NHERI Computational Symposium

February 1-2, 2024

Abstract Submission

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Participants are encouraged to submit abstracts presenting recent research, teaching innovation, or professional applications. Abstracts that include outcomes facilitated by SimCenter tools, datasets, or other NHERI resources are particularly encouraged, but any compelling, forward looking, simulation-based abstracts will be considered, including social-science based work that employs simulation results. Topics of particular interest include:

  • hazard simulation;
  • CFD modeling of wind, storm surge and tsunami effects;
  • calibration of analyses using experimental data;
  • building and infrastructure inventory development;
  • regional simulations of physical damage, socio-economic impacts, and recovery from natural hazards;
  • applications of AI/Machine Learning;
  • uncertainty quantification; and
  • sustainability and/or climate adaptation.

Faculty are encouraged to submit abstracts discussing the use of SimCenter tools in educating the next generation of researchers. See our Teaching Gallery for examples on sharing these activities.