DIGITAL TWIN 2021 PROGRAM DAY
Next December 8th, the Digital Twin Program Day 2021 will be happening online.
The agenda for that day is already planned and all the participants should have received all the information by email already. During that day we have planned several sessions in which each project leader and researchers will give a short update of their work.
We are also very excited to announce that at the end of the day we will have a Keynote presentation by Steve Brunton! Below you can find more information about Steve and his talk.
Title: Machine Learning for Sparse Nonlinear Modeling and Control
Abstract: This work describes how machine learning may be used to develop accurate and efficient nonlinear dynamical systems models for complex natural and engineered systems. We explore the sparse identification of nonlinear dynamics (SINDy) algorithm, which identifies a minimal dynamical system model that balances model complexity with accuracy, avoiding overfitting. This approach tends to promote models that are interpretable and generalizable, capturing the essential “physics” of the system. We also discuss the importance of learning effective coordinate systems in which the dynamics may be expected to be sparse. This sparse modeling approach will be demonstrated on a range of challenging modeling problems, for example in fluid dynamics, and we will discuss how to incorporate these models into existing model-based control efforts.
Bio: Dr. Steven L. Brunton is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington. He is also Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics and Computer science, and a Data Science Fellow at the eScience Institute. Steve received the B.S. in mathematics from Caltech in 2006 and the Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton in 2012. His research combines machine learning with dynamical systems to model and control systems in fluid dynamics, biolocomotion, optics, energy systems, and manufacturing. He is a co-author of three textbooks, received the University of Washington College of Engineering junior faculty and teaching awards, the Army and Air Force Young Investigator Program (YIP) awards, and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
PS: take a look at the previous keynote speaker at: DT PROJECT KICK-OFF DAY
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
The Digital Twin project team