Maxime Fays, a master’s student in Modelling, Scientific Computing and Image Analysis at the Université Grenoble Alpes (France), is the 2500th user of UQLab since the first public release in July 2015. Maxime currently uses UQLab as a support to a course related to rare event simulation. As a future PhD student in computational biomechanics applied to biomedical stents, he considers using UQLab’s comprehensive surrogate modelling modules.
14 January 2020
UQLab 2500th user
UQLab Modules Rel 1.3 is released. The new release includes a new reliability-based design optimization (RBDO) module, statistical inference module, and an overhauled Input module, now with much more advanced dependence modeling.
19 September 2019
UQLab v1.3.0 now available
Prof. Wouter Huberts (Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands) registered as UQLab’s 2000th user since the first public release in July 2015. Prof. Huberts and his team plan to develop and apply physics-based patient-specific models to support clinical diagnosis and intervention planning. They will more specifically use the sensitivity analysis and Bayesian calibration modules of UQLab.
6 June 2019
UQLab 2000th user
The new version v1.2 of UQLab was published on February 22, 2019. This new release includes a whole new Bayesian module, support for sensitivity analysis with dependent inputs and performance improvements across the board.
22 February 2019
UQLab v1.2.0 now available
Reda Snaiki (State University of New York at Buffalo) registered as UQLab’s 1500th user since the first public release on July 1st, 2015. He plans to use UQLab to predict urban flooding in real-time by using surrogate models.