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Collaborative Project with CGI Selected as Finalist for the Igniting Innovation Award

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Congratulations to the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Flood Prevention and Forecasting project team selected as a finalist for the Igniting Innovation Award offered by the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC).

The Igniting Innovation Award recognizes premier work that promotes and connects innovations and innovators to improve citizens and government operations. The project was selected as a finalist out of over 150 nationwide innovation nominations.

We are excited about this great collaboration between the Institute for Coastal and Water Research, Louisiana Watershed Flood Center at UL Lafayette and CGI with sponsorship through the Center for Visual and Decision Informatics.

Great work coming from the  UL Lafayette College of Engineering and UL Lafayette Research!

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