Workshop on Scientific Visualization 2000

Invitation

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High Performance Computing Center North (HPC2N) and VRlab, Umeå University cordially invite you to a half-day Workshop on Scientific Visualization using AVS/Express.

Scope

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Efficient visualization of data from simulations and experiments has become a success factor in science. Scientific visualization is important both for exploration and understanding in the scientist's own work, and also for outreach to others through publishing and education.

AVS/Express is one of the leading tools for scientific visualization and the scope of the seminar includes the latest updates on the issues:

  • Information visualization,
  • Visualization of complex data,
  • The evolution of 3D graphics standards on the Web,
  • Multi-platform tools for development of visual applications,
  • Upcoming Linux release of AVS/Express.

Invited speakers: Jesper Langkjær and Daniel Rama, Advanced Visual Systems Inc. (AVS), Denmark

Dates and Location

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The workshop will take place March 16, 2000 at the Umeå University campus in MIT-huset, room MC313. The workshop starts at 09.00 and ends 12.00.

Agenda

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09.00-09.15

Welcome and introduction

09.15-09.45

Presentation of HPC2N, Man Machine and Resources

09.45-10.30

Demonstration of AVS/Express

  • How others have used AVS/Express to build visual application
  • How you can improve your data analysis quickly and easily

10.30-11.00

Coffee break

11.00-11.15

Questions & Answers on AVS/Express

11.15-11.30

Advanced charting and graphing

11.30-11.45

Information visualization using graphic components based on Java and COM

11.45-12.00

Questions and answers

12.00

Conclusion

Participation and Registration

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There is no fee for this workshop. For registration, please fill in the registration form (deadline passed). Alternatively, you can e-mail your registration to: Lena Hellman, make sure you include the following information: Name, department and phone-number. We need your registration no later than March 14. We recommend that you register as soon as possible since the number of participants may have to be limited.

 

Updated: 2017-12-06, 15:21