Category Archives: ONR NOPP 2021-2025
Thesis Defense: Jessica Gorski
Conference: EWC Symposium 2023
Jessica assists with Field Research
Conference: YCSECA 2022
JF Gorski, JC Dietrich, RA Luettich, MV Bilskie, DL Passeri, RC Mickey. “Deterministic, Dynamic Model Forecasts of Storm-Driven Erosion.” Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference – Americas, Pensacola, Florida, 4-6 November 2022.
JS Knowles, JC Dietrich, JA Puleo, F Shi, A Dongeren, S Smallegan, J Figlus, C Storlazzi. “Storm Surge Predictions at Hyper-Local Sites.” Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference – Americas, Pensacola, Florida. 4-6 November 2022.
Poster: Spring 2022 Conferences
JF Gorski, JC Dietrich, RA Luettich, MV Bilskie, D Passeri, RC Mickey. “Toward deterministic, dynamic model forecasts of storm-driven erosion.” Environmental, Water Resources, and Coastal Engineering Research Symposium, North Carolina State University, 4 March 2022.
News: Jessica Gorski Featured in Lenovo Video
Our research into real-time erosion predictions using XBeach was featured in a recent video by Lenovo and CNN. Jessica Gorski describes how we are exploring the use of 1D transect models to predict erosion during storms.
Lenovo provides hardware and support for the HPC services at NC State. The video was produced as branded content for CNN, and it was featured on the CNN web site and social media.
The video required two days of shooting with a team of directors, photographers, audio specialists, and production assistants. Click below to see photos of the production.
Forecasting Coastal Impacts from Tropical Cyclones along the US East and Gulf Coasts using the ADCIRC Prediction System
RA Luettich, MV Bilskie, BO Blanton, Z Cobell, DT Cox, JC Dietrich, JG Fleming, I Ginis. “Forecasting Coastal Impacts from Tropical Cyclones along the US East and Gulf Coasts using the ADCIRC Prediction System.” Department of Defense, Office of Naval Research, National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP), Predicting Hurricane Coastal Impacts FY21-24, 2021/04/06 to 2025/04/05, $1,400,000 (Dietrich: $295,000).