Sam Walkow presented her paper titled: “Infrastructure in Crisis: A Values-Driven Framework for Transparent Contextual Decision-Making in Emergency Situations” at the 56th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). The paper introduces a framework for decision-making in technology and development in crisis situations.
NSF Funding to help understand the Earth's upper mantle
November 16, 2022
A recent award through the NSF
Frontier Research in Earth Sciences
(FRES) program will connect members of DXL with a multi-institution team of
researchers working to understand the mechanical nature of the Earth’s
upper mantle. The project, “inveStigating the Transient Rheology of
the Upper Mantle” (iSTRUM) seeks to incorporate observations from
seismology, geodesy, and laboraroty experiments of rock deformation within a
single modeling framework to refine our understanding of the underlying physical
laws that control the motion of the upper mantle across timescales.
Shin-Rong Tsai joins the DXL!
July 1, 2022
The DXL is pleased to welcome Shin-Rong Tsai, who will be working with us on a variety of projects, but especially on extending her work on libyt to support in situ visualization of simulations using yt.