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The purpose of this page is to demonstrate the various applications where the SciML tools have been employed. If you would like your own work added to this list, please open a pull request.
There are many external libraries which connect and utilize SciML utilities under the hood. The following an incomplete list of software organizations providing domain modeling tools that are built upon SciML. If you would like your institution's tools added to the list, please open a pull request.
SafeBlues Release (3/16/2021) (analysis done with SciML)
"All simulations have been performed in Julia, with additional Julia packages: LinearAlgebra.jl, Random.jl, Plots.jl, Lasso.jl, DifferentialEquations.jl"
2021: United States Department of the Air Force Artificial Intelligence Accelerator Scientific Excellence Award (Chris Rackauckas): For "For developing innovative computational processes to accelerate the simulation of nonlinear systems using neural networks".
2021: Mediterranean Machine Learning School Outstanding Poster Award (Simone Azeglio, Valerio Pagliarino, Francesco Calisto, Luca Bottero, Martina S., Sara Tiengo, Giovanni Graziano): For "Physics-Informed Machine Learning Simulator for Wildfire Propagation" with NeuralPDE.jl.
2020: International Society of Pharmacology (ISoP) Emerging Scientist Award (Chris Rackauckas): For development of SciML and Pumas.
2020: American Conference on Pharmacometrics (ACoP) Quality Award (Chris Rackauckas and Vijay Ivaturi): For DiffEqGPU accelerating QSP models by 175x.
2020: IEEE High-Performance Extreme Computing (HPEC) Outstanding Paper Award (Chris Rackauckas and Qing Nie): For the high-performance adaptive SDE solvers in StochasticDiffEq.jl.
2019: International Society of Pharmacology (ISoP) Mathematics and Computing Special Interest Group Poster Award (Chris Rackauckas and Vijay Ivaturi): Koopman operator tooling of DiffEqUncertainty.jl accelerating uncertainty quantification in PK/PD modeling by 100x.
2018 Julia Community Award (Chris Rackauckas): For development of SciML (at the time, named JuliaDiffEq).
DSWeb 2018 Dynamical Systems Software Contest: Runner up is DifferentialEquations.jl and a winner is DynamicalSystems.jl which utilizes DifferentialEquations.jl.
2017: Best Speaker Award, Tsukuba Global Science Week (Chris Rackauckas): Presentation on StochasticDiffEq.jl for systems biology.