We are a computational modeling group. Simply put, we build models of real-world problems and we develop theory, algorithms and approaches to enable the construction of such models. Our research includes innovations in physics-based modeling, mathematical formalisms, data-driven modeling and numerical methods. Our work targets applications at a fundamental level (e.g. analyzing basic physical phenomena) all the way to a system-level setting (e.g. models for control)
Overarching themes in our lab include complexity reduction, and the development and application of "appropriate'' fidelity models to answer a spectrum of scientific and engineering questions.
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