The Center for Informatics and Computational Science (CICS) at the University of Notre Dame is grounded in the mathematical, statistical, and scientific computing disciplines and aims to address unifying themes to allow predictive modeling of complex scientific and engineered systems.
FY 2019 DURIP Awarded to CICSNews
Tackling Challenges of Delivering Accurate Research ModelsNews
A new research center at Notre Dame, the CICS will develop mathematical, statistical, and computational techniques to tackle the many challenges associated with uncertainty quantification.
Professor Daniel Tartakovsky, Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
Efficient Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity Analysis Using Surrogate Models, with Applications to Mechanics
Lori Graham-Brady, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute
Rajesh Ranganath, Courant Institute