PLEASE NOTE: REGISTRATION HAS OFFICIALLY CLOSED.
Coastal hazards related to strong storms are one of the most frequently recurring and wide spread hazards to coastal communities today and in the future. These flooding hazards include storm surge, wind-waves and extreme precipitation all of which are predicted to grow in danger with climate change impacts. The purpose of this workshop is to gather people from across the academic and government to discuss what future directions computational modeling of these hazards is going and should go to better enable protection of our coastlines under the current and future threat of climate change.
Featured speakers include:
Director of Environmental Initiatives and Coastal Oceanographer
Renaissance Computing Institute / University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences,
College of Engineering, University of Notre Dame
NOAA/UCAR Scientist, Coast Survey Development Lab,
Office of Coast Survey, National Ocean Service, NOAA
Professor / Director, Taylor Engineering Research Institute,
College of Computing, Engineering & Construction
Workshop organizer: Kyle Mandli, Applied Physics & Applied Mathematics, Columbia University
Registration: The registration fee is $25 and online registration closes on October 21.
PLEASE NOTE: Columbia University ID holders can enter Butler Library, but all other participants will have to check in at the security desk in order to receive a temporary pass. Advanced registration is required by Oct. 21st so that we can provide your information to the security guards ahead of time. If your name is not on the list, you will not be allowed to enter Butler Library.
After you check in at the front desk, turn right and take the elevators to the fifth floor. Turn right after exiting the elevators and 523 Butler will be at the end of the hallway. Please note: you can only enter and exit Butler from the main doors on campus. There is no access to the building from the street.