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Uncertainty Quantification & Management for Industry

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Tuesday, 22 August 2017 at 10:00 - Wednesday, 23 August 2017 at 17:00 (BST)

Uncertainty Quantification & Management for Industry

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One Day Ticket 22 Aug 2017 £20.00 £0.00
Two Day Ticket 22 Aug 2017 £50.00 £0.00
Steering Group Members/Invited Speakers 22 Aug 2017 Free £0.00
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Overview:
This two-day meeting aims to disseminate progress which has been made by the Uncertainty Quantification and Management Special Interest Group.

The SIG was set up in 2015 and aimed to create value in UK industrial sectors by:

  • Creating collaborative groupings that identify real benefit in working together
  • Developing and refining of challenges and aspirations
  • Supporting a clutch of industry pulled projects that make significant advances against the above challenges within given industrial sectors
  • Promoting an increasingly statistics-savvy engineering design and assessment community
  • Joining up a holistic UK based UQ&M capability that can respond positively to end-user aspirations and requirements


This meeting at the Centre for Modelling and Simulation will:

  • Deliver a number of industrial talks on how and why UQ&M was applied to their industry, what has this application enabled in their business. 
  • Provide an opportunity to hear from aspiring industries on problems they may have
  • Invite researchers to speak on state of the art research of relevance to the area.

 

Agenda:

Day One

09:30 Registration

10:00 Opening – Matt Butchers, Knowledge Transfer Network


10:10 Chairman Address – Sanjiv Sharma, Airbus UK

 

Session One: Automotive
10:20 Uncertainty in Automotive CFD – Ben Evans, University of Swansea / Bloodhound SSC

10:50 Ride Optimisation under Uncertainty - Dave Woods, University of Southampton

 

11:20 Uncertainty Visualisation Keynote – Bob Laramee, University of Swansea

 

11:50 Break

 

 

Session Two: Energy
12:10 Increasing Certainty in Offshore Energy – David Standingford, Zenotech & Alex Diaz, University of Liverpool

 

12:40 Gaussian Process Keynote – Tony O’Hagan, Emeritus Professor of Statistics

 

 

13:10 Lunch & Networking

 

Session Three: Aerospace
14:10 Setting of Wing Target Loads – Sanjiv Sharma, Airbus UK & Marco de Angelis, University of Liverpool

 

14:40 Inverse Methods Keynote – Marco Iglasias, University of Nottingham

 

15:10 HVD and Digital – Paul Clarke, Aerospace Technology Institute

 

15:40 Break


Session Four: Funding

16:00 Panel Discussion, Academic Gaps – Various

 

16:30 Funding Opportunities – Rhia Visavadia, EPSRC & Lynne McGregor, Innovate UK

17:00 Close

 

19:30 Conference Dinner on the evening of Day One

 

 

 

Day Two

09:30 Registration

10:00 Keynote: Phil Cartwright, Chairman CFMS, and ex-CTO HVM Catapult

 

Session Five: Infrastructure
10:40 Deep Uncertainty in Infrastructure Planning (TBC) – Ben Ford, Network Rail

11:10 Parametric Design for Bridge – Darryl Stephenson (TBC), HS2 Ltd

11:40 Uncertainty in Cost Engineering – Maryam Farsi, University of Cranfield

 

12:10 Break

 

 

Session Six: Pharma
12:30 Industry Pitch: Pharma, TBC

13:00 Predictive Modelling of Materials, James Kermode, University of Warwick

 

13:30 Lunch & Networking

 

 

Session Seven: Manufacturing
14:30 Development of a Surrogate Model For Predicting Metallic Corrosion Events – Phil Monks, Atomic Weapons Establishment

 

15:00 From Powder-to-Part: Managing Uncertainty with Modelling for Additive Manufacturing - Tyler London, TWI Ltd


15:30 UQ and Additive Manufacturing – Francesco Montomoli, Imperial College London / UQuant

 

16:00 Panel Discussion, Commercial Codes – Various

 

16:30 M2D Funding Opportunities – Emma Clarke, University of Exeter

 

17:00 Close

 

 

The small costs associated with registering for this event will cover accommodation and dinner (if required on the first evening)

Do you have questions about Uncertainty Quantification & Management for Industry? Contact The Knowledge Transfer Network

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Centre for Modeling and Simulation
Bristol & Bath Science Park
BS16 7AJ Bristol
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 at 10:00 - Wednesday, 23 August 2017 at 17:00 (BST)


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