Welcome to the CCHT! We develop computational models for wind waves and coastal circulation, and then apply these models to high-resolution simulations of ocean behavior. Our goals are to understand how coastlines are threatened during storms, how materials are transported in the coastal environment, and how to convey these hazard risks for use in decision support. Our research spans the disciplines of coastal engineering, numerical methods, computational mathematics, and high-performance computing.

In this web site, we share all stages of our research progress, from development to application, and from coding to publishing. Learn more about What We Do and how to Join Our Team.

Seminars: Johnson C. Smith University & Duke Marine Lab

Conference: NC Coastal Conference 2017

Poster: EWC Research Symposium & NC Coastal Conference

A Gharagozlou, JC Dietrich, M Overton, A Karanci. “Morphological Modeling of Hatteras Island During Hurricane Isabel.NC Sea Grant Coastal Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, 4-5 April 2017.

A Gharagozlou, JC Dietrich, M Overton, A Karanci. “Morphological Modeling of Hatteras Island During Hurricane Isabel.Environmental, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering Research Symposium, North Carolina State University, 3 March 2017.

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