OES Fall Seminar - Joseph Zhang, VIMS
- 11/03/2022 3:00 PM EST - 4:00 PM EST
- Oceanography & Physical Sciences Building - 200
- Joseph Zhang with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science will speak. Please join us for a reception in OCNPA 404 after the seminar. Cross-scale estuarine and coastal modeling on unstructured grids: a community approach Dr. Zhang will discuss the current research frontier in the prediction of storm processes and stress the need for a holistic cross-scale approach to address these complex processes. He will then review work done for the past 2 decades on developing and enhancing an unstructured-grid-based GFD model that seeks to unite the hydrostatic processes across discipline boundary under a single versatile modeling framework and that can be easily integrated into an earth-system model as its ocean component. Current important applications that benefit coastal communities are presented.
The Ocean & Earth Sciences departmental seminar informs students, staff, faculty and the University community about recent issues. For more than 40 years, the series has fostered connection among current and future professionals. Seminars are held most Thursdays at 3 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters.
For information, email Professor Tal Ezer at email@example.com.