The Monday Seminar on Computer Science will host Mate HEGYHATI with the lecture titled "Challenges in cyclic batch process planning" on Monday, January 28, 2019, at UP FAMNIT.
When and Where: 28 January 2019 at 4PM in FAMNIT-VP1
Presenter: Mate HEGYHATI
Mate Hegyhati graduated from the University of Pannonia as an Engineer in Information Technology. At the same university, he has defended his thesis about the scheduling of batch processes. Currently, he is a senior research fellow at the IT Department of the Szechenyi Istvan University.
Title: Challenges in the cyclic scheduling of batch processes
The long-term scheduling of industrial production systems is a mathematically complex problem with enormous size. As a result, exact approaches are inapplicable in practice. Cyclic scheduling is a simple yet natural idea to overcome this issue. The risk of loosing the globally optimal solution is compensated by a much smaller problem size, and the guarantee of an easy-to-execute repeatable schedule. The seemingly simplified problem harbors, however, some additional issues, that can contribute to the complexity of the problem.