Engagement Workshop: Multiscale computational models studying resilience of complex systems
Inox suite 1& 2, Level 5 , Students’ Union Building, Durham Road, Sheffield, S10 2TG
Enter through the West Entrance of the Students’ Union Building, click here for Google Maps.
If you need assistance, help is available at the main reception desk. 0114 222 8500
This event is free of charge. Lunch and refreshments included.
Limited on street parking is available nearby, as is paid secure parking at the nearby Q-Park on Durham Road. A discounted parking rate of £3 for up to 6 hours is available in Durham Road Q-Park between 6pm and 12 midnight, with pre-booked tickets.
Engineering systems are becoming more and more complex. Physical properties of such complex systems at various space and time scales need to be integrated together to understand them fully. In addition, the resilience of such systems has become more and more critical when in operation or during their maintenance.
The objective of this workshop is to present and discuss state-of-the-art modelling techniques where the multiscale and transient nature of a system operating over time is accounted for in the whole performance of the complex system. The uncertainty in modelling such complex systems will also be discussed.
The workshop will give delegates the chance to offer their views on the direction of the research and possibly influence future research and generate ideas for funding opportunities in complex engineering systems.
Two page agenda. Sessions and times are listed on page 2. Click on bottom left hand corner.