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  • March » 2015 » FINS » University of Florida
    YIP for Mission Design Published Mar 6th 2015 Assistant Professor Mrinal Kumar Autonomy Division was awarded the prestigious Young Investigator Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Dr Kumar s award is entitled A Unified Dynamic Information Recent News Autonomy Faculty Member Kumar wins AFOSR YIP for Mission Design Mar 6th 2015 News Archive News Archive Select Month March 2015 Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil

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  • FINS » University of Florida
    Partners Contacts Recent News Autonomy Faculty Member Kumar wins AFOSR YIP for Mission Design Mar 6th 2015 Assistant Professor Mrinal Kumar Autonomy Division was awarded the prestigious Young Investigator Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Dr Kumar s award is entitled A Unified Dynamic Information Archives March 2015 Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611 6550 Phone 352

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  • Leadership » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    then briefly worked at NASA Langley Research Center as a contractor From 1990 to 2005 he was at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics From 2005 to 2011 he was the Chairman of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida Under his leadership the department rapidly expanded to become the largest department in the college of engineering He is currently Fellow of American Physical Society APS and American Society of mechanical Engineers ASME and Associate Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA He is currently an associate editor of the International Journal of Multiphase Flow and an editor for the Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics Bala received the Francois Naftali Frenkiel Award from American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics DFD in 1996 and the Arnold Beckman Award and the University Scholar Award from University of Illinois In 2003 Bala s student Dr Prosenjit Bagchi won the coveted Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Award for best Doctoral Thesis from APS DFD In 2006 he was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society He was the vice Chair and later the Chair of the Multiphase Flow Technical Committee at ASME and currently member of the division honors and awards committee He is on the executive board of the International Conference on Multiphase Flow He also serves on the Engineering Sciences External Review Panel for the Sandia National Laboratories Faculty Membership Membership is available to any faculty with a commitment and capacity to positively contribute to the mission of the Institute Members of the Institute have access to Institute infrastructure administration and resources that may include graduate student and research support pending available funds Members are expected to participate in seminars program development and grant applications in collaboration with other members of the Institute Members are engaged in Institute relevant research as evidenced by proposal development publications presentations supervising graduate students and teaching in areas related to the Institute s focus Faculty Advisory Committee Members of the committee will be chosen by the Institute Director with approval from the Dean and will consist of at least one member from each participating department This committee chaired by the Director will be a significant contributor to the intellectual direction of the Institute It is responsible for making recommendations about the allocation of Institute resources as they become available The Institute Faculty Advisory Committee is also expected to engage groups with complementary interests provide leadership within the College and provide counsel to the Dean s office regarding the Institute s specific interdisciplinary research areas Jason E Butler Associate Professor Department of Chemical Engineering PhD 1998 The University of Texas at Austin Ph 352 392 2591 Fx 352 392 9513 butler che ufl edu 431 Chemical Engineering Building Mingzhou Ding J Crayton Pruitt Family Professor Department of Biomedical Engineering PhD 1990 University of Maryland Physics Ph 352 273 9332 Fx 352 273 9221 mding bme ufl edu BMS J285 P O Box 116131

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  • Infrastructure » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    University and the HPC Center The CRN connects the HPC center to the Florida Lambda Rail from which the National Lambda Rail and Internet2 are accessible The UF HPC provides a good platform for the proposed microscale and mesoscale simulations for development testing and performing preliminary simulations on O 100 to O 1000 cores before accessing DOD supercomputing facilities UF HPC has joined forces with four other universities in the state of Florida to form the Sunshine State Education Research Computing Alliance SSERCA to build a robust cyber infrastructure and to share expertise and resources The Florida Lambda Rail FLR provides the underlying fiber optic network and network connectivity Biomedical Engineering The fundamental mission of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Florida is to better the world and improve the human condition through interdisciplinary and creative merging of engineering with biology and medicine Chemical Engineering The department is part of one of the largest and highest ranked Engineering Colleges and Universities in the southeastern region Its research and educational activities are not hindered by Departmental or College boundaries as many faculty either lead or are active in multidisciplinary centers such as the Florida Energy Systems Consortium the Florida Institute for Sustainable Energy the Particle Engineering Research Center the Nanoscience Institute for Medical and Engineering Technology Time evolution of the front of a cylindrical gravity current Computer and Information Science and Engineering CISE The Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering is concerned with the theory design development and application of computer systems and information processing techniques The mission of the CISE Department is to educate undergraduate and graduate majors as well as the broader campus community in the fundamental concepts of the computing discipline to create and disseminate computing knowledge and technology and to use our expertise in computing to help society solve problems Electrical Computer Engineering ECE The Department of Electrical Computer Engineering at the University of Florida is located in Gainesville one of the fastest growing technology centers in the United States as well as the cultural educational and commercial center for the North Central Florida Region ECE helps to spur this growth through innovative research educational and commercialization activities that expand beyond the city s borders ESSIE Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure Environment The school is at the cutting edge of integrating civil coastal oceanographic engineering and environmental engineering sciences The mission of ESSIE is to pioneer research education and sustainable environmentally responsible and eco friendly engineering technologies Industrial Systems Engineering Industrial and Systems Engineering integrates analytical programs with application areas in manufacturing logistics and supply chain management with decision support systems with the soft skills that include presentation teaming and business skills Essentially our students learn to recognize and understand a problem develop a solution algorithm implement it through the appropriate decision support system and â œsellâ it to the client It is a great combination of skills that is in demand by countless companies in numerous industries Materials Science and Engineering The

