Inference and Prediction

University of Waterloo

An emerging challenge for inference and prediction of large-scale complex systems is to efficiently analyze and assimilate the ever-increasing high dimensional data produced by the vast number of engineered and natural systems. 

The goals of our laboratory are to develop novel mathematical and statistical methods for
 

  1. discovering fundamental structures and extracting useful information contained in high dimensional data; and
     

  2. assimilating this information into the dynamical models in order to understand (and control) large-scale data-centric problems. 

These new model-based and data-driven tools have a specific application to detect, control and mitigate dynamic instabilities in modern jet engines.

Lab Leader

N. Sri Namachchivaya

Professor

Faculty of Mathematics 

Department of Applied Mathematics

University of Waterloo

Industry Partner

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Industry Liaison

Dr. Thambirajah Ravichandran

Lab Team

Sue Ann Campbell

University of Waterloo

Leo Dostal

Technische Universität Hamburg, Germany

Peter Imkeller
Humboldt University at Berlin

Jun Liu
University of Waterloo

Sagar Naik

University of Waterloo

Nicolas Perkowski

Humboldt University at Berlin

Sander Rhebergen

University of Waterloo

Henry J. van Roessel

University of Alberta

Alexander Schied

University of Waterloo

Siv Sivaloganathan

University of Waterloo

Giang Tran

University of Waterloo

Postdocs and Graduate Trainees

Ryne Beeson

PhD Candidate, University of Illinois

Kyle Ray Cochran

Master's Candidate, University of Illinois

Gwenael Gatto

PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo

Michael Jagan

Master's Candidate, University of Waterloo

Fei (Justina) Liu

Master's Candidate, University of Waterloo

Ricardo Manzono

Master's Candidate, University of Waterloo

Yiming Meng

PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo

Jonathan Murley

PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo

Dr. Alyssa Novelia

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Waterloo

Momoiyioluwa Oluyemi

Master's Candidate, University of Waterloo

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