Full Professor, Chair for Computational Mathematics
email: arnold.neumaier [@] univie.ac.at
phone +43 1 4277 50661
Research area in the programme
Global Optimization, Statistical Data Analysis
Know-how and infrastructure of the research group
The research group is active in developing state of the art software for local and global optimization by integrating methods from nonlinear programming, interval analysis, and combinatorial optimization, and an associated modeling language.
Currently it consists of 1 full professor, 1 associate professor, 1 university assistant (half position), 3 post docs, 4 funded PhD students, 6 other PhD students.
Arnold Neumaier is full Professor for Computational Mathematics at the University of Vienna (Austria). He published six books and about 160 research articles in pure and applied mathematics, optimization, statistics, and physics. He maintains the “Global (and Local) Optimization” WWW site, the most comprehensive web collection of links to online information, software and test problems on global optimization; in addition, extensive web pages on public domain software for numerical analysis, optimization, and statistics.
1977 Ph.D. (Free University, Berlin, D),
1987-1993 Professor (U Freiburg, D)
1988 Visiting professor (U Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
1993-1994 Member of technical staff of AT&T Bell Laboratories (USA)
since 1994 Full Professor for Computational Mathematics (U Wien, A)
2001 Research Fellow (Chemical Engineering, U Princeton, USA)
2003 Visiting Professor at the University of Nice (France)
2011 Visiting Professor at the RWTH Aachen (Germany)
Collaborations within the DK
Hermann Schichl on global optimization
Georg Pflug on statistical data analysis
Immanuel Bomze on nonlinear programming