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During Hurricane Matthew, the computing power to run several ADCIRC simulations every six hours was provide by the UNC-CH Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI), a partnership with, Duke University and NCSU, and at the Center for Computation and Technology (CCT) at LSU.
“My staff and I come to learn about the latest breakthroughs with ADCIRC and where it’s going,” said Elizabeth Valenti, Presidents of Worldwinds Inc., a company that uses meteorological modeling to consult with clients. “I come to see what new opportunities may be coming up, and we’ve been doing that for over 15 years.”
More than 50 people gathered at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Coastal Hydraulics Lab (ERDC CHL) in Vicksburg, Miss., from May 20-21 for the 23rd ADCIRC Users Group Meeting. The event was co-organized by CRC PI Jason Fleming of Seahorse Consulting and Chris Massey and Mary Cialone of the ERDC CHL.