OOMG director Dr. Ruoying He will present a webinar on 24 May 2022 as part of SECOORA’s online seminar series. The presentation titled A High-resolution Ocean Reanalysis of the Northwest Atlantic in Support of the Climate Change Studies and Blue Economy will cover a 28-year (1993-2020), high-resolution (4 km) ocean […]

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Members of OOMG will present talks and posters at the 2022 Ocean Sciences Meeting, being held online only this year due to the ongoing COVID pandemic. OOMG presenters and their presentations: Dr. Ruoying He: A High-Resolution Ocean Reanalysis of the Northwest Atlantic in Support of the Blue Economy, oral presentation, […]

OOMG’s project “Using a Coupled Numerical Modeling System to Investigate Flooding Impacts During Hurricane Florence (2018)” was highlighted in the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)’s Newswave Fall 2021 issue. The goal of this project is to improve storm impact prediction through understanding of a historical hurricane landfall. The project focuses on […]

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The Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology & Science (KIETS) at NC State University and the NC State Coastal Resilience and Sustainability Initiative have chosen Dr. Ruoying He and Ms. Amanda Mueller to lead the development of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program. Dr. He will be the Senior Faculty Fellow and Ms. Mueller […]

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PBS North Carolina interviewed OOMG head Dr. Ruoying He for expert insight and analysis in Frank Graff’s March 1, 2021 article “New Study Shows the Gulf Stream Could Be Changing.” The article is one of many in recent days explaining to a popular audience the science in the scientific journal […]

COAWST training group

The biennial COAWST Modeling System Training was held in James B. Hunt Library at NC State University from February 25-28, 2019. Over 100 researchers attended in person or on line to learn more about the Couped Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport Model System. Developers and expert users of WRF (Weather Research and Forecasting model, the […]

map with current vectors of Loop Current in Gulf of Mexico

Dr. Ruoying He and the Ocean Observing and Modeling Group has been awarded a major grant as part of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine investigation of the Gulf of Mexico’s Loop Current. OOMG’s numerical modeling project is the largest of eight new projects that will advance our understanding […]

Roy He and the Goodnights

Four NCSU College of Sciences faculty members were honored as Goodnight Innovative Distinguished faculty in a ceremony on 26 November 2018. Dr. Jim Goodnight, co-founder and CEO of SAS, and his wife Ann are long-time supporters of NC State, generously donating to the university. Dr. Goodnight is an NCSU alumnus. […]

COAWST workshop

Dr. Roy He, head of OOMG, and Dr. John Warner of the U.S. Geological Survey will co-host a workshop on the Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport (COAWST) numerical model in February 2019. The workshop will be four days of intensive instruction in the capabilities, applications, and operations of the COAWST coupled modeling system. […]

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The Kenan Institute of Engineering, Technology, and Science (KIETS) at NC State University has generously continued their funding support of OOMG’s research on Dynamical Model Downscaling of Climate Change and Its Impacts on Marine Environmental Conditions Off North Carolina for a second year. This support leverages other funding on physical oceanographic processes around […]