Helmut Doleisch, Wien, AT
from 13:00 to 15:00
|Where||Hörsaal HS201, Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Albert-Einstein-Straße 3|
|Contact Name||Dr. Helmut Doleisch|
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Data Visualization for Exploration and Analysis of Large, Complex and Time-Dependent Datasets
VRVis Kompetenzzentrum Wien
The information society of these days is characterized by an
increasing amount of data being gathered or computed in many
processes of daily life and work. Increasingly, it becomes
a special challenge to make sense out of these large and often
also complex datasets. The relatively new technology of
interactive visualization provides means to explore, analyze,
and present data in an efficient and expressive way. In this
talk a brief overview is given on what visualization can do,
what sorts of visualization technology there are, and which
application domains usually are addressed by visualization.
After an introductory overview on visualization in general, SimVis, a novel technology for the interactive visual analysis of flow data which results from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation, will be presented. This new technology which has
been researched and developed over the last years here at the VRVis Research Center in Vienna, introduces a new approach
for interactive graphical exploration and analysis of time-dependent data (computed on large three-dimensional grids, and resulting in a multitude of different scalar/vector values for each cell of these grids).
The presentation will detail on the different new visualization and interaction concepts included in the SimVis approach,
and at the end a wide range of different application examples will be presented, including examples from automotive CFD simulation as well as meteorological measured data and others.