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Wael H. Ali

Wael is a third-year graduate student in the MechE-CSE PhD program. His research interests span the fields of computational engineering, uncertainty quantification and data assimilation. His current work focuses on the efficient modeling of ocean acoustic waves propagation and signal tomography in the presence of environmental uncertainties, with the goal of using these tools to develop an underwater GPS system. Before joining MIT, Wael spent four fruitful years at the American University of Beirut (AUB), where he had the opportunity to refine his interests in the history and archaeology of Lebanon and the Middle East. He is currently working on: His publications so far include: