NECULAI ANDREI Home Page
I graduated Mathematics, Alexandru Ioan Cuza
University, Iassy in 1969, and Control Engineering, University
"Politechnica" of Bucharest in 1973.
I took the Ph.D. degree in Control Engineering at
the University "Politechnica" - Bucharest with a thesis on Contributions
to the Digraph Approach of Large-Scale Linear Systems Theory (in Romanian)
Deputy Director The Research
Institute for Informatics (ICI)
First Degree Senior Research Worker at The Research
Institute for Informatics (ICI)
Head of Advances Modeling and Optimization Laboratory,
Member of the Scientific Board of ICI
Member of the Scientific Board of The National Centre of Information Technology - Politehnica University Bucharest
President of the Scientific Council of ICI
Full Member of The Academy of Romanian Scientists, Bucharest, Romania
Prof. Sergiu Calin; Prof. Vlad Ionescu; Prof. Mihai Tertisco,
Prof. Emil Ceanga; Prof. Florea Simion.
Area of Interest:
High performance computing. Sparse matrices
Numerical methods in Mathematical Programming.
APPLICATIONS of NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS IN SCIENCE Group
Author or co-author of several software pachages, papers, technical
reports, books in the field of languages for linear programming, linear
programming, nonlinear programming, optimal control, applications.
Ph.D. Subjects (for interested students) [Lista conducatorilor de Doctorat - UPB] [Doctorat - Facultatea de Automatica si Calculatore]
Gradient flow methods for constrained optimization
Advanced high performance computing methods for unconstrained optimization
Advanced sparse high performance computing methods for constrained optimization
Fundamental Researches on Path Following Interior Point Algorithms for
Large Scale Linear Constrained Optimization.
Romanian Academy Grant no.3003/B1/1997.
Fundamental Researches on Development of Path Following Interior Point
Algorithms for Large Scale Nonlinear Optimization.
Romanian Academy Grant no. 11/1998.
A new mathematical perspective on interior point methods for convex optimization.
Romanian Academy Grant no. 30/2000.
Convergence and complexity of optimization algorithms based on Newton's method.
Romanian Academy Grant no. 168/2003.
Recent Technical Visits:
CERFACS - Centre Europeen de Recherche et de Formation Avancee en Calcul Scientifique.
42, Avenue Gaspard Coriolis, F-31057 Toulouse, France.
Parallel Algorithms Project,
Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Iain Duff, (RAL) UK.
September 10-16, 2001. / February 9-13, 2009.
"Grigore Moisil Award" of the Romanian Academy, (2001)
"The Best Book in Informatics" given by AER, (2003)
Computational Optimization and Applications (Editorial Board)
Studies in Informatics and Control (Editorial Board)
Advanced Modeling and Optimization (Editor-in-Chief)
Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences (Editorial Board)
Annals, Series on Science and Technology of Information, Academy of Romanian Scientists (Editorial Board)
Annals of Pure and Applied Mathematics (Editorial Board)
Revista Romana de Informatica si Automatica (Redactor Sef)
British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science (Editorial Board)
Revue d'Analyse numerique et de Theorie de l'Approximation (Editorial Board)
Special issue of SIC in honour of Dr. N. Andrei
Presentation: ICI - 40-th anniversary. Photos. Snapshot.
ARNETMINER / DBLP - Computer Science Bibliography / ResearcherID - A3933-2010
Alexander von Humboldt fellow
1990–1993, (20 months), Duisburg University, Prof. Dr. H. Schwarz, Prof.
Dr. G. Meier
1996–1997, (4 months), Bayreuth University, Prof. Dr. Klaus Schittkowski
Neculai Andrei, Research Institute for Informatics (ICI),
8-10, Averescu Avenue, Bucharest 1, Romania, code: 71316.
Phone: +401-224.07.36, Fax: 40-1-224.05.39