Stephen J. Wright


Computer Sciences Department

University of Wisconsin
1210 West Dayton Street
Madison, WI 53706

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The University of Wisconsin Madison

Optimization Online
Optimization Online

Mathematical Optimization Society

Wright's Poinciana Tree, December 2008
Mackay, December 2008



 

 

Research Summary

Numerical optimization, especially problems involving real (as opposed to integer or discrete) variables. I'm interested in the theory, algorithms, and implementations, and in applications of all types.

 

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Teaching

Current:
CS525: Linear Programming (Spring 2014)

Next:
CS525: Linear Programming (UW, Fall 2014)

Previously taught:
CS635: Tools and Environments for Optimization (UW, Spring 2006)
CS416: Introduction to Scientific Computing (UW, Spring 2007)
CS726: Nonlinear Optimization I (UW, Fall 2013)
CS730: Nonlinear Optimization II (UW, Spring 2011)

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