Unleash your modeling creativity with our free academic license
Spend time tackling projects and problems, not bugs and errors
AIMMS is a rapid model building and deployment platform perfected over 30 years by mathematicians, modeling experts and data scientists working in conjunction with computer scientists, software engineers, cloud experts and UI/UX professionals. We provide an enjoyable and robust way to build models with less tedious debugging and dealing with errors so you can spend your time on solving challenging problems.
The AIMMS Developer environment possesses a unique combination of advanced features and design tools, such as the graphical model explorer, which allow you to build applications in a fraction of the time required by conventional programming tools.
Hands on experience for students with quick ramp up time
Our software is intuitive and ideal for projects and course work. Students can use AIMMS without the need to master a programming language: the understanding of the basic concepts. like sets, parameters, variables and constraints is all they need to be able to build models.
AIMMS comes with free solvers for linear, mixed integer, nonlinear and mixed integer nonlinear programming. If you are at a recognized university you can get an AIMMS academic license at no charge.
The computational power you need for complex research projects
AIMMS is a complete and flexible tool with a full Integrated Development Environment (IDE) which makes it easier to inspect and debug programs + computational power to help solve large-scale models. It links to high performance solvers and offers functionality to write customized advanced algorithms.
High Performance Computing for Complex Problem Solving
AIMMS is available on the Lisa Cluster Computer. Lisa consists of several hundreds of multi-core nodes running on Linux. Dutch academic institutions can use AIMMS on this cluster free of charge.
Users have access to all solvers associated with our Academic License program for processing many instances of a model on the cluster. The system can be used for multiple applications, including research, scenario analysis and decomposed problem solving. The Lisa Cluster is meant for people who are in need of large computing capacities, but do not need the facilities of a real supercomputer. The system offers a large number of multi-core nodes, many connected with a fast InfiniBand Network enabling efficient parallel programs. The system is installed and maintained by SURFsara, a Netherlands-based research institute.
Free Academic License
AIMMS actively supports students interested in analytics, modeling and optimization through a number of popular programs. If you are studying at a recognized college or university, you can download a free, unrestricted copy of AIMMS. You are welcome to use it for course and project work.
A generated math program (GMP) can be used to quickly update coefficients and resolve a mathematical program. The functions for modifying a GMP are collected in the GMP library. This library can also be used to store multiple solutions, solve multiple mathematical program instances in parallel, and to create advanced algorithms like the Outer Approximation algorithm or the Benders’ Decomposition algorithm.