The Jackson State University (JSU) Meteorology Program, in concert with the School of Science and Technology, has embarked on the High Performance Visualization Center Initiative (HPVCI
) and will serve as the Clearinghouse for Meteorological Operational Visualization for Environmental Information Transfer (MOVE-IT) with scientific visualization.
As a part of the High Performance Visualization Center Initiative (HPVCI
), the Jackson State University Meteorology Program (JSUMP) has developed three websites (http://www.angelfire.com/ms2/hpvci/index.html; http://weather.jsums.edu; and http://betsy.jsums.edu/[sim]hafner/oper5.html) to deliver operational models (5th Generation Mesoscale Model, MM5; and Coupled Ocean/Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System, COAMPS), their products, and datasets.
The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NMOC) in partnership with Mississippi State University (MSU), Jackson State University (JSU), and the Center for Higher Learning/University of Southern Mississippi (CHL/USM), has embarked on a High Performa nce Visualization Center Initiative (HPVCI