There is a temporary issue with submitting jobs to the NEOS server. Please read this if you are affected.
GAMS and the packaged solvers impose restrictions with regards to the problem sizes that can be solved with a free demo or community license. For academic users, there is a free alternative to run large models: NEOS server.
Each year, GAMS donates EUR 500 to each of the three winners of the price for excellent Diploma- and Master Theses. Congratulations to this years winners!
We now provide integration of GAMS in Jupyter Notebook. This post summarizes how to get started.
TIMES is a sophisticated energy model generator implemented in GAMS. It has been published under an open source license in 2019. Recently, GAMS joined forces with experienced TIMES users to develop an open-source TIMES/MIRO App that serves as a frontend to the TIMES model. This was made possible by new features in GAMS MIRO 1.1
We’ve got some new links from Pyomo and JuMP to GAMS, which allow efficient interfacing of GAMS with your Pyomo or JuMP models.
With schools and universities shutting down globally due to the ongoing pandemic, some university students using GAMS in their projects have been locked out of computer labs.
We are proud to announce the release candidate for GAMS MIRO 1.0.
Given the crucial role power distribution plays for the economy, and the challenges posed by renewable energy and increasing demand for electricity, ARPA-E is running the Grid Optimization Competition, which challenges participating teams to develop and test power system optimization and control algorithms on a range of different synthetic and real network models.