Dynamic Data-Driven Application Systems


2006 Modeling Sensing, and Environmental Systems Workshop (MoSES 2006)

LNCC, July 10-14, 2006


A small group of researchers and graduate students spent five days discussing DDDAS issues for contaminant identification and tracking, wildland fires, and environmental modeling of the Amazon region. The format of the workshop was a couple of talks in each of the late morning and early afternoon. Discussions were held during the rest of the day and over dinner in the evening in the delightful city of Petropolis.

This workshop was supported in part by the National Science Foundation, the GEOMA project, and LNCC.

Conference Motto

Teddy Roosevelt once said that you should speak softly, but carry a big stick. At this workshop we learned that the modern Brasilian equivalent is to speak softly and carry a big snake (Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade and friend from near Manaus).

Conference Organizers

Craig C. Douglas, University of Kentucky and Yale University

Maurício Kritz, LNCC


The speaker's name is underlined.

Monday, July 10

Tuesday, July 11

Wednesday, July 12

Thursday, July 13

Friday, July 14

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