RMACC 2021 HPC Symposium
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Wednesday, May 19 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
High-performance computing for Scientific Visualization

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Visualization is an essential part of scientific discovery that enables novel analysis, confirms
theoretical models, allows comparisons, facilitates the recognition of trends and patterns, and
ultimately helps draw conclusions. As a result of these benefits, High Performance Computing
(HPC) is integrating visualization to enhance understanding in big-data analysis and large-scale
simulations. This workshop on high-performance computing for scientific visualization provides
a venue for presenters to share and exchange practical expertise and experience with processes,
workflows, and applications. The workshop plans to bring together a wide-ranging audience of
students, visualization and computational scientists, and simulation developers involved in
developing, deploying, or maintaining scientific visualization approaches on HPC infrastructures.
The workshop's primary focus is to provide practical insights that inspire attendees to develop,
refine, and avoid pitfalls using HPC for scientific visualization.

Areas of interest for this workshop include, but not limited to:
• Visualization using HPC infrastructure: information visualization, scientific visualization,
visual analytics, immersive visualization, in situ visualization.
• Best practices, Opportunities / Gaps while using HPC for scientific visualization
• Tools and techniques for HPC to enable/support scientific visualization
• Case studies of solving a specific scientific visualization challenge using HPC
• Simulation and Modeling using HPC
• Data models to enable scalable visualization using HPC
• Visualization of high-dimensional data using HPC


Rajiv Khadka

Idaho National Lab

Wednesday May 19, 2021 10:30am - 12:00pm MDT
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