San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you using a numerical model in your research? Are you interested in using methods and tools for uncertainty analysis, sensitivity analysis, model calibration and validation, or elicitation in your research? Then this tutorial is for you!
This is the first in a series of tutorials led by academics at the University of Bristol, in which they share methods and tools for model uncertainty analysis, using application examples from a wide variety of different disciplines.
This initial tutorial will form the basis for all other tutorials in the series. It will include a discussion of types of models used in different disciplines and how this classification defines what methods of uncertainty analysis are most appropriate. Participants will develop a common language in an interactive manner during the tutorial, which will be used in subsequent tutorials when discussing building a simulator, model validation and verification, sensitivity analysis, uncertainty analysis and model prediction.
Pizza will be available from noon in MVB Atrium level 2, with the tutorial starting at 12.30 pm in room 1.11
Pizza will be available from noon in MVB Atrium Level 2 and that the tutorial will start at 12:30pm in MVB 1.11.
Numbers are limited for this event so booking via this Eventbrite is essential.
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