The advent of easily accessible high-performance computers and numerical techniques such as finite element methods have facilitated precise modelling and simulation of complex systems in a wide range of disciplines such as civil engineering, biomechanics and life science. These highly accurate models are an exciting development, however, they have also created a set of very challenging questions around computational efficiency and effectiveness. To address these challenges, many computationally efficient modelling and simulation techniques have been developed and, are being further refined. Examples of techniques developed over the last few years include reduced-order modelling and surrogate modelling.
Aims of this event
This free of charge event aims to bring together, leading experts and early career researchers actively working in the fields of system modelling and simulation in both scientific computing and application areas to: