Winner of ISCSO 2019

We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2019 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2019 is Kazuki Hayashi from Kyoto University, Japan. You may find the optimum solution, reported by the winner, below. Congratulations Kazuki!

Optimization Problem of ISCSO 2019

Problem Definition The three-dimensional steel truss structure shown below is composed of 260 members and 76 nodes. Sizing and shape optimization of this truss is considered. The topology of the truss (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to

Winner of ISCSO 2018

We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2018 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2018 is Team EvoMDO from University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra, Australia. You may find the optimum solution, reported

Optimization Problem and Winner of ISCSO 2018

Problem Definition The three-dimensional steel truss structure shown below is composed of 314 members and 84 nodes. Sizing and shape optimization of this truss is considered. The topology of the truss (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to

Winner of ISCSO 2017

We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2017 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2017 is Team COIN from Michigan State University, United States. You may find the optimum solution, reported by the winner,

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Optimization Problem and Winner of ISCSO 2017

Problem Definition The three-dimensional steel truss structure shown below is composed of 198 members and 52 nodes. Sizing and shape optimization of this truss is considered. The topology of the truss (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to

Winner of ISCSO 2016

We would like to thank all the ISCSO 2016 participants for their contributions to the event. The winner of ISCSO 2016 is Muhammad Firmansyah Kasim from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. You may find the optimum solution, reported by the winner,

Optimization Problem and Winner of ISCSO 2016

Problem Definition The steel cantilever truss shown below is composed of 117 members and 30 nodes. Sizing and shape optimization of this three-dimensional truss structure is considered. The topology (i.e. the way that the nodes are connected to each other)