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DESCRIPTION:20 June | Mathematical Foundations of Digital Twins (MATH-DT)NS
F and AFOSRThis program encourages new collaborative efforts within the re
alm of Digital Twins\, aiming at stimulating fundamental research innovati
on\, pushing\, and expanding the boundaries of knowledge\, and exploring n
ew frontiers in mathematics and computation for Digital Twin development\,
and its applications. \;The MATH-DT program will provide support for
collaborative efforts involving research teams consisting of at least two
Principal Investigators (PIs). At least one of the PIs will assume a lead
role in addressing the emerging mathematical or statistical challenges of
the project\, while at least one other PI should be specialized in modelin
g or have access to data directly related or relevant to practical Digital
Twin applications.
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SUMMARY:20 June | Mathematical Foundations of Digital Twins (MATH-DT)
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**20 June | Mathematical Foundations of Digital Twins (MATH-DT)**

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This program encoura
ges new collaborative efforts within the realm of Digital Twins\, aiming a
t stimulating fundamental research innovation\, pushing\, and expanding th
e boundaries of knowledge\, and exploring new frontiers in mathematics and
computation for Digital Twin development\, and its applications. \;Th
e MATH-DT program will provide support for collaborative efforts involving
research teams consisting of at least two Principal Investigators (PIs).
At least one of the PIs will assume a lead role in addressing the emerging
mathematical or statistical challenges of the project\, while at least on
e other PI should be specialized in modeling or have access to data direct
ly related or relevant to practical Digital Twin applications.

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