MICDE / AIM: Youngsoo Choi, Research Scientist, Computation/Center for Applied Scientific Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
December 3 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bio: Youngsoo is a computational math scientist in CASC under Computing directorate at LLNL. His research focuses on developing efficient reduced order models for various physical simulations for time-sensitive decision-making multi-query problems, such as inverse problems, design optimization, and uncertainty quantification. His expertise includes various scientific computing disciplines as indicated in the linked “Research interests”.
Together with his collaborators, he has developed various powerful model order reduction techniques, such as machine learning-based nonlinear manifold and space–time reduced order models for nonlinear dynamical systems. He has also developed the component-wise reduced order model optimization algorithm, which enables fast and accurate computational modeling tool for lattice-structure design. He is currently leading data-driven surrogate modeling development team for various physical simulations, with whom he developed the open source codes, libROM and ROM for Laghos, Lagrangian hydrodynamics. He is also involved with quantum computing research. He has earned his undergraduate degree for Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and his PhD degree for Computational and Mathematical Engineering from Stanford University. He was a postdoc at Sandia National Laboratories and Stanford University prior to joining LLNL in 2017.
Talk title: Dr. Choi’s talk title will be posted soon.
Zoom connection details will be posted soon.
The MICDE Fall 2021 Seminar Series is open to all. University of Michigan faculty and students interested in computational and data sciences are encouraged to attend.
This seminar is cohosted by the Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery (MICDE) and the department of Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics at the University of Michigan. Dr. Choi will be hosted by Dr. Jesse Capecelatro, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering.
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