SimCenter Response to COVID-19 — The SimCenter is continuing operations at this time. In accordance with University requirements, workshops and in-person events are postponed until further notice. The SimCenter Forum is the best way for users to interact with the Development Team.
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SimCenter Early Career Research Webinars – A Call for Candidates
The SimCenter is seeking Graduate Students, Postdocs, and Early Career Faculty who would like to share their simulation-based natural hazard engineering research with their peers. Webinars are anticipated to be 45 minutes in length followed by 15-30 minutes of Q&A. Complete the Nomination Form.
Taflanidis Awarded ASCE Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize. Alexandros Taflanidis, SimCenter domain expert and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at the University of Notre Dame, has been awarded the 2021 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
SimCenter Developer Team Profiles – Spring 2021 - The SimCenter Developer Team engages post-doctoral research scientists and assistants to enhance and develop SimCenter software tools. In this article we feature Claudio Perez and Dr. Aakash Bangalore Satish.
New Tool Release! Regional Resilience Determination Tool (R2D). The Regional Resilience Determination Tool (R2D) is intended to advance the capabilities of the natural hazards engineering community to simulate events over large regions and understand their consequences with fine-grained resolution.
SimCenter Leverages Citizen-Science in Zooniverse Launch. The SimCenter launched a project on Zooniverse, a crowd-sourcing website that leverages volunteer efforts of the general public to contribute to research projects.