M3E | Computer Modelling
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Computer Modelling

Modelling is a term largely used nowadays to denote the simple and/or complex set of operations carried out through computer resources to reproduce the behavior of natural systems and man-made structures.

M3E offers a large expertise in computer modelling. Numerical models, statistical models, stochastic models, surrogate models, model calibration by the use of data assimilation techniques and optimization strategies, processing of environmental regionalized datasets through geostatistical approaches can carried out by M3E using commercial and/or in-house software.

M3E develops numerical methods for the optimization, planning and analysis of modelling experiments, with particular attention to the numerical simulations. M3E provides state-of-art software libraries to organize batches of experiments or simulations in order to extract high-quality information on the problem under examination, assessing the relative importance of the parameters involved, locate optimal configurations or calibrate numerical models on experimental data, and estimate the sensitivity and robustness of the solutions adopted.

Main activities include:

  • development of numerical simulations and virtual prototyping, using either commercial or in-house software
  • management and analysis of large dataset
  • data assimilation technique, sensitivity analysis and uncertainty assessment of the models used in the prediction phase
  • validation and calibration of models with historical and/or experimental data
  • research of optimal configurations and inverse problem solving