Venue: Lurie Robert H. Engin. Ctr – Johnson Rooms, 3rd floor
MICDE is excited to present the Advanced Computational Science & Engineering Showcase (ACES) mini-symposium. ACES is a highly anticipated event aiming to highlight current trends and hot topics in computational science, machine learning and AI. This event showcases the outstanding research supported by the MICDE Catalyst Grant and provides a unique opportunity to share your ideas and network with fellow faculty members during a networking reception.
This year’s mini-symposium features the following exceptional faculty:
|Gary Luker, Professor | Department of Radiology | Department of Biomedical Engineering | Department of Microbiology and Immunology||Salar Fattahi, Assistant Professor | Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering||Jesse Capecelatro, Associate Professor | Department of Mechanical Engineering | Department of Aerospace Engineering|
|Venkat Viswanathan, Associate Professor | Department of Aerospace Engineering||George Tzimpragos, Assistant Professor | Department of Computer Science and Engineering||Gokul Ravi, Assistant Professor | Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
|Vancho Kocevski||MICDE||1:00 pm||MICDE Welcome|
|1:05 pm||Felicitation of Krishna Garikipati for his contributions to Computational Science & Engineering @ UM|
|Gary Luker||Radiology | Biomedical Engineering | Microbiology and Immunology||1:30 pm||A physics-constrained AI framework for cancer cell migration|
|Salar Fattahi||Industrial and Operations Engineering||1:55 pm||Scalable Inference of Dynamic Graphical Models with Combinatorial Structures|
|Jesse Capecelatro||Mechanical Engineering | Aerospace Engineering||2:30 pm||Particle-laden flows: simulations and data-driven modeling|
|Venkat Viswanathan||Aerospace Engineering||2:55 pm||AI Foundation models for materials science|
|George Tzimpragos||Electrical Engineering and Computer Science||3:30 pm||Beating Resistance|
|Gokul Ravi||Electrical Engineering and Computer Science||3:55 pm||A Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing Ecosystem|
|Networking Session||4:30 pm|
The event finishes with a networking reception, where faculty members can share their research ideas and future plans, sparking collaborations.