Prof. Michael Shields Gives Uncertainty Quantification Seminar at ARL

November 17, 2017

Yesterday, Prof. Michael Shields spoke to members of the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in a seminar titled, “Data-informed, simulation-based uncertainty quantification in computational solid and structural mechanics.” The seminar included information on some recent advances in adaptive sampling for surrogate-based and Monte-Carlo based uncertainty quantification as well as a discussion about methods in Bayesian model-selection and parameter estimation to quantify imprecise probabilities. Prof. Shields is leader fo the Shields Uncertainty Research Group and has recently won the Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award and the NSF CAREER Award for is work in the field of uncertainty quantification.

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