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High Performance Visualization in Science and Research



Tomasz P. Bednarz, John Taylor, Tony Huang, Wesley N. Griffin, Steven G. Satterfield, Judith E. Terrill, John G. Hagedorn


This work showcases four examples of scientific visualizations across various domains of research and science that were prepared at CSIRO in Australia, and NIST in the USA: visualization of bone cancer, RF propagation through the human body, touch-less interactions with bacteria colonies, and concrete hydration simulation visualization. All of them represent a meaningful way of presenting data to a scientist or researcher, support understanding of underlying phenomena, and also allow interaction with the data.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the IEEE Visualization Conference 2014
Conference Dates
November 9-14, 2014
Conference Location
Paris, FR
Conference Title
IEEE Scientific Visualization Conference


[Simulation, Modeling: Visualization, Distributed


Bednarz, T. , Taylor, J. , Huang, T. , Griffin, W. , Satterfield, S. , Terrill, J. and Hagedorn, J. (2014), High Performance Visualization in Science and Research, Proceedings of the IEEE Visualization Conference 2014, Paris, FR (Accessed June 20, 2024)


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Created December 5, 2014, Updated January 4, 2022