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences): Computing sparse Fourier sum of squares

 on finite abelian groups in quasi-linear time

10:45-11:00

 Break/Open Discussion

11:00-11:45

 Talk by Rodolfo Rios-Zertuche (CNRS): Solving variational problems via occupation measure relaxations:

 advantages and pitfalls

11:45-12:00

 Open discussion

12:00-14:00

 Lunch

14:00-14:45

 Talk by Jesse Elliott (University of Waterloo): On the bit complexity of some randomized algorithms in real

 algebraic geometry

14:45-15:30

 Talk by Elias Wirth (Technical University of Berlin) and Hiroshi Kera (Chiba University): Approximate Vanishing

 Ideal Computations

15:30-16:00

 Break/Networking

16:00-16:45

 TBA

16:45 - 17:00

 Closing event

 


Travelling to Sorbonne University – Paris

Sorbonne Université Jussieu Campus is located in the center of Paris, near the Seine river.

  • By train or RER C: Austerlitz station
  • By Subway: Lines 7 and 10, Jussieu station
  • By Bus: Lines 67 & 89 - Jussieu stop / Lines 63 - Institut du Monde Arabe stop/ Line 87 - Jussieu Minéraux stop

Accommodation

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All Dates

  • From 2022-09-05 09:00 to 2022-09-09 17:00

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