Felipe Viana

Felipe Viana is an assistant professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF), where he leads the Probabilistic Mechanics Laboratory. His research focuses on fusing machine learning and probabilistic methods with physics-based models for optimization and uncertainty quantification. Before joining UCF, Felipe was a senior scientist at GE Renewable Energy, where he led the development of computational methods for improving wind turbine performance and reliability.

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Using Hybrid Physics-Informed Neural Networks for Digital Twins in Prognosis and Health Management

Read about a success story of a Modulus application in the use of hybrid PINNs for digital twins in prognosis and health management. 11 MIN READ