Pulley Ridge is a 100+km long series of N/S trending, underwater barrier islands on the SW Florida Shelf (approximately 250 km west of Cape Sable). A relatively healthy mesophotic (mid-light)
The weekend before Thanksgiving, UM School of Architecture Prof. Adib Cure was working with CCS’s Software Engineering program at Santa Cruz del Islote, off the coast of Cartagena, Colombia, continuing
The 26-story tower of the historic Biltmore Hotel rises majestically into the sky over Coral Gables. Visible for miles, it’s an icon, a landmark on the National Historic Register, and a
A project to produce a common codebase from which we can draw to develop geospatial applications for smart cities and other applications. Also, a general purpose web-based application. The Vistapolis
In March 2016, the University of Miami announced a hemispheric collaboration between its Center for Computational Science (CCS) and the Yucatán State Government’s Information Technologies Innovation Center known as “Heuristic“,
The overall goal of this project was to process a digital image data collected using the In Situ Ichthyoplankton Imaging System (ISIIS) during the summer of 2011. These data were
High Resolution Imaging and High Accuracy Mapping of Informal Cities More than half the current global population lives in cities. United Nations projections estimate that this number will rise to
MAP: The Miami Affordability Project Housing affordability is a significant and growing challenge in Miami-Dade County, as it is in numerous metropolitan regions around the nation. Access to housing that
The shifting sands on the floor inside the Western Hemisphere’s oldest continuously operating synagogue Mikvé Israel-Emanuel in Willemstad, Curaçao posed some unique challenges to students and researchers.
Supported by funding from the National Geographic Society, with additional support from Tecnoglass and the UM Center from Computational Science) the goal of this project was to facilitate participatory mapping in the informal community of Las Flores in Barranquilla, Colombia.
By combining their creativity with powerful computing tools, University of Miami graduate students Maria Aguilar and Manouj Govindaraju crafted an extended reality (XR) application to welcome incoming freshman. Now, campus
Access to high-performance computing and big-data analytics is essential to producing Earth system models.
IDSC has developed a first-of-its-kind early-detection platform for COVID-19 xsat.idsc.miami.edu that enables local residents to self-report symptoms, and researchers and decision makers to visualize data and identify hot spots. By
University of Miami art history students have access to an augmented reality (AR) application to explore Colonial Spanish paintings and architecture, thanks to a collaboration between IDSC and the College
South Florida RAD: Using Wastewater Measurements to Predict COVID-19 in the Community The University of Miami (UM) and Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) established a collaborative study for human and environmental surveillance of
A new study has identified connections between oscillations in the Gulf Stream and long-term rainfall expectations in the Southeastern U.S.—a finding made possible by the supercomputing resources at the University
An innovative University of Miami (UM) COVID-19 study has demonstrated the power of applying advanced computer resources to understanding viral transmission rates. The collaborative UM research team conducted a granular