Announcement: First GAMS User Day in Bad Honnef on April 1st, 2020

by Stefan Mann Conferences

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About the event

Please come and join us for our first ever GAMS Day, a great opportunity to learn from other GAMS users and learn about business optimization best practices. This will also be your rare chance to come face to face with the makers of GAMS. Attendance is free, but places are limited!

Date and Location

April 1st, 2020, from 9am to 5pm

MAXX Hotel, Hauptstraße 22,53604 Bad Honnef

Program at a glance

The GAMS developers present

  • New features (MIRO, Studio, Executor)
  • GAMS development roadmap. Exciting new technologies on the horizon
  • Technical topics (Debugging, Profiling). Getting the most out of GAMS

Learn from the best! Success stories in optimization

  • Chemical Industry: Dr. Hans-Joachim Pitz (BASF)
  • Energy: Armin Gauß, (Fichtner Engineering and Consulting)
  • Logistics: Markus Mickein (Institute of Transport Economics, Universität Hamburg)
  • Climate: Dr. Jan Dietrich, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Breakout sessions

  • Led by prestigious GAMS instructors: Dr. Thomas Maindl, Prof. Josef Kallrath, Dr. Ali Bayar, Dr. Scott McDonald Your topics Small groups

Who should attend

This event is predominantly geared towards commercial users of GAMS, but academic users are of course also welcome. In addition to the scheduled presentations, there will be plenty of opportunities to get into contact with members of the GAMS team.


Free tea, coffee, snacks, and lunch will be provided during the day. We also cordially invite you to participate in our networking pre-event dinner on 31. March (details TBD). Please book your spot when signing up for the event.


Participation will be free of charge, with the exception of the pre-event dinner. Register now for your chance to meet the makers of GAMS and learn more about how optimization can help your business as well. After the day, why don't you stay in Bad Honnef and visit the GOR working group meeting?