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Date: 29th-30th October 2009
Location: Loughborough University

Visualisation is an important tool for communicating and analysing complex information in many disciplines. Advances in numerical simulations and imaging techniques have provided scientists with a new wealth of detail into the natural world, but also new challenges in visualisation analysis. This year the conference will have a special focus on applied science and engineering disciplines, specifically targeting large data set problems that are often encountered within these fields.

The two day conference aims to introduce leading visualisation techniques and improve understanding about state of the art developments for both novice and more experienced users.

This year the conference will cover a range of topics including:

  • Intersections in visualisations practice
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • A rough guide to data visualisation
  • High-Performance visualisation using Cloud-Computing
  • Distributed visualisation and the Grid
  • GPU-based visualisation and computing techniques and their application
  • Giga-Pixel display walls and applications
  • visualisation frameworks including VTK / Paraview, Visit, and AVS
  • Live high-performance visualisation demonstrations and showcases

For further information and registration details please visit: