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HPC Poster Competition

CONGRATULATIONS TO CHELSEA JOHNSON, JULIA MULLER, PREETI MYSORE, AND JOSEPH C. OEFELEIN FOR WINNING THE POSTER COMPETITION!

April 22, 2022 12:30 – 1:30 PM

POSTERS BELOW ON 04/22/22

Women in High-Performance Computing @ Georgia Tech chapter is excited to announce our next event – a virtual high-performance computing poster session!  

We aim to highlight advanced research in high-performance computing conducted by students, especially young female researchers who are severely underrepresented in the field to increase the diversity of the HPC community. 

Join in to find out more about latest developments in HPC applications in science and engineering! 

Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM 

Date: 22 April 2022 

Event Registration Link: https://gatech.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aHvuyaG0Qo2H2Eu3g_ZEmA 

 

BEST POSTER WINNER

POSTER 8: Large Eddy Simulations of Supersonic Flows: An Application of High-Performance Computing

Authors: Chelsea Johnson, Julia Muller, Preethi Mysore, Joseph C. Oefelein

Georgia Institute of Technology: Department of Aerospace Engineering

POSTER 1: Impact of tides in the bottom boundary layer in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico

Authors: Luisa Lopera & Annalisa Bracco

Georgia Institute of Technology, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

POSTER 2: Team Phoenix: Georgia Institute of Technology

Authors: Albert Chen, Aman Jain, Evan Montoya, Marissa Sorkin, Nicole Prindle, Ryan Elliott, Vijay Thakkar

Georgia Institute of Technology: Team Phoenix VIP Program, Student Cluster Competitions

POSTER 3: Role of Turbulent Mixing in Saltwater Intrusion Under Glaciers

Authors: Mamer, M. Robel, A. Lai, C.

Georgia Institute of Technology: Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Environmental and Civil Engineering

POSTER 4: Statistical Models of Supraglacial Melt Ponds Characteristics from Monte-Carlo Simulations

Authors: Danielle Grau & Alexander Robel

Georgia Institute of Technology: Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

POSTER 5: Association Between Different Air-Quality Index with Suicide Deaths on Geospatial Level

Authors: Wenhuan Tan, Xiange Wang

Bellevue College

POSTER 6: Comparative Analysis of AERMOD-Predicted Pollutant Concentrations Across Input Source Types in Atlanta, GA

Authors: Hongyu Lu, Dr. Haobing Liu, Daejin Kim, Tian Xia, Ziyi Dai, William Reichard, Dr. Yingping Zhao, Dr. Angshuman Guin, Dr. Michael O. Rodgers, and Dr. Randall Guensler

Georgia Institute of Technology: School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

POSTER 7: Geospatial Inspired Community Characterization with High Dimensional Data

Authors: Sudha Vaishnavi Nannur, Silvia Crivelli, Xinlian Liu

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Hood College, Wayne State University

POSTER 9: Helmholtz capacitance of aqueous solutions at Au (100) electrode

Authors: Suehyun Park & Jesse McDaniel

Georgia Institute of Technology: School of Chemistry and Biochemistry