Alexander Litvinenko is giving talk "Sampling and low-rank tensor approximation of the response surface" on workshop "Uncertainty Management for Robust Industrial Design in Aeronautics - UMRIDA", April 15-16, TU Delft, Netherlands

UMRIDA is a Level 1 collaborative project within the European Commission's Seventh Framework Programme. It involves a consortium of 21 partners from the industrial aeronautics sector, leading research institutes and universities as well as SME's.

The UMRIDA project (Uncertainty Management for Robust Industrial Design in Aeronautics) on Uncertainty Quantification (UQ) and Robust Design Methods (RDM) aims at a paradigm shift in virtual prototyping away from deterministic design and towards a design under uncertainties, providing not only a mean result but a domain of confidence for a given design quantity. The project aims at bridging the gap from the Current State of the Art at the basic research level to a Technology Readiness Level where large numbers of simultaneous uncertainties can be treated in analysis and design.