Modeling the periodic response of Micro-Electromechanical Systems through deep learning-based approaches


We propose a deep learning-based reduced order modelling approach for micro-electromechanical systems. The method allows treating parametrised, fully coupled electromechanical problems in a non-intrusive way and provides solutions across the whole device domain almost in real time, making it suitable for design optimisation and control purposes. The proposed technique specifically addresses the steady-state response, thus strongly reducing the computational burden associated with the neural network training stage and generating deep learning models with fewer parameters than similar architectures considering generic time-dependent problems. The approach is validated on a disk resonating gyroscope exhibiting auto-parametric resonance.

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Stefania Fresca
Stefania Fresca
Assistant Professor

My research interests are scientific machine learning, reduced order modeling and AI.