Graphs and Mathematical Optimization
The research unit ''Graphs and Mathematical Optimization'' at the University of Brussels develops its fundamental and applied research activities in the broad field of optimization, and in particular combinatorial in optimization, transportation, traffic, location, network, telecommunication, production planning, logistics.
Scheduling Optimisation Security
The topics of the research group SOS include : scheduling, real-time systems, optimisation & security.
Study of bilevel optimization problems and in particular those which bilinear. Application of those models to tax and toll setting. Development of models and solution methods.
Telecommunication networks planning
Combinatorial optimization tools are developed in order to design and plan telecommunication networks (reserve problem, network design, routing). These tools are tested on real data.
Modelling and algorithms for combinatorial optimization problems
Transportation and traffic : models and algorithms.
Development of transportation and traffic models based on operations research, exact and approximate algorithms using mathematical programming, combinatorial optimization and graph theory.