Numerical modeling of extreme wave interaction with point-absorber using OpenFOAM
New article on extreme wave interactions published by CNDS fellows, Eirini Katsidoniotaki and Malin Göteman (Uppsala University). The two have chosen 100-year extreme waves from the environmental contour of the Humboldt Bay site in California, and modeled their interaction with the WEC using the open-source CFD software OpenFOAM. Article available on ScienceDirect's website.
"Disaster risk reduction and the limits of truisms: Improving the knowledge and practice interface" featured on PreventionWeb
The most recent paper of a team of CNDS fellows, "Disaster risk reduction and the limits of truisms: Improving the knowledge and practice interface", led by Daniel Nohrstedt has been featured on PreventionWeb, the global knowledge sharing platform on disaster risk reduction, managed by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR).
10 months later - CNDS Director still in top 2% scientists in the world making career-long impact and 2020 global citations
The science-wide author database of standardized citation indicators developed by Stanford University has just been updated.
Arching from Function to Form—Important Design Elements of Simulation Exercises (SimEx) in Emergency Response and Disaster Risk Management
"The increasing uncertainty with regard to emerging multi-hazard events, compound and cascading disasters, or complex emergencies requires well-suited, adequate preparedness and response structures able to anticipate the complexities of indistinct future risks."
Tackling the climate crisis using lessons from the Montreal Protocol