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DRIHM presents an interesting video explaining the objectives and best practices of the project

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The DRIHM project is considered as one of the five promising research projects exploiting the latest computational facilities and methods to predict disastrous events and/or their effects. This is asserted by Adrian Giordani in the article: Five ways to anticipate natural disasters, on the last issue (July 4th 2012) of iSGTW, International Science Grid This Week.

Natural disasters claim thousands of lives and cause billions in economic damage each year, thus the article presents five research projects aimed to predict devastating events. In this context, Dr. Nicola Rebora, deputy coordinator of DRIHM,  gave an interview to describe some of the peculiarities of the project, read the article.


iSGTW is an international weekly online publication that covers distributed computing and the research it enables.

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