SC19 Proceedings

Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase

  1. An Accessible Visual Narrative for the Primary Energy Source of Life from the Fulldome Show Birth of Planet Earth. Melih Sener, Stuart Levy, AJ Christensen, Robert Patterson, Kalina Borkiewicz, John E. Stone, Barry Isralewitz, Jeffrey Carpenter, and Donna Cox (University of Illinois)

  2. NVIDIA IndeX Accelerated Computing for Visualizing Cholla's Galactic Winds. Christopher Lux and Alexander Kuhn (Nvidia Corporation); Evan Schneider (Princeton University); Brant Robertson (University of California, Santa Cruz); and Marc Nienhaus (Nvidia Corporation)

  3. Visualization of Entrainment and Mixing Phenomena at Cloud Edges. Bipin Kumar (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology); Matt Rehme (National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)); Neethi Suresh (Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology); and Nihanth Cherukuru, Stanislaw Jaroszynski, Shaomeng Li, Scott Pearse, and Tim Scheitlin (National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR))

  4. Visualizing Deep Learning at Scale for the Construction of Galaxy Catalogs in the Dark Energy Survey. Janet Y. K. Knowles (Argonne National Laboratory); Joseph A. Insley (Argonne National Laboratory, Northern Illinois University); Silvio Rizzi and Elise Jennings (Argonne National Laboratory); Asad Khan, Eliu Huerta, Sibo Wang, and Robert Gruendl (University of Illinois); and Huihuo Zheng (Argonne National Laboratory)

  5. Visualizing Supersonic Retropropulsion for Mars: The Summit Early Science Results. Patrick Moran and Timothy Sandstrom (NASA Ames Research Center) and Ashley Korzun, Eric Nielsen, and Aaron Walden (NASA Langley Research Center)

  6. Visualizing the World’s Largest Turbulence Simulation. Salvatore Cielo and Luigi Iapichino (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre); Johannes Günther (Intel Corporation); Christoph Federrath (Australian National University, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics); and Elisabeth Mayer and Markus Wiedemann (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre)

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