Associate Professor Tian-Jian (Tom) Hsu, Civil and Environmental Engineering, led the February session of the High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium Series on February 25.

Hsu presented an overview of his research group’s use of UD computing clusters and the software that he and his research team uses to study costal processes. He also discussed some of the impacts of their research including a better understanding of the Carbon Cycle—a crucial aspect of studying climate change.

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