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Uncertainty Quantification and Management
Creating a joined-up UK capability in uncertainty quantification and management excellence, and promoting stochastic approaches to engineering problems.

Uncertainty Quantification and Management Special Interest Group

When bringing new products and processes from concept to commercialisation, success depends on the careful management of risk in the face of many interacting uncertainties. In high value design, the use of virtual engineering allows for a formal treatment of these uncertainties, and processes can be optimised to be robust against these uncertainties. The Uncertainty Quantification & Management Special Interest Group (UQ&M SIG) exists to bring together a community of industrial users and researchers to promote a more UQ&M-savvy design and assessment community.

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Event:
14.09.17

Agri-Food Study Group with Industry

Where:
International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), South College Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
When:
21.02.18
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Improving operations through machine learning

Organisations can apply for a share of up to £250,000 to develop machine learning solutions that will improve Innovate UK’s operations.
Closes:
06.09.17
Article:
28.06.17

High value manufacturing: dealing with the unknown

How to manage uncertainty and improve production in one of the UK’s largest sectors.
Article:
15.06.17

Integration of multi-fidelity and multi-source analyses and data

The design of bigger and more powerful wind turbines needs to incorporate complex modelling.