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Mazen Saad​
CADMOS Chair of Scientific Computing and Uncertainty Quantification:
     Fabio Nobile
     Giovanni Migliorati
     Lorenzo Tamellini
     Francesco Tesei
​Edgard Pimentel​
J. Tinsley Oden
Ivo M. Babuska
Omar Ghattas
Robert Moser
The Laboratory for Modeling and Scientific Computing (MOX):
     Fabio Nobile
Claudio Canuto
Pietro Asinari
Rajandrea Sethi
Daniele Marchisio​
Department of Numerical Analysis:
     Jesper Oppelstrup    
     Anders Szepessy
     Olof Runborg
     Mattias Sandberg
Heinz Pitsch
Mike Espig​​

Habib Najm

Bert Debusschere

Jacqueline Chen
Institute of Scientific Computing
    Hermann G. Matthies
​Alexandros Beskos​​

Eduardo Canale

Ernesto Mordecki
Georgios Zouraris
​Erik von Schwerin​
Kris van der Zee
Marco Iglesias
​Konstantinos Zygalakis​​
Independent Junior Research Group: Stochastic modelling of hydrosystems
    Wolfgang Nowak
Abhishek Shukla
Andrew Stuart
Stefania Patrizi
Christian Bayer​


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