Webinars – Gurobi 9.0 – Tobias Achterberg, Director of Development

December 17, 2019 - December 18, 2019

Register for one of three sessions of the Gurobi v9.0 overview webinar, where we discuss the latest features and performance improvements.

The new Gurobi v9.0 features breakthrough new capabilities in Gurobi Optimizer, major new features for Gurobi Compute Server, and improved performance across LP, MIP, and MIQP problem types. In this series of webinars, presented in English and German, we will give you an overview of new product capabilities as well as go over the performance improvements, including the following topics:

  • Non-Convex Quadratic Optimization
  • New Cutting planes
  • New Improvement heuristics
  • Python Matrix API
  • Piecewise-Linear (PWL) Constraints
  • Function Constraints with Automatic PWL Translation
  • MIP Scenario Analysis
  • New Solution Improvement Heuristic
  • Intermediate Solution Files
  • New Non-Interactive Solve (Batch_Mode) and APls in Compute Server)
  • New Web User Interface for Compute Server
  • New Job and Batch History in Compute Server


About Dr. Tobias Achterberg

Presenting this webinar is Dr. Tobias Achterberg, Director of Development at Gurobi Optimization. Dr. Achterberg studied mathematics and computer science at the Technical University of Berlin and the Zuse Institute Berlin. He finished his PhD in mathematics under supervision of Prof. Martin Grötschel in 2007. Dr. Achterberg is the author of SCIP, currently the best academic MIP solver. In addition to numerous publications in scientific journals, he has also received several awards for his dissertation and for SCIP, such as the Beale-Orchard-Hays Prize. From 2006, Dr. Achterberg worked for ILOG / IBM as developer of CPLEX in versions 11 to 12.6. Since 2014, he has been involved as a Senior Developer in the development of the Gurobi Optimizer.

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Tuesday, December 17th at 8:00 am PT (GMT -8) – Presented in English

Wednesday, December 18th at 12:00 pm CET (GMT +1) – Presented in German

Wednesday, December 18th at 3:00 pm CET (GMT +1) – Presented in English

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