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Calcul Scientifique et Quantification de l’Incertitude
du Prof. Fabio Nobile


The CSQI chair deals with the development of reliable numerical simulations of complex models appearing in physics, engineering and life science applications, such as fluid-structure interaction in hemodynamics, heart electromechanics, flows in porous media, etc. In particular, the research is oriented to the development of advanced techniques for the treatment and quantification of uncertainties which unavoidably affect many of the parameters of a mathematical model, and consequently the quantification of the reliability of numerical simulations outcomes.







  • New H2020-FETHPC-2017 project ExaQUte « EXAscale Quantification of Uncertainties for TEchnology and science simulation ».
  • Eleonora Musharbash has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled « Dynamical Low Rank approximation of PDEs with random parameters » on July 7, 2017. Congratulations Eleonora.
  • ECCOMAS Award for the best PhD Thesis in 2016 to Dr Diane Guignard (GR-PI & CSQI, EPFL). Dr Diane Guignard, member of the Chair of Scientific Computing and Uncertainty Quantification and the Group Picasso, Institute of Mathematics, EPFL, has been awarded the ECCOMAS Award for for one of the two best PhD Theses in 2016, for her PhD Thesis entitled « A posteriori error estimation for partial differential equations with random input data » (EPFL thesis #7260, 2016). The European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) attributes the award to highlight outstanding achievements of two young persons at the start of their scientific careers; the awards will be handed over at the ECCOMAS Young Investigator Conference – YIC 2017, Milan, Italy, September 13 – 15. Many congratulations to Diane!
  • Diane Guignard has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled « A posteriori error estimation for Partial Differential Equations with random input data » on September 5, 2016. Congratulations Dian
  • F. Nobile invited speaker at  7ECM


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