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Course# MATH-616: Numerical methods for random PDEs and uncertainty

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The course focuses on mathematical models based on PDEs with random parameters, and presents numerical techniques for forward uncertainty propagation, inverse uncertainty analysis in a Bayesian framework and optimal control under uncertainty.

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