Marco de Angelis

Lecturer in Engineering at the University of Strathclyde

My main research interest is assessing and improving the efficiency of computations done with imprecisely specified numbers. A number can be specified as an interval, a pair of moments, a probability distribution, an imprecisely specified distribution, and many more. There are numerous advantages that follow from being able to explicitly compute with imprecision. First, we can automatically propagate the uncertainty for model verification. Second, we can make rigorous inference with scarce empirical data for model calibration and validation. I apply this research for the enhancement of trust in digital twins for structural health monitoring.


Here is my updated list of publications, also in pdf format.

About my web presence

My citations and h-index is on Google Scholar.

My code is on Github.

The accepted manuscripts and preprints are on Research Gate*.

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