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AMCS 350 - Spectral Methods for Uncertainty Quantification  By Prof. Omar Mohamad Knio

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This course is an advanced introduction to uncertainty propagation and quantification in model-based simulations. Examples are drawn from a variety of engineering and science applications, emphasizing systems governed by ordinary or partial differential equations.  The course will emphasize a probabilistic framework, and will survey classical and modern approaches, including sampling methods and techniques based on functional approximations.

Students completing this course will be able to: (1) apply classical and modern methods for prop- agating parametric uncertainties in computational simulations in problems governed by ordinary and differential equations, (2) quantify uncertainties in predicted outputs; (3) identify dominant sources, (4) identify courses for uncertainty reduction, and (5) apply UQ concepts to problems of inference or inverse design.

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