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Established in 1998, Avillion Legacy Melaka is a 228-room business hotel in Melaka, situated right in the heart of this prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Inspired by the city’s colonial history, the hotel’s architecture is further complemented by its elegant interiors, including an impressive glass dome in the lobby and classic Roman pillars.

With its proximity to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, Avillion Legacy Melaka is the perfect accommodation for city dwellers looking for business or leisure getaway in Melaka.

www.avillionlegacymelaka.com

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Kuala Lumpur International Airport 1 or 2 (KLIA)
Distance from airport to hotel: 85.4km (approximately 2 hours)

Public Transportation
  • Airport transfer with surcharge
  • Car rental
  • GRAB Car
  • UBER

Closest Landmarks

  • Plaza Hang Tuah 0.6 km
  • St. Peter's Church 1 km
  • Jonker Street 1.2 km
  • Church of St. Francis Xavier 1.5 km
  • Christ Church Malacca 1.5 km
  • Melaka Clock Tower 1.5 km
  • The Stadthuys 1.5 km
  • Melaka Sentral 1.7 km
  • Princess Hang Li Poh's Well 1.7 km
  • Sam Po Kong Temple 1.7 km


OTHER ACCOMMODATIONS

https://www.swangardenhotel.com/melaka

http://www.herald-hotel.com

http://www.swissgarden.com/hotels/sghrm

http://www.kingsgreenhotel.com.my

 

 

INTRODUCTION

The 6th ICoGOIA 2017 

"Achieving Science and Technology Sustainability Through Recent Advances in Continuous Optimization"

 Optimization is a process to achieve the ideal or optimal value of an objective function. In the discipline of mathematics, optimization alsorefers to the study of problems trying to find the minimum and maximum values of a real function. To achieve these minimum and maximum values, some processes were systematically carried out by selecting integers or real numbers that will provide optimal solutions.

The true discriminant between “easy” and “hard” optimization problems in mathematical programming is the convex/nonconvex issue. A problem is convex if it is a minimization of a convex function (or a maximization of a concave function) where the admissible points are in a convex set. The fundamental result in convex analysis says that a locally optimal solution of a convex problem is also globally optimal. This is practically very important since algorithmic termination tests occur at each iteration in the algorithm, they must be computationally very efficient; thus, virtually all termination conditions of optimization algorithms are local conditions, i.e. they test whether the current solution is locally optimal with respect to a pre-defined neighbourhood. If the problem is convex this is enough to guarantee that the solution is globally optimal. Nonconvex problems, on the other hand, may have many different local optimal, and choosing the best one is an extremely hard task.

The field of applied mathematics that studies extremal locations of nonconvex functions subject to (possibly) nonconvex constraints is called Global Optimization.Research on global optimization has been continuing rapidly and many of the findings are of new techniques thatare more sophisticated and efficient.      

Therefore, to communicate these findings, in the year of 2017, the Department of Production and Operations Management Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Institute of Mathematical Engineering Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), Post Graduate School of Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin  Malaysia (Unisza) and Faculty of Industrial Management, Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) has collaborated with Department of Mathematics Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences Universitas Padjadjaran (Unpad), Universitas Pakuan (Unpak), Bogor, Faculty of Industrial Engineering Universitas Langlangbuana (Unla) and Indonesian Operations Research Association (IORA) and UTHM Commercial Sdn. Bhd, to organize the 6th International Conference on Global Optimization and Its Applications in Melaka, Malaysia will be held on 25 November 2017.

 

Hosted by :

 

Faculty of Technology Management and Business, UTHM

 

PAYMENT METHOD

    • Payment by Telegraphic Transfer / Bank Transfer

        Beneficiary               : UTHM COMMERCIAL SDN. BHD.

        Account Details        : Bank Muamalat Malaysia Berhad

                                         Ground Floor, Bangunan Pusat Khidmat Pelajar

                                         Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia

                                         86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat

                                         Johor, Malaysia.

      Account Number        : 0107-0000110-71-8

      Swift Code                 : BMMBMYKL    

**Please forward your remittance advice (bank-in slip) as proof of payment to the Treasurer via fax or email

Fax      :  +607 453 1650 (c/o: Mrs. Salmiah Selamat)

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 Payment by Cheque

Please make cheque payable to UTHM COMMERCIAL SDN BHD and send to:

ICOGOIA Secretariat
Blok C, UTHM (Kampus Bandar)
Jalan Cempaka 3, Taman Bunga Cempaka Biru
86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor
 Local Order (LO) / Guarantee Letter (GL) / Letter of Undertaking (LOU)

Before 15 November 2017 

For those who are sponsored by local institutions or government agencies, please prepare a Local Order (LO) / Guarantee Letter (PO) / Letter of Undertaking (LOU) and send to:

ICOGOIA Secretariat
Blok C, UTHM (Kampus Bandar)
Jalan Cempaka 3, Taman Bunga Cempaka Biru
86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor
**Tax Invoice will be prepared upon receiving those documents and will be given during Registration Day.
 Payment by Credit Card

We will use PayPal for Credit Card Payment. An invoice will be sent to your active e-mail on how to make the payment using credit card. You need to follows the instruction online. Additional charges will be borne by participant.

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