Jste zde

Scientific visualization with COVISE

Termín: 
Út, 03.05.2016 9:30 - St, 04.05.2016 15:30
Uzávěrka registrace: 
St, 27.04.2016 23:45
Místo: 
VŠB - Technical University Ostrava, IT4Innovations building, room 207
Lektor: 
Uwe Wössner, Martin Aumüller (HLRS, High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, Germany)
Úroveň: 
Basic/Intermediate
Jazyk: 
English

Annotation

This two day course is targeted at researchers with basic knowledge in numerical simulation, who would like to learn how to visualize their simulation results on the desktop, but also in Augmented Reality and Virtual Environments.  It will start with a short overview of scientific visualization, following a hands-on introduction to 3D desktop visualization with COVISE.  On the second day, we will discuss how to build interactive 3D Models for Virtual Environments and how to set up an Augmented Reality visualization.  This course provides scientific training in Computational Science, and in addition, the scientific exchange of the participants among themselves.

About the tutors

Since 2004, Uwe Wössner is heading the visualization department at the Hight Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). He received his PhD. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Stuttgart in 2009. Since 1996 he is working in the Collaborative Research Center "Rapid Prototyping" established at the University of Stuttgart in the field of VR based virtual and augmented prototyping. He is guest professor and guest lecturer at the IFOER and ITE, TU-Vienna, Austria and at HSR, Rapperswil, Switzerland. He is also Co-founder of VirCinity GmbH. He received international Awards such as the 2003 HPC Challenge and 2006 HPC Bandwidth Challenge. His current research interests include collaborative virtual environments for scientific visualization, Augmented Reality, 3D user interfaces and interaction techniques for computational steering.

Martin Aumüller is a research assistant in the visualisation department at the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). In international and national projects, he works on bringing large scale simulations to immersive VR systems.  At Nokia, he developed a touch-based operating system for smart phones.  He also worked on distributed visualisation systems at the Computing Center at the University of Cologne (RRZK). He graduated from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg with a degree in mathematics.

Preliminary schedule

Tuesday May 3,  2016
09:30-10:00

Registration

10:00-11:30

Welcome and Introduction to Scientific Visualization

(Uwe Wössner)

11:30-13:00

Lunch break

13:00-14:30

Hands On: Using COVISE for SciVis

(Uwe Wössner + Martin Aumüller)

14:30-15:00

Coffee break

15:00-16:30

Hands On: Using COVISE for SciVis

(Uwe Wössner + Martin Aumüller)

 
16:30-17:00

Coffee break

17:00-18:00

AR Demo

(Uwe Wössner)

 

 

 

Wednesday May 4,  2016
  
09:00-10:30

Hands On: COVISE Programming - Write a Module to Read Your Data (C/C++ programming required)

(Uwe Wössner + Martin Aumüller)

 
10:30-11:00

Coffee break

11:00-12:45

Hands On: 3D Modelling for VR + AR (Uwe Wössner)
or
BYOD: Bring Your Own Data (limited no. of participants) (Martin Aumüller)

 
12:45-14:00

Lunch break

14:00-15:30

Hands On: Augmented Reality Visualization (Uwe Wössner)
Current Developments: Vistle & Remote Hybrid Rendering  (Martin Aumüller)
Wrap up

 

 

Prerequisites

Bring your own computer with Windows - we will help you to set up COVISE for the practical exercises.

If you have another operating system with a working COVISE installation, this is also fine. Try to follow the instructions on https://github.com/hlrs-vis/covise to compile COVISE on your own.

Registration

Obligatory registration - registration form here; deadline see above or exhausted course capacity.

Fees

The event is provided free of charge for the participants.

Capacity

30 attendees

Practicalities

  • See links below how to get to the campus of  VŠB - Technical University Ostrava and to the IT4Innovations building.
  • Documentation for IT4Innovations' computer systems is available at http://support.it4i.cz/docs.

Acknowledgement

The course is supported by The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports from the programme Large Infrastructures for Research, Experimental Development and Innovations as part of the project „IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center – LM2015070“.

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