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Ms Nargiz Sultanova

Lecturer, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

School of Engineering, IT and Phys. Sci.

Section/Portfolio:

Mathematics

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

Biography

Dr Nargiz Sultanova is a Lecturer in mathematics at Federation University Australia, where she has been a staff member since 2013. Dr Sultanova’s research expertise lies in the area of optimisation, particularly nonsmooth optimisation and its various applications, including optimisation of water distribution systems.

Nargiz has published in high-ranking journals including Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, Environmental Modelling and Software, and Optimization. Her research has been presented at international conferences including the 2018 Water Distribution Systems Analysis/Computing and Control for the Water Industry Joint Conference in Ontario, Canada and the Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium 2012 in Sydney. She is a member of the Australian Mathematical Society and its Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics division.

Nargiz completed her PhD in optimisation at the University of Ballarat, and her undergraduate studies at Baku State University in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Detection and verification of tropical cyclones and depressions over the South Pacific Ocean basin using ERA-5 reanalysis dataset

Tropical cyclones (TCs) are one of the most destructive synoptic systems and can cause enormous...

Matching Algorithms: Fundamentals, Applications and Challenges

Matching plays a vital role in the rational allocation of resources in many areas, ranging from...

How are we progressing with academic numeracy at regional universities? Perspectives from first-year undergraduate studies

This study provides an overview of the support provided for academic numeracy for first-year...

Robust piecewise linear L <inf>1</inf>-regression via nonsmooth DC optimization

Piecewise linear (Formula presented.) -regression problem is formulated as an unconstrained...

History of Optimization in Water Distribution System Analysis

The use of advanced analytical methods (i.e., system analysis) in the design and operation...

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Lost in optimisation of water distribution systems? A literature review of system design

Optimisation of water distribution system design is a well-established research field, which has...

Solving minimax problems: Local smoothing versus global smoothing

The aim of this chapter is to compare different smoothing techniques for solving finite minimax...

Lost in optimisation of water distribution systems? A literature review of system operation

Optimisation of the operation of water distribution systems has been an active research field for...

AGGREGATE SUBGRADIENT SMOOTHING METHODS FOR LARGE SCALE NONSMOOTH NONCONVEX OPTIMISATION AND APPLICATIONS

An algorithm for minimization of pumping costs in water distribution systems using a novel approach to pump scheduling

The operation of a water distribution system is a complex task which involves scheduling of...

Hyperbolic smoothing function method for minimax problems

In this article, an approach for solving finite minimax problems is proposed. This approach is...

Subgradient Method for Nonconvex Nonsmooth Optimization

In this paper, we introduce a new method for solving nonconvex nonsmooth optimization problems....

A novel approach to optimal pump scheduling in water distribution systems

  • Conference Proceedings

Comparison of metaheuristic algorithms for pump operation optimization

  • Conference Proceedings

Minimization of pumping costs in water distribution systems using explicit and implicit pump scheduling

  • Conference Proceedings

A class of increasing positively homogeneous functions for which global optimization problem is NP-hard

In this paper we focus on one of the elements of monotonic analysis - Increasing Positively...

  • Journals