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Call for Papers:

The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to 15th April 2016 following participant requests. Further details can be obtained from Dr. Jens-Dominik Müller , Prof. Vassili Toropov or Prof. Harvey Thompson .

The areas of particular relevance and interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Industrial Flow Optimisation
  • Continuous Adjoint Solvers
  • Automatic Differentiation Tools and Discrete Adjoint Solvers
  • Adjoint Optimisation of Unsteady Flows
  • Shape and topology optimisation approaches for Adjoint-based Optimisation Workflows
  • Multi-Fidelity and Multi-Objective Optimisation Methods
  • Computational and Parametrisation Methods for Large-scale Optimisation Problems
  • Metamodel-based Multi-Disciplinary Optimisation Frameworks
  • Structural and Composite Optimisation Methods

Abstract Submissions:

Participants wishing to contribute presentations are invited to submit abstracts in pdf format of no more than 2 pages (to be reproduced in the conference handout), as well as a brief 200 word description of the subject of your presentation to guide the reviewer selection. Abstract submission is run through easyChair by following this link.

Templates for the abstract and papers in MS-Word can be found here. A LaTeX template can be found here (the README file and examples inside the zip package.) Further details can be obtained from Dr. Jens-Dominik Müller (, Prof. Vassili Toropov ( or Prof. Harvey Thompson (

Publishing Papers

Selected papers will be published through the auspices of the proceedings of the 11th ASMO UK/ISSMO Conference on Engineering Design Optimization. Accepted papers will be published in an on-line conference proceedings on the ASMO UK website (see here for a recent example). The proceedings will be published with an ISBN number issued through the University of Leeds.

Conference registration

Registration fees and electronic conference registration can be found here.

A limited number of scholarship places are available at the NOED 2016 conference, covering conference registration fees. These places are available to students enrolled on a PhD degree programme. To apply for a scholarship place, applicants should email the conference organisers including details of their current programme of study (place of study, subject area) and reason for wanting to attend the NOED 2016 conference. The deadline for applications will be 13th May; places will be allocated on 20th May and will preferentially be targeted to students presenting at the conference. Only applicants who have received confirmation from the conference organisers that they have been awarded a scholarship place should register using the scholarship option.

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