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Jing wins travel award to attend UQ workshop at UT Austin

Jing Lin, a fifth year graduate student, has been selected to receive a travel award to attend the Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification and Data-Driven Modeling, to be held from March 23 to 24, 2017, at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA. Congratulations Jing!

Pierre Lermusiaux Promoted to Full Professor

Congratulations Professor!

MSEAS is completing a real-time uncertainty forecasting exercise for a Global Positioning System (GPS) for underwater assets

The POSYDON Sea Exercise 2017 occurs in the Middle Atlantic – New York Bight Region for the first two weeks of February 2017. In collaboration with the POINT team, our objectives are to utilize the MIT MSEAS system to: (i) forecast the probability of high-resolution ocean fields using our ESSE methodology; (ii) transfer the corresponding distribution of the sound speed field to three-dimensional underwater sound propagation uncertainties; (iii) collect sufficient data to evaluate the accuracy of the Bayesian tomographic inversion and of its posterior estimates of range between transducers and sound velocity profiles (SVPs). Please visit the POSYDON-POINT webpage for more information.

Chinmay wins SIAM Student Travel Award

Chinmay Kulkarni, a second year graduate student, has been selected to receive a SIAM Student Travel Award to attend the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems (DS17), to be held from May 21 to 25, 2017, at the Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Snowbird, Utah, USA.

Deepak to present at MechE Research Exhibition on Sept. 18

PhD student, Deepak Subramani, will present a poster on “Optimal Path Planning in Dynamic Environments” at the Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition 2015 (MERE ’15) to be held on Sept 18, 2015 at Walker Memorial.

Real Time Sea Exercise Conducted in Buzzards Bay

Real-time exercises were completed in the Buzzards Bay to test at sea time-optimal autonomy methods and software developed by MSEAS for AUVs. The exercises were completed in collaboration with colleagues from WHOI (Glen Gawarkiewicz and Ben Allen) and Lincoln Lab (Joe Edwards and Kristen Railey). More details and real time modeling outputs are available here.

MSEAS group awarded seed funding for high performance computing

The Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) has awarded $600,000 in seed grants to seven multi-university teams on issues ranging from the ecosystem off the New England coast to medical imaging to the speed of computing itself. The MGHPCC is designed to promote research collaboration among the participating universities (Boston University, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts) through high-performance computing, a pillar of all scientific inquiry today. The seed grant program is intended to accelerate the MGHPCC’s mission of computational collaboration.

From the MGHPCC web site: “To complement the forthcoming deployment of a state-of-the-art underwater observation platform, part of the NSF-sponsored Ocean Observatories initiative, John Marshall (MIT), Pierre Lermusiaux (MIT), Amala Mahadevan (WHOI) and Amit Tandon (UMass Dartmouth) will create models to provide insights into the turbulent mixing that regulates nutrient cycle and ocean ecosystem dynamics off the New England coast.”

The full announcement can be found here.

Prof. Lermusiaux gives invited presentation at Gloucester’s New Maritime Port Economy Summit

Prof. Lermusiaux was invited to give a presentation on “Ocean Modeling and Data Assimilation for the Maritime Industry” at the Gloucester (MA) New Maritime Port Economy Summit on November 15, 2011. More information on the summit is available at this web site. A PDF copy of his presentation is available here.

Special Issue of Ocean Dynamics

Prof. Pierre Lermusiaux is a Guest Editor for a special issue of Ocean Dynamics on “Multi-scale modeling of coastal, shelf and global ocean dynamics”. This issue includes results presented at IMUM2010 and IMUM2011.

Konur Yigit graduates from MSEAS

Members of the MSEAS group gathered prior to the departure of Konur Yigit. Photos are available here.

Members of the MSEAS group celebrated the completion of the theses of Thomas Sondergaard and Konur Yigit.

Members of the MSEAS group celebrated the completion of the theses of Thomas Sondergaard and Konur Yigit with a gathering at John Harvard’s in Harvard Square and a visit to John Harvard himself. Some photos are available here.