Brief reports on selected research projects conducted with the help of William & Mary's High Performance Computing facilities. If you have a project that you would like to feature, send a short description to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Studying Gerrymandering with computation ; Sal Saporito (W&M Sociology) and Daniel Maliniak (W&M Government and Public Policy).
- Economics Modeling with HPC ; Nathaniel Throckmorton (W&M Economics).
- Climate Modeling with Non-Global Parameter Estimation Using Local Ensemble Kalman Filtering, T. Bellsky, J. Berwald, L. Mitchell.
- Computational Modeling for Runway Configuration Management, M. Duarte, M. Haines, J. Thorne, C. Weld, R. Zhang, and R. Kincaid.
- Memory Bandwidth Scaling in Multicore Multiprocessors, G. Ruddy and T. Crockett.
- Numerical Modeling of the Responses of Salinity and Transport Processes to Potential Future Sea-level Rise in the Chesapeake Bay and Its Tributaries, J. Shen and B. Hong.
- Simulating Large-scale Complex Geophysical Flows on Massively Parallel High-performance Computing Platforms, Y. J. Zhang.
- Topological Characterization of Extinction in a Coupled Ricker Patch Model, B. Holman and S. Day
- Bounds on Eigenvalues of Unweighted Graphs, L. Kennedy-Shaffer, M. Farber, Z. Charles, C. Johnson.
- Acoustic Sorting for Microalgae Biofuel Production, C. Leckey and M. Hinders.
- Graphenes: The Ultimate Electronic Flatlands, C. Triola and E. Rossi.
- Accuracy Validation of Specular Normals and Roughness from Spherical Statistics, R. Webb and P. Peers.
- The Effects of Luminal Regulation on Local Calcium Release and Depletion in Cardiac Myocytes, Ryan Carpenter.
- Development and Application of Coupled Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Models in the Chesapeake Bay Region, Junzheng Zhu and Harry Wang.