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Is there a website or otherwise maintained list of talks regarding mathematical optimization? This would be a big help for the community it seems. I'm most interested in those relating to integer programming.

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    $\begingroup$ Can be related: Linear and Integer programming materials $\endgroup$ – EhsanK Mar 25 at 13:13
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    $\begingroup$ Based on the answers below, you might want to clarify whether you are asking for introductory, tutorial-type videos, or advanced, research-type videos. $\endgroup$ – LarrySnyder610 Mar 26 at 0:10
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In terms of conferences, the Egon Balas Symposium in 2019 contained numerous talks on mathematical optimization. For integer programming specifically, it includes

  • the Geometric Firefighter Routing Problem (Cid de Souza)

  • the Graphical Traveling Salesman Problem (Neil Simonetti).

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There are these great introductory lectures on coursera (not sure if that qualifies for your question as they are not research talks):

Discrete Optimization, Solving Algorithms, Basic Modeling and Advanced Modeling.

If you are into research seminars / current topics, Aleksandr M. Kazachkov has compiled an interesting list of online seminars on optimization.

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For what it's worth, the 2th part of my talk at Devoxx Morocco, explains Tabu Search, Simulated Annealing and other (meta)heuristics.

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In terms of online courses: Mathematical Optimization and Optimization: Principles and algorithms,

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Check out Gurobi's materials: https://www.gurobi.com/resources/

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You can find an introductory course of Convex Optimization from Stanford University taught by Professor Stephen Boyd, in this link.

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Check out the following link from the Simons Institute (they had a program on bridging continuous and discrete optimization in 2017).

Also the Hausdorff Institute had a trimester on combinatorial optimization in 2015.

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