STORM Team Presents at AMS 2016 in New Orleans

On Thursday, January 14, 2016, the STORM team presented several talks during the Second Symposium on High Performance Computing for Weather, Water, and Climate at the American Meteorological Society 96th Annual Meeting.

Click on the links below to watch the recorded presentations:

Jason Fleming: ADCIRC Surge Guidance System in Real Time For Hurricane Planning and Response

Joannes Westerink: Rationale for Large Domain High Resolution Unstructured Grids to Simulate Coastal Hydrodynamic Processes

Clint Dawson: High Order Numerical Methods for Geophysical Fluid Flows on HPC Architectures

Hartmut Kaiser: Using New Programming Models to Improve the Scalability and Performance of Near Real-time High Resolution Coastal Modeling

Zach Byerly: Techniques for Enabling Interoperability Between Existing Fortran Codes and Hpx, a Next-generation C++ Based Parallel Runtime System

Carola Kaiser: CERA – An Interactive ADCIRC Storm Surge and Wave Visualization Framework

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