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Last week to enter the Visualize This Challenge - Deadline: November 30
Have you entered the 2019 Visualize This! Challenge yet? Led by the Compute Canada Visualization Working Group, and coordinated this year by WestGrid, SciNet, SHARCNET, and Calcul Québec, the 2019 Visualize This! Challenge invites researchers from all disciplines to use their own datasets — or our sample dataset — to build a unique and innovative visualization that displays interesting aspects of the dataset. Submissions are due by November 30.
Our panel of judges will review all entries, and prizes will be awarded to the best submissions. The grand prize up for grabs is a Dell UltraSharp 32” 4K USB-C Monitor, generously donated by Dell EMC.
Want to join the Challenge?
This year’s Challenge is focusing on processing and visualizing large datasets with parallel rendering. Any dataset that is too large to be rendered on a standalone desktop/workstation would qualify for this competition. A classic example is a time-dependent simulation in which disk space required to store each timestep is comparable to or exceeds your workstation’s RAM.
Click here to register your interest.
Note: Participants can form teams and there is no limit to the number of people who can be part of your team. Note: A team will be considered as a single entrant and will be eligible to win only one prize.
Visit the Visualize This! website for complete competition details.
Help us spread the word (#vizthis2019) and invite anyone else you think might be up for the Challenge!
Submit your entry by November 30. Submissions will be reviewed by members of the Compute Canada Visualization Team. To be eligible for a prize, you must be registered as a participant.
Why is visualization important?
Science is producing an unprecedented amount of data on everything from predicting weather and ocean changes to searching for distant galaxies. Visualization tools allow researchers to explore these large datasets interactively without being overwhelmed by the sheer amount of data. Ultimately, visualization enables researchers to answer the important scientific questions facing us today.