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November 6, 2010 / or4green

Energy/Environment at INFORMS 2010

There is a useful collection of the energy/environment-related talks at the INFORMS 2010 Annual Meeting at this link (pdf) (thanks to Vishnu Nanduri, for compiling). At 13 pages, it easily lists at least 100 talks, which is … a lot. A quick scan from the green O.R. perspective winnows the list a little, and shows a lot on wind energy and cap & trade. A few of the talks that I’d attend, if I were at the meeting, would be:
– How Does Product Recovery Affect Quality Choice?
Gilvan Souza,
– Optimal Control of Energy Storage using the Knowledge Gradient with Nonparametric Beliefs
Warren Powell
[Have heard each of the above two speak before, and was impressed.]
– An Approach to Solve Discretely-constrained Linear MCPs
Steve Gabriel
– Optimization Mechanisms for Residential Electricity Demand in SmartGrids
Lawrence V. Snyder
– Optimizing the Energy Savings From Shade Tree Location
David Butry
I’d be interested to hear about these or other relevant talks from you if you attend.

One Comment

  1. Jon Houle / Nov 11 2010 9:58 am

    Thanks for this list. It’ll make for some interesting reading!

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