Paul Goulart

Paul Goulart joined the University of Oxford in 2014 as an Associate Professor in Engineering Science and a Tutorial Fellow in Engineering Science. He received his SB and MSc degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Following his undergraduate studies he was a software developer in the flight operations centre for the Chandra X-Ray Observatory at the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics, and later an engineer in the Autonomous Systems research group at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.

In 2003 he was selected as a Gates Scholar at the University of Cambridge, where he received a PhD in Control Engineering in 2007. From 2007 to 2011 he was a Lecturer in control systems in the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London, and from 2011 to 2014 a Senior Researcher in the Automatic Control Laboratory at ETH Zurich. He is currently a member of the Control Group in the department of Engineering Science.

His research interests are in high speed optimisation and control for embedded systems, data-driven and robust optimisation, and machine learning.

Talks:

13:30 UTC

Interior-point conic optimization with Clarabel.jl

07/27/2022, 1:30 PM2:00 PM UTC
JuMP

The talk will introduce Clarabel.jl, a conic convex optimization solver in pure Julia. Clarabel.jl uses an interior point technique with a novel homogeneous embedding and can solve LPs, QPs, SOCPs, SDPs or exponential cone programs. The talk will highlight the solver's performance advantages relative to competing solvers, discuss algorithmic and software design ideas drawn from existing solvers, and highlight extensibility features leveraging Julia's multiple dispatch system.

Platinum sponsors

Julia ComputingRelational AIJulius Technology

Gold sponsors

IntelAWS

Silver sponsors

Invenia LabsBeacon BiosignalsMetalenzASMLG-ResearchConningPumas AIQuEra Computing Inc.Jeffrey Sarnoff

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