Workshop on Vector Variational Inequalities and Related Topics
Aims: The multicriteria methodology has been widely used in management science, engineering design etc. For example, the portfolio selection problem is to minimize the risk and to maximize the expected return and the traffic equilibrium problem is to minimize the cost and to minimize the travel time. Vector variational inequality is a generalization of variational inequality and is a new mathematics model for the situation where the equilibrium, which is not a minimum of any functional, is sought and the multicriteria consideration is important. This workshop aims to bring together researchers in this region to exchange their latest research development on vector variational inequalities and related topics.
AMSS-PolyU Joint Research Institute, The
Lectures: Only invited lectures are presented in the Workshop.
The following speakers have accepted the invitation to give a lecture:
1. Chen G.Y., Academy of Mathematics and System Science
Title of the talk: History and Models of Vector Variational Inequalities
Title of the talk: An Extension of Gap Functions for A System of Vector Equilibrium Problems with Applications to Optimization Problems
Title of the talk: Levitin-Polyak Well-Posedness of Vector Variational Inequality Problems with Functional Constraints
Title of the talk: On Sensitivity Analysis for Vector Optimization Problem
Title of the talk: Contingent Derivatives of Set-valued Maps with Applications to Minty VVIs
Title of the talk: Systems of Variational Inclusions Problems, Variational Disclusions Problems and Differential Inclusions Problems With Applications
Title of the talk: A note on vector network equilibrium principles
8. Yao J.C., The National Sun Yat-sen University
Title of the talk: Sensitivity Analysis of Vector Equilibrium Problems
N.D., Institute of
Title of the talk: On the Parametric Affine Variational Inequality Approach to Linear Fractional Vector Optmization Problems
10. Zheng X.Y.,
Title of the talk: Variational Geometrical Results and Their Applications in Optimization
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Attendance: Researchers and postgraduate students are welcome to attend the Workshop.
Registration: The registration is free. The lunch and dinner will be provided for registered participants. Please contact the Workshop secretary for details.
Workshop secretary: Eva Yiu (email: firstname.lastname@example.org and phone: (852) 2766 6947)
Last updated on 22 January 2007