CMAI was founded in 2020 with a goal to provide unique learning experiences for students and postdocs and to foster ties between Academia, National Labs, Industry, and Government.
The Center focuses on artificial intelligence, big data, control, optimization, anomalous (nonlocal) diffusion, nonlinear partial differential equations, with a broad range of applications. CMAI is funded by George Mason University, National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Army Research Office, and Department of Navy.
Magnetic Drug Targeting
COVID-19 Spread Research
3D Turbulence Model
The goal is to move the droplet placed on top of electrodes, acting as control, to a desired location.
- CMAI, together with MathWorks, will be hosting a virtual workshopCMAI, together with MathWorks, will be hosting a virtual workshop on Deep Learning (November 10, 2021). Registration is mandatory (link)
- CMAI: A success storyThe Center for Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (CMAI) focuses on research related to scientific computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, algorithm and software development, control, optimization, and nonlinear partial (or ordinary) differential equations.
- CMAI, together with the CFD Center is pleased to welcome Randy Price as postdoctoral associate starting September 2021CMAI, together with the CFD Center is pleased to welcome Randy Price as postdoctoral associate starting September 2021. Randy obtained his PhD from University of Maryland Baltimore … Read more