Since Monday, nine international students from the USA and Europe are taking part in the 7th edition of the G-RIPS summer program.
The program is jointly organized by IPAM and ZIB and enables excellent students to work on projects that have both an academic core and a strong industrial connection. This year's project are in the areas of optimization, AutoML for biomedicine and HPC and are based on the topics of the MODAL research campus and are supported by the MODAL industrial partners.

G-RIPS stands for Graduate-Level Research in Industrial Projects for Students. The program is part of the MODAL research campus and is organized in collaboration with the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM) at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).