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Practical Implementation of Bayesian Inverse problems in the context of Civil Engineering

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Numerical modelling plays a crucial role in modern engineering. It is used to conceive, test, and design new structures. However, we often find a rift between these models and their real world counterpart once these are built. Often the structural properties we have in our numerical model do not reflect a structure’s true state (ex: construction defects, miss-specified dimensions, degradation, non-elastic deformations, corrosion, erosion, etc.) The objective of solving Inverse problems is to systematically update our numerical model based on observational data in a principled and probabilistic manner. In our research we work to develop scalable methods for solving these types of problems on large finite element models.

This talk is part of the Engineering Department Structures Research Seminars series.

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