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quoFEM APPLICATION: This example illustrates how Python scripting can be used with quoFEM to express general mathematical models without the use of a dedicated finite element analysis engine. View all SimCenter Research Tools

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    Simulation of Regional Hurricane Impact using SimCenter Tools - Dr. Stevan Gavrilovic, Postdoctoral Scholar, UC Berkeley
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    Data Integration Using Relational Databases and Application Programming Interfaces - Dr. Scott Brandenberg, Professor, UCLA

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Postdoctoral Positions open at the SimCenter in Coastal Engineering and Hydrodynamics, Machine Learning and Data Science, Multi-hazard Regional Risk Assessment and Socioeconomic Models and Recovery Simulation.

SimCenter Leadership Transition. Matthew DeJong, Associate Professor of Structural Engineering at UC Berkeley, heads the SimCenter as PI and co-Director.


2022 SimCenter REU at the AGU Fall Meeting. Mitchell Givens presented his research poster at the AGU Fall Meeting held December 12-16, 2022, in Chicago, Illinois.

The NHERI Hackathon 2022 provided an exciting opportunity to improve knowledge of NHERI resources and DesignSafe/SimCenter tools, discover new research workflows and explore exciting research areas.

Teaching Gallery - Educational Resources Available. Educational modules that demonstrate how simulation can be used in the classroom are now available in the Teaching Gallery of SimCenter's Knowledge Hub.

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