When: March 6-8, 2023
Location: Auburn University, Alabama, USA
Topic: Modeling Hydrodynamics, Temperature, Dye, Water Quality, Wave, Sediment Transport, Lagrangian Particle Tracking, Vegetation Modeling. A detailed schedule will be available soon.
Host: Dr. Xing Fang and Dr. Anna Linhoss, Auburn University
Materials: Will be provided at the in-person training.
Description: In this workshop, the DSI team will present EEMS Training with its newly designed lectures and hands-on materials. At the end of the training, the participants will have the knowledge, practice, and confidence to take full advantage of the EFDC+ modeling tools in the future.
The cost for EEMS Training Workshop is $250.00. The registration includes
- Three-day EEMS Training Workshop
- Two-month EEMS License (a $1,600 value)
- 10% discount on any EEMS purchase within a year of workshop*
Registration for this training is closed. If you have any questions, please email them to [email protected]
Tentative Workshop Schedule
DSI has developed online EEMS training from the ground up. This training is divided into different courses. These courses are numbered 100, 200, 300 and are divided based on the familiarity of a user with EEMS.
EEMS100 introduces the basics of EFDC+ Explorer software and makes a user familiar with all of its major parts.
EEMS200 introduces users to different simulation modules of EFDC+ and familiarizes the user with different parameters for each module.
EEMS300 includes comprehensive examples of EFDC+ modeling using EEMS.
Experienced users might directly start with the course that deals with the EFDC+ module that they are interested in and develop their own learning plan. We hope you will like this approach for the EEMS training. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments on our Forum or YouTube Channel.
EEMS Trainings include various modules, each of which consists of a lecture on a modeling topic, followed by a hands-on session where attendees can learn how to use the skills taught during the lecture. Instructors will be available to assist the training participants during the hands-on session.
After completing an EEMS Training, participants should have a basic understanding of how to model:
- Lake Hydrodynamics
- Temperature and Dye
- Water Quality
- Estuary Hydrodynamics
- Wind Wave Motion
- Flow and Vegetation Interactions
- Sediment Transport
- Lagrangian Particle Tracking/Oil Spill Dynamics
Thank you to all who attended the recent webinar on ‘Increasing the Performance of EFDC+ Models using Domain Decomposition’. The domain decomposition using Message Passing Interface (MPI) is a new feature of EEMS 10.2. The webinar demonstrated how to use this new capability for your modeling needs. It was held on June 26, 2020.
You can view a recording of the webinar here.