Visual Supercomputing - Technologies, Applications and Challenges

Mark Jones


If we were to have a Grid infrastructure for visualization, what technologies would be needed to build such an infrastructure, what kind of applications would benefit from it, and what challenges are we facing in order to accomplish this goal? In this talk, 'visual supercomputing' encapsulates the subject domain concerning the infrastructural technology for visualization. This talk will examine the technologies, applications and infrastructure that will enable and benefit from such an approach.
Tuesday 14th December 2004, 14:00
Robert Recorde Room
Department of Computer Science