Large computer models often involve thousands of input and output quantities and can require days of execution time. A focus of Dr. Morris’ research is the design and analysis of computer experiments with goals including the validation, calibration, and approximation of computer models; and efficient sensitivity analysis to determine which model inputs have the greatest influence on its outputs.
- High school robotics team coached by IMSE senior lecturer featured in Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier February 22, 2018
- IMSE Fall 2017 graduates celebrate together December 16, 2017
- College of Engineering honors student marshal and outstanding seniors December 11, 2017
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