Teodora (Dora) Szasz and Donna Nemshick discuss how scientific visualization (SciVis) is opening up new insights into healthcare and other research areas that change our understanding of the world. It’s an evolving field where extracting visualizations from large datasets can improve analysis, diagnosis, and patient outcomes while reducing costs. SciVis is transformative in unveiling a billion simulated cells for tumors. It helped create visualization of the COVID-19 model and is pioneering other key areas of medical care. It has even been used for studying images in children’s books for gender inequality and hidden discrimination, which Dora calls the "invisible monsters."

Teodora (Dora) Szasz

Computational scientist, Research Computing Center at the University of Chicago

Donna Nemshick

Performance validation lead, Intel Advanced Rendering and Visualization Architecture Group



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