2016 ADCIRC Workshop Presentations

20th Annual ADCIRC Model Workshop
May 5-6, 2016

Session 1

Jennifer Proft University of Texas at Austin Influence of Storm Characteristics on Hurricane Surge
S. Vinogradov NOAA Office of Coast Survey ADCIRC Applications at NOAA
Joannes Westerink University of Notre Dame
Andre van der Westhuysen NOAA IOOS Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed for Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands: Field cases and Cyber-Infrastructure


Session 2

Rebecca Aiken  AECOM  A Sensitivity Analysis of Track Uncertainties for Hurricane Charley
Ashley Kauppila Taylor Engineering Challenges in Storm Surge Modeling: Southern Florida
Taylor Asher  AECOM Lessons from the FEMA Southwest FL Surge Study


Session 3

 Andika Suhardjo  University of Notre Dame  Continuing Study of Tidal Validation for the South China Sea
 Chris Szpilka  University of Oklahoma ADCIRC Tidal Databases: Updates and Challenges
Brian Joyce University of Notre Dame A High-Resolution Coupled Tide, Storm Surge, and Sea Ice Model for the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Chuckchi Sea and Beaufort Sea
Keith Roberts  University of Notre Dame Mid Atlantic Model Development


Session 4

 Rosemary Cyriac N. C. State University  Modeling 3D circulation in the Choctawhatchee Bay and River System
 Scott Hagen  LSU Center for Coastal Resiliency  Introducing the LSU Center for Coastal Resiliency
 Seung-Won Suh Kunsan National University, Korea Incorporation of XBeach into ADCIRC+SWAN using Perl script
 ADCIRC Developers What’s New ADCIRC v52
 Arash Fathi  University of Texas at Austin Recent Improvements in ADCIRC 3D for high-resolution modeling of density-driven flows


Session 5

Kyra M. Bryant Tennessee State University An Exploration of Wind Stress Calculation Techniques in Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling
 Steven Brus University of Notre Dame  Bathymetry and geometry representations for discontinuous Galerkin shallow water models
 Alper Altuntas  N. C. State University Adaptive Subdomain Modeling in ADCIRC++
 Sam Bush University of Oklahoma Lessons Learned From a Coupled Model Study of the Tar River


Session 6

Ajimon Thomas N.C. State University Optimizing the Placement of Unstructured Mesh Resolution for ADCIRC in Coastal Regions
Zach Cobell Arcadis  ADVERSION: Efficient Versioning for ADCIRC Meshes
 Chris Massey  USACE-ERDC USACE ERDC’s Coastal Storm Modeling System


Session 7

 D. Wirasaet University of Notre Dame Using Sponge Layers as a Boundary Treatment in ADCIRC (and DGSWEM)
 Bob Jacobsen Bob Jacobsen, PE Breach Inundation Modeling for New Orleans East-Bank Polders
 Jason Fleming Seahorse Coastal Consulting ASGS: ADCIRC Surge Guidance System