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Our group will give 6 presentations @ APS DFD 2023

Our group, CoMSAIL, will be delivering 6 presentations at APS DFD 2023. If you are also attending the conference in DC, please stop by and check out our talks (focusing on differentiable physics, GPU computing, and hybrid neural modeling for fluid flow)

J29.00003, Fan et al. Differentiable vectorized JAX solver for turbulent flow and fluid-structure interactions (4:35 PM–6:32 PM, Sunday, November 19, 2023, Session J 29, Room: 152B)

L17.00003 Sun et al. Unifying Predictions of Deterministic and Stochastic Physics in Mesh-reduced Space with Sequential Flow Generative Model (8:00 AM–10:36 AM, Monday, November 20,
Room: 145B)

L17.00005, Pan et al. Neural field based sequence model for generating spatial-temporal turbulence (8:00 AM–10:36 AM, Monday, November 20, 2023, Room: 145B)

X29.00001, Akhare et al. Implicit Neural Solver for Stable Surrogate Simulation of Fluid Dynamics (8:00 AM–10:36 AM, Tuesday, November 21, 2023, Room: 152B)

X29.00006, Liu et al. MuRFiV-Net: A Multi-Resolution Finite-Volume Inspired Neural Network for Predicting Spatiotemporal Dynamics (8:00 AM–10:36 AM, Tuesday, November 21, 2023, Room: 152B)

X29.00011, Zhang et al. A Differentiable Hybrid Neural Solver for Efficient Simulation of Cavitating Flows (8:00 AM–10:36 AM, Tuesday, November 21, 2023, Room: 152B)

Also one collaborative work with Prof. X. Zheng from RIT — R14.00007, Zheng et al. A hybrid physics informed neural network model for patient specific phonation simulation (1:50 PM–3:21 PM, Monday, November 20, 2023, Room: 144AB)

Our lab received research grant from Lucy Institute

We got one-year research grant from Lucy Institute of Data Science and Society.

Jian-Xun Wang, Assistant Professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (AME), and Chaoli Wang, Professor in CSE, were awarded this grant to develop a novel Bayesian deep learning framework for automating vessel segmentation from medical images to enable rapid construction of personalized, patient-specific computational models.

Thank Lucy Institute!

Welcome submissions to article collection of “Physics-informed Machine Learning”

We are welcoming submission of original research to an article collection entitled “Physics-informed Machine Learning and Its Real-world Applications” of Scientific Reports (Springer Nature). As Guest Editor for the Collection, I hope you will consider this excellent outlet for your research in this field.

This article collection is a great opportunity to highlight this important area, and we hope you will be able to contribute. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. The deadline is Nov. 30, 2022. For more details, please see

Invited Talk at USACM UQ Virtual Seminar Series

I will give invited talk at #USACM#UQ Virtual Seminar Organized by USACM UQ TTA. (Time: 15:00 PM-16:00 PM (EST US), 5/12/2022. Zoom Link: listed below). The topic is about “how to leverage physics in ML for computational mechanics — Physics-informed, PDE-structure preserved Learning for problems with complex geometries”. I am happy to have Prof. Michael Brenner be my discussant sharing his great insights in the field of scientific machine learning #SciML. Also thank the organization committee: Abani PatraSerge Prudhomme, Johann Guilleminot.

In this talk, I will discuss our recent developments of on SciML from several different aspects, including (1) how to leverage physics to inspire network architecture design (PDE-preserved deep learning #PPNN), (2) use physics to inform network training #PINN, (3) physics-informed geometric deep learning (#GeometricDL) for complex geometries and irregular domains. This work is supported National Science Foundation (NSF)#OAC#CMMIAerospace & Mechanical Engineering at Notre DameCenter for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame, ND-ECI, ND Lucy Institute of Data Science.

Welcome to join us at See you on Thursday

US Association for Computational Mechanics (USACM), TTA: Uncertainty Quantification and Probabilistic Modeling.

Here is the talk recording

Will host a MS a SIAM UQ22 and our group will give 5 presentations

Together with Yeonjong Shin (Brown University) and Xueyu Zhu (U Iowa), we will co-host a 3-part mini-sympoiusm entitled “Recent Advances in Machine Learning and Data-Driven Methods for Physical Sciences and Engineering”, where 12 speakers will give talks on scientific machine learning and data-driven modeling.

  • 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM, 04/12/2022, (Augusta E – 7th Floor) MS2 Part I
  • 8:10 AM – 10:10 AM, 04/13/2022, (Augusta E – 7th Flow) MS45 Part II
  • 8:10 AM – 10:10 AM, 04/14/2022, (Augusta E – 7th Flow) MS89 Part III

Our group will give 5 talks at SIAM UQ22.