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Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering pres.

Student Hackathon: HYBRID SIMULATION USING THE SIMPLE RUN TIME INFRASTRUCTURE (SRTI) SOFTWARE

Supported by MICDE and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department

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The hackathon’s goal is to introduce the Simple Run-Time Infrastructure software toolkit (SRTI) to the participants, and provide a template project consisting of multiple simulators, each with a specialized purpose, relating to a natural-disaster scenario.

This is a free event and all students from any school/institution are welcome. You need basic coding skills to participate.

Students must bring their own laptops to participate.

The first, second and third place winners will receive monetary prizes of $1000, $600 and $400.
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