Featured Event: NHERI Computational Symposium

The NHERI Computational Modeling and Simulation Center invites you to join us for the second annual NHERI Computational Symposium, February 1-2, 2024. This event will provide you the opportunity to exchange ideas, recent work, and broader impacts with your colleagues in the natural hazards research community. The Symposium will focus on sharing and discussing the results of recent research efforts and industry applications that employed computational modeling and simulation to understand and reduce natural hazard risk. This unique event will cultivate community through networking opportunities that include students, researchers, and practitioners.

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SimCenter Engagement at ICWE 16. SimCenter researchers engaged with wind experts and researchers from around the world at the 16th International Conference of Wind Engineering (ICWE16), Florence, Italy, on August 27-31, 2023.

SimCenter Engagement at ICASP 14. SimCenter researchers and software developers actively interacted with the statistics and probability community in the 14th International Conference on Application of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering (ICASP 14), Dublin, Ireland, on July 9-13, 2023.

SimCenter Engagement at 17th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics. The SimCenter was represented at the 17th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics on July 23-27, 2023,

SimCenter Engagement at COMPDYN 2023 and UNCECOMP 2023. SimCenter researchers engaged the computational engineering community at two conferences held on June 12-14, 2023, in Athens, Greece.

New Version of WE-UQ (V3.0.0): CFD Model of an Isolated Building. The WE-UQ Application is open-source software that provides researchers a tool to assess the response of a building subjected to wind loading.

SimCenter announces an open Postdoctoral position in any of four focus areas: Socioeconomic Models and Recovery Simulation, Coastal Engineering, Machine Learning and Data Science, and Multi-hazard Regional Risk Assessment.

NHERI Computational Academy 2023 hosted by DesignSafe and SimCenter, was held on July 17-20, 2023, at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

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