The undergraduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation in Engineering (AIMS) requires a minimum of 18 s.h. of credit. Students must earn a g.p.a. of at least 2.00 in coursework for the certificate. The certificate may be earned by any student admitted to the University of Iowa who is not concurrently enrolled in a UI graduate or professional degree program.
Students are strongly encouraged to participate in at least one workshop related to Python, R, or high performance and parallel computing offered by the Information Technology Services Research Services (ITS-RS) department; see the Workshops web page on the High Performance Computing website. Students are also encouraged to participate in the HACKUIOWA hackathon organized by the UI Hydroinformatics Lab.
Mechanical engineering students may use the certificate as a tailored engineering focus area by adding an additional eligible course. In addition, mechanical engineering students may earn the Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation in Engineering while they complete the mechanical engineering design, the manufacturing, or the robotics and autonomous systems focus area for their major.
The Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulation in Engineering requires the following coursework.
|Both of these:|
|ME:4111||Scientific Computing and Machine Learning||3|
|ME:4150||Artificial Intelligence in Engineering||3|
|Three of these:|
|ME:4112||Engineering Design Optimization||3|
|ME:4116||Manufacturing Processes Simulations and Automation||3|
|ME:4117||Finite Element Analysis||3|
|ME:4120||Advanced Linear Control Systems||3|
|ME:4175||Computational Naval Hydrodynamics||3|
|ME:5143||Computational Fluid and Thermal Engineering||3|
|ME:5170||Data-Driven Analysis in Engineering Mechanics||3|
|ME:5300||Uncertainty Quantification and Design Optimization||3|
Students must complete a capstone design project on an approved topic related to the certificate.
|One of these:|
|ME:4086||Mechanical Engineering Design Project||3|
|ME:4098||Individual Investigations: Mechanical Engineering||arr.|