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Mathematical Methods & Tools in UMQ
Posted Tue June 18, 2013 @03:38PM
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Announcements ERCOFTAC is proud to announce a two day course on the key topic of Mathematical Methods and Tools in Uncertainty Management and Quantification to be held October 24-25 in Paris, France.

Since 2010 ERCOFTAC has been delivering the topic, on both sides of the Atlantic, where it offered both novice and seasoned design engineers and analysts a great opportunity to fathom out the idea of bounding our designs and analyses under Uncertainty Quantification.


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However, this has lead to a phenomenal demand on how to actually implement the underlying techniques in UMQ, considering the huge design-cost benefits to be had. Therefore, in 2013 at ONERA, Paris, France, 24-25 October 2013, ERCOFTAC will be exactly doing that.

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