We had team poster presentations about the analysis of past and future streamflows over the Choctawhatchee River in AL from the 14 downscaled climate models. We had 10 teams consisting of five or six team members. All of them were doing a great job. After the poster presentations, we had a pizza party and review the topics in the final exam. During the pizza party, we had a small live concert performed by Dr. Tootle. Thanks a lot, Dr. Tootle for your performance and also thank my students very much for their hard work this semester!
Dr. David Young gave a guest lecture about Alabama Supercomputer Authority (ASA) in my class (CE475/575: Hydrology).
Dr. David Young from the ASA visited UA and gave a guest lecture in my class. His seminar was about the introduction of the ASA and a tutorial for Linux/OS commands. I am going to teach a graduate-level course, "Computational Hydrology" next semester, and students in the course are going to have a supercomputing experience through the ASA system.