SciVis Unveils a Billion Cells, COVID-19 & Invisible Monsters

Published: 07/21/2021  

Last Updated: 07/21/2021

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Teodora (Dora) Szasz
Computational scientist, Research Computing Center of University of Chicago

Donna Nemshick
Performance validation lead, Intel Advanced Rendering & Visualization Architecture Group

Scientific visualization (SciVis) is providing new insights in healthcare and many other research areas in ways that we couldn’t imagine a decade ago. It’s an evolving field where extracting visualizations from very large datasets can improve analysis, diagnosis, and patient outcomes while reducing costs–or even uncover hidden discrimination. Hear from Teodora (Dora) Szasz of the University of Chicago and Donna Nemshick of Intel on how SciVis can be transformative in areas such as understanding a billion simulated cells for tumors, creating the COVID-19 model, pioneering medical care, and even studying images in children’s books for gender inequality. Listen in.

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