Claudia Sagastizábal

Adjunct researcher, IMECC-Unicamp

IMECC-Unicamp and CEMEAI, Brazil

Claudia Sagastizábal is an applied mathematician specialized in optimization, both its theory and its numerical aspects.

Her research interests lie primarily in the area of nonsmooth optimization, stochastic programming, and variational analysis, with an emphasis on applications in the energy sector. She is known for her contributions in convex optimization and energy management, and for her co-authorship of the book Numerical Optimization: Theoretical and Practical Aspects.

To learn about energy optimization, check this article: “Rain is free, or isn’t it?”

In parallel with her academic activities, Claudia holds or has held consulting R&D appointments for companies such as EdF, Gaz de France-Suez, Engie, and Renault in France; Robert Bosch in Germany; and Petrobras, Bovespa and Eletrobras in Brazil.

Claudia is a researcher at the University of Campinas in Brazil. Since 2015 she has been editor-in-chief of the journal Set-Valued and Variational Analysis. Since 2020 she is Area Editor of the Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, Associate Editor of SIAM Journal on Optimization, and member of the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Computational Optimization.

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