During the SYNERGY project meeting benchmark problems, algorithm parallelization and surrogate modeling were discussed. Guests from Slovenia and France stayed three days at TH Köln in Gummersbach to discuss recent project results and further steps with members of the SPOTSeven Lab.
The overall goal of the SYNERGY project is to overcome the limitations of the current initial-stage research in multiobjective optimization at the Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI), Ljubljana, Slovenia, where efficiency measures have only been explored at a very small scale and with no collaboration with other partners.
To that end, JSI initiates this project with two high-profile research institutions with complementary expertise, Université des sciences et technologies de Lille (USTL), France, and TH Köln, Germany. While USTL is a leading partner in parallelisation on large-scale heterogeneous architectures, CUAS provides expertise in surrogate modelling and its deployment in optimisation problems.
The project addresses three core objectives:
Improve JSI excellence and unleash its research and innovation potential through training in parallelisation and surrogate modelling, and aiding organisation of workshops that will foster discovery of new ways of combining the two methods;
Raise the research profile of JSI staff and broaden its recognition through networking that will result in knowledge transfer, joint publications and future research projects;
Increase the overall research and innovation potential of Slovenia by disseminating the acquired knowledge to other Slovenian research organisations, and deploying it in future applied projects.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692286.