Mathematics and computer science research are the invisible driving forces behind innovation. CWI contributes by:
- cooperating with industrial partners
- starting spin-off companies
- developing innovative software tools
- contributing to international standards
The institute also plays a central role in several (inter)national programs and organizations.
N&O lecture: Frank Permenter (MIT)
28.06.2016 - 11:00
5th SDP Day: Workshop Day on Applications of Semidefinite Optimization
30.06.2016 - 10:00
PhD Defence Anna Dubinova (Multiscale Dynamics)
01.09.2016 - 16:00
Amsterdam Science Park Open Dag
01.10.2016 - 12:00
05.10.2016 (All day)
Dynamic pricing can be used to balance future energy grids which depend on renewable energy. CWI researcher Nicolas Höning developed several market mechanisms and pricing strategies which are useful for planning and balancing electricity supply and demand.