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From page 127...
...   • What are the needs for validation, verification, and uncertainty quantifica tion of digital twins, and how do these needs vary across communities?
From page 128...
... play in advancing the development of rigorous scalable foundations of digital twins across scientific, medi cal, engineering, and societal domains and in encouraging collaboration across communities?     The ad hoc committee will conduct three public workshops and other datagathering activities to inform its findings, conclusions, and recommendations, which will be provided in the form of a consensus report.  The public workshops will present and discuss the opportunities (e.g., methods, practices, use cases)
From page 129...
...   Karissa Sanbonmatsu (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   11:20 AM Break  11:30 AM Panel 1: Digital Twins at the Cellular and Molecular Scale  Moderator: Ines Thiele (National University of Ireland, Galway)
From page 130...
...   12:15 PM Lunch Break  12:45 PM Panel 2: Digital Twins at the Organ, Tumor, and Microenvironment Scale  Moderator: Caroline Chung (MD Anderson Cancer Center)   Tom Yankeelov (The University of Texas at Austin)
From page 131...
... APPENDIX B 131 DIGITAL TWINS IN ATMOSPHERIC, CLIMATE, AND SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCES February 1, 2023  Virtual  Session 1 -- Open    10:00 AM Welcome and Housekeeping  Ruby Leung (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   10:20 AM Opening Plenary  Moderator: Ruby Leung (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
From page 132...
...   Mark Asch (Université de Picardie Jules Verne)   12:30 PM Summary and Convergence  National Academies Study Committee  OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR DIGITAL TWINS IN ENGINEERING  February 7, 2023  Virtual  10:00 AM Welcome and Introduction  Conrad Grant (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)
From page 133...
...   11:45 AM Break  12:00 PM Panel 2: Key Technical Challenges and Opportunities  Moderator: Carolina Cruz-Neira (University of Central Florida)   1:00 PM Panel 3: Digital Twin Research and Development Needs and Investment  Moderator: Conrad Tucker (Carnegie Mellon University)
From page 134...
...   11:45 AM Break  12:00 PM Panel 2: Key Technical Challenges and Opportunities  Moderator: Conrad Tucker (Carnegie Mellon University)   1:00 PM Panel 3: Digital Twin Research and Development Needs and Investment  Moderator: Derek Bingham (Simon Fraser University)
From page 135...
... C Opportunities and Challenges for Digital Twins in Atmospheric and Climate Sciences: Proceedings of a Workshop -- in Brief Opportunities and Challenges for Digital Twins in Atmospheric and Climate Sciences: Proceedings of a Workshop -- in Brief (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 2023) is reprinted here in its entirety.
From page 136...
... More realistic simulations at the global scale will inform a National Academies consensus study on could translate to information at the regional scale that research gaps and future directions to advance the better supports decision-making for climate adaptation mathematical, statistical, and computational foundations and mitigation through tight integration and interaction of digital twins in applications across science, medicine, with impact sector models. Now in the first phase (2021– engineering, and society.1 2024)
From page 137...
... Modigliani explained that Earth system digital twins Venkatramani Balaji, Schmidt Futures, the plenary require unprecedented simulation capabilities––for session's second speaker, presented a brief overview of example, ECMWF aspires to have a simulation on the the history of climate modeling, starting with a oneorder of 1–4 km at the global scale, which could enable dimensional model response to carbon dioxide doubling the modeling of small scales of sea ice transformation in 1967. This early work revealed that studying climate and the development of more accurate forecasts.
From page 138...
... Balaji posited Mark Taylor, Sandia National Laboratories, the plenary that digital twins represent the modeling and simulation session's final speaker, discussed the need for more efforts under way for decades. Modigliani focused on the credible cloud physics to achieve digital twins for Earth's potential for digital twins to explore what-if scenarios atmosphere.
From page 139...
... the assessor's parcel data, building footprint data, and building floor numbers, and it includes city-scale auto- Jablonowski emphasized that selecting the appropriate calibration to improve the energy use estimate. The spatial and temporal scales for digital twins is critical model enables the estimation of both the spatial pattern to determine the following: the phenomena that can of energy use for each building and the hourly temporal be represented in a model; the correct equation set for pattern (e.g., the commercial area uses the least energy at the fluid flow; the required physical parameterizations, midnight and the most at noon)
From page 140...
... be used to emulate the actual system … the digital twin although whether such streams exist for climate change concept consists of three distinct parts: the physical remains to be seen. Digital twins should explore a object or process and its physical environment, the full range of possible scenarios, he continued, but digital representation of the object or process, and only a small number of scenarios can be run with the the communication channel between the physical and current technology.


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