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  • Program » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    The certificate program is intended to complement the graduate degree each student will receive from his or her home department Non degree seeking students may pursue Graduate Certificate in Scientific Computing with approval from ICE administrative committee as long as the applicant has at least a bachelor s degree in engineering or physical sciences or equivalent from a regionally accredited institution Interested degree seeking and non degree seeking students must fill out the enrollment form which can be accessed through ICE college and departmental websites or on the UF EDGE website Certificate Requirements Student must enroll and admitted to the certificate program Student must complete 9 credits of ICE approved courses 6 of these credits must be from the core courses see below and the other 3 credits can be from the list of approved courses see Table below Student must obtain B or better in each of the three courses Students are encouraged to attend ICE seminars Students are encouraged to participate in the annual ICE symposium Core Courses CIS 6930 High performance and data intensive computing Issues pertaining to massively parallel computing load balancing parallel I O fault tolerance and parallel visualization will play an important role In addition there are issues that pertain to management and processing of large databases such as data compression data mining and machine learning The computational cost and challenges are far greater in the new paradigm For example uncertainty quantification requires multiple repetitions of the simulations and experiments for different values of the uncertain parameters The overall computational effort often requires the use of terascale to petascale architectures Another issue that we increasingly face is harnessing the performance of extant and emerging computer technologies such as multi core chips and Graphical Processing Units GPUs EGM 6934 Verification validation uncertainty reduction uncertainty quantification VVUU For simulations to be truly predictive we must ensure that the physical models are appropriate that the computer code correctly implements the numerical methods and that the sources of uncertainties are identified and quantified Similarly if the scientific database is being generated from experiments a clear understanding of all the experimental uncertainties and measurement errors must be quantified The various uncertainties and numerical errors must be propagated to quantify the overall uncertainty in the output In order to establish meaningful validation it is essential to identify the biggest contributors uncertainties and to systematically reduce the level of uncertainties and errors Through a rigorous iterative validation process of comparing against experimental measurements the simulation framework can be used in a true pre diction mode Non core Courses Approved List of Non core Courses CAP 5805 Computer Simulation Concepts CDA 6156 High Performance Computer Architechture CEG 6505 Numerical Methods of Geomechanics CEN 6070 Software Testing and Verification CEN 5035 Software Engineering CES 5010 Probabilistic and Stochastic Methods in Civil Engineering CES 6165 Computer Methods in Civil Engineering CHM 6303 Methods in Computational Biochemistry and Structural Biology CIS 6930 Parallel Algorithms COP 5618 Concurrent Programming COP 5555 Programming Language Principles COT 4501

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  • COE Institute Graduate Fellowship » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    COE institute fellow will receive a one time award of 6K to include 3K of stipend and 3K towards attending a research conference as a Ph D student The ICE Fellowship recipient must satisfy the following requirements Must enroll and complete the ICE graduate certificate in scientific computing Must be an actively enrolled advanced degree student in the college of engineering Must be engaged in collaborator research in the area of computational science and engineering Each year all the departments in the college of engineering will be encouraged to submit applications for these fellowships to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at the college of engineering who will forward them to the Institute Director The director will work with the faculty advisory committee to select the most deserving applicants A detailed description of the selection process will be distributed The objective of this fellowship program is to support initiation of inter disciplinary computational research on campus and to attract and train students in state of the art scientific computation Simulating Multifunctional Structures S R Phillpot and S B Sinnott Science 2009 Institute Fellowship is also available in the following options Florida Institute for National Security FINS Florida Institute for Sustainable

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  • Funding » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    COMPUTING NSF CHREC Cyberinfrastructure for Atomistic Materials Science CAMS Contact Home Funding Funding Research Computing Matching Program The Research Computing Matching Program provides matching funds for UF faculty who make certain level system acquisitions at HPC Center This announcement further signifies the university s commitment to support research computing in UF and its determination to provide first class computing facilities for UF researchers Learn more about the program Contact Herbert

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  • ICE Centers » Institute for Computational Engineering » University of Florida
    for Atomistic Materials Science CAMS Contact Home ICE Centers CENTER FOR COMPRESSIBLE MULTIPHASE TURBULENCE CCMT NSF PARTNERSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION NSF PIRE CENTER FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE RECONFIGURABLE COMPUTING NSF CHREC Cyberinfrastructure for Atomistic Materials Science CAMS ICE Centers ICE Centers Center for Compressible Multiphase Turbulence CCMT NSF Partnerships for International Research and Education NSF PIRE NSF Center for High Performance Reconfigurable Computing NSF CHREC Cyberinfrastructure for Atomistic Materials

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