ExoGENI used for predicting storm landfall and impact

Recent collaborations between RENCI and the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) have enabled ADCIRC-based storm surge and wave simulations to access GENI’s federated network and computational resources. The collaboration has resulted in a scientific workflow that controls the execution of an ensemble of simulations executing across the GENI federated infrastructure and predicting storm surge with unprecedented detail.

More details can be found in this NSF item and in this US Ignite linkScreen Shot 2015-12-12 at 9.12.10 PM.

US Ignite recognizes researchers from NC State and RENCI for innovative app for monitoring power grids

Researchers from NCSU FREEDM center and RENCI took home an award  for best application in the energy and sustainability sector at a US Ignite Application Summit.

The demonstration involved an ExoGENI hardware-in-the loop slice that included laboratory infrastructure using multiple PMUs integrated with a Real-time Digital Simulator (RTDS),which are housed at the FREEDM Systems Center, dynamically linked to ExoGENI compute resources using BEN experimental network.

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