On October 29, 2018, I gave my research talk Automating Scientific Research in Optimization at the Simulation and Modelling (SIM) group of Prof. Dr. Helena Szczerbicka at the Institut of Systems Engineering (ISE) of the Leibniz University Hannover in Hannover, Germany.

The SIM group conducts fundamental and applied research in the fields of modeling, simulation, and optimization. They are especially interested in the modeling of complex systems (such as technical processes) with discrete simulations, stochastic Petri nets, and multi-agent systems, the analysis of models, the simulation of algorithms in the domain of "search & rescue", bio-inspired algorithms for optimization of networks, anomaly detection, online simulations for control (e.g., in construction side vehicles and heat distribution networks, as well as algorithms and standards for co-simulation (e.g. ACOSAR). Prof. Szczerbicka furthermore is a highly respected member of the Society for Computer Simulation International, in which she had several leading positions for several years.

It was very nice to meet Prof. Szczerbicka and her group and my presentation was received well. I very much enjoyed the very interesting and inspiring discussion afterwards.

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