Supervisor: Dr Ruth Misener
I am a PhD student in the Department of Computing (Computational Optimization Group) at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Dr Ruth Misener. I obtained the MSci (Hons) degree in Mathematics from the University College London in 2014.
Mixed-integer nonlinear programming
Symmetry in optimisation problems
Graph theory and group theory
Engineering desing ang power generation
Planning and scheduling
FOCAPO/CPC 2017 travel award
Google poster competition 2015 - 3rd prize
EPSRC Doctoral Training Account (DTA) Studentship
Kouyialis G., Misener R. Detecting symmetry in designing heat exchanger networks. (Accepted at the FOCAPO/CPC 2017 conference).
Ceccon F., Kouyialis G., Misener R. Using Functional Programming to recognize Named Structure in an Optimization Problem: Application to Pooling. AIChE Journal; 2015.
Kouyialis G., Misener R, Detecting symmetry in designing heat exchanger networks. 1st PSE@ResearchDayUK, Imperial College London, UK; 07/2016.
Kouyialis G., Strouthos I. Knot Theory and Knot Invariants. Final year thesis, UCL Department of Mathematics, London, UK; 03/2014.
Kouyialis G., Misener R. Data Structures for Representing Symmetry in Quadratic Programs. Imperial CPSE, Annual Industrial Consortium Meeting. London, UK; 12/2015.
Kouyialis G., Misener R. Exploiting Symmetry in Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Optimisation. Imperial Department of Computing, PhD Google Poster Competition. London, UK; 03/2015.
Teaching assistant at Department of Computing, Imperial College for:
CO 477 Computational Optimisation. Course leaders Dr R. Misener and Dr P. Parpas; Spring 2016, Autumn 2016.