This event is part of an intensive research period:
Knots and Applications.
In order to study and understand flow phenomena, visualization approaches have become a common tool. This is due to the fact that the human visual system can process large amounts of information in a very short time. Among the variety of existing visualization techniques, topological methods play an important role because they are suited to describe complex phenomena by using a low number of graphical primitives.
The present workshop will provide an overview of modern visualization approaches based on flow topology for unsteady flows. Implementation of new ideas, current challenges and limitations of such techniques are discussed as well as new potential areas of application. As part of the workshop, recent results from the ongoing EU FET-Open project SemSeg will be presented.
Simon Candelaresi, U. Stockholm, Sweden
Ingrid Hotz, Zuse Institute Berlin, Germany
Robert Kerr, U. Warwick, UK
Alexander Kuhn, U. Magdeburg, Germany
Alan Lez, VRVis-GmbH Wien, Austria
Etienne Memin, INRIA Rennes, France
Mathias Otto, U. Magdeburg, Germany
Armin Pobitzer, U. Bergen, Norway
Renzo Ricca, U. Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Benjamin Schindler, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Registration: Required via the CRM website above.
Publicize this Event: Please notify this event in your Department/Research Unit by downloading and posting the attached poster; please click here to download it.
All lectures, oral contributions and posters will be held in the lecture room Aula Dini (via del Castelletto 11 Pisa) that is at only 2 minutes walk from Centro De Giorgi.
How to Get There: From outside Pisa to CRM, read the instructions here
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