Below you find a list of upcoming GAMS courses. All of these are offered by our established partners, who have many years of GAMS modeling expertise.
This short course is intended to help graduate students and professional economists interested in how to do state-level policy analysis with applied general equilibrium models calibrated to the WiNDC version 3 (2017 base year) dataset. Lectures will be presented in person, live-streamed and recorded. Vaccinated participants may attend the course in person in Taylor Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This class with James Markusen from University of Colorado and Thomas F. Rutherford from University of Wisconsin in Madison is intended to help graduate students and professional economists interested in how to do trade policy analysis with applied general equilibrium models calibrated to economic data for the Ukraine.
In this Advanced Analytics - Modeling and Optimization with GAMS courses we build or extend your expertise in optimization modeling with GAMS by dedicated courses or learning on the fly.
In Energy and Power System Optimization in GAMS course you will learn: How to formulate your problem and implement it in GAMS and make optimal decisions in your real-life problems How to code efficiently, get familiarised with the techniques that will make your code scalable for large problems