The four winning posters from the Fall 2014 Research Computing Symposium can now be viewed on the ARC web site. There were four winners out of the 35 posters submitted.
“Intercomparison of numerical methods in climate simulations with idealized moisture parameterizations” Diana Thatcher (Advisor: Christiane Jablonowski) Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Studies
People’s Choice Honorable Mention
“Convex-Concave Shape Shifting Building Blocks for Reconfigurable Structures” N. Khalid Ahmed, Greg van Anders, Elizabeth Chen (Advisor: Sharon Glotzer) Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Material Science and Engineering “The Discrete Element Method for Faceted Colloidal Particles in Molecular Dynamics” Ryan Marson, Mathew Spellings, Joshua Anderson (Advisor: Sharon Glotzer) Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Material Science and Engineering “A Simplified Theory for Efficient Simulation of Ship Maneuvering” Marc Woolliscroft (Advisor: Kevin Maki) Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering