A New Era of Data-Enabled Computational Science
The 2017 MICDE Symposium
APRIL 18, 2017
RACKHAM BUILDING, 915 E. WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR
The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering 2017 Symposium featured eminent scientists from around the world and the U-M campus. The symposium this year focused on the “New Era of Data-Enabled Computational Science.”
Videos of most of the presentations can be viewed at http://myumi.ch/J2j33.
U-M College of Engineering
MICDE, U-M College of Engineering and LS&A
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jacqueline H. Chen
Sandia National Laboratories
U-M College of Literature, Science and the Arts
J. Tinsley Oden
University of Texas at Austin, ICES
Air Force Office of Research
The poster competition highlighted outstanding computational work from U-M students and postdocs.
Victor Wu, Industrial and Operations Engineering, won first place and $500 for his poster “Multicriteria Optimization for Brachytherapy Treatment Planning.” Co-authors were Marina Epelman, Mustafa Sir, Kalyan Pasupathy, Michael Herman and Christopher Duefel.
The second place poster, winning $250, was from Sambit Das of Mechanical Engineering: “Large Scale Electronic Structure Studies on the Energetics of Dislocations in Al-Mg Materials System and Its Connection to Mesoscale Models” with co-author Vikram Gavini.
Third place, also with a $250 prize, went to Joseph Cicchese, Chemical Engineering, for “How to optimize tuberculosis antibiotic treatments using a computational granuloma model” with co-authors Elsje Pienaar, Denise E. Kirschner, Jennifer J. Linderman.
Approximately 50 posters were submitted for the competition. View this spreadsheet to see all the titles and abstracts.