IS08 - Coupled Physics-informed Machine Learning
In the last few years a growing interest has been detected in the development of physics-informed
machine learning methods. These are methods in which the learning process is guided, or
constrained (or biased) by the imposition of known laws of physics.
In this mini-symposium we will address the development of such techniques for the analysis of
coupled phenomena. Physics-informed neural networks, structure-preserving neural networks or
thermodynamics-informed neural networks are particular examples of such techniques. However,
the minisymposium is by no means limited to these, and contributions will be welcome from any
other related field. Methods based on the use of neural networks will be considered, but also
methods based on more classical regression techniques, manifold learning or any other machine
Of particular interest is the analysis of learning procedures for physical phenomena with
dependence on history, the effective discovery of internal variables, etc.