Climate-related projects awarded seed grant funding through RISE support

March 30, 2023

By Kevin Sliman

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on Penn State News. It features Chris Gorski, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, and Jonathan Boualavong, doctoral student in environmental engineering.

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Two climate-related projects received seed grant funding through high-performance computing support and consultation. The goal of the Climate Seed Grant Program is to help Penn State researchers gain new insights that push forward their best scientific questions, enhancing the University’s opportunity for larger research grants and creating impacts in society. The program is supported by Institutes of Energy and the Environment and the Institute for Computational and Data Sciences’ RISE (Research Innovations with Scientists and Engineers) team

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