Our research group investigates how modelling and simulation can be supported by research into high performance computing, e-infrastructures, cyberinfrastructures, cloud computing and web-based simulation.
The Modelling and Simulation Group (MSG) at Brunel University aims to advance the theory and practice of M&S by offering a wide range of multidisciplinary expertise including computer science, distributed computing, operational research, analytics, mathematics, information systems and application domains such as healthcare and manufacturing. MSG has capabilities in discrete-event simulation, agent-based simulation, systems dynamics, distributed simulation, continuous simulation, monte carlo simulation and hybrid approaches.
Areas of interest
We investigate how M&S can be supported by research into high performance computing, e-Infrastructures, Cyberinfrastructures, cloud computing and web-based simulation. Our research is strongly application focused with a track record of successful industrial collaboration that has led to major cost savings through high performance simulation. We also translate cutting edge M&S research into teaching and learning activities at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and students are actively involved in our projects.
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