Resources for Visualization-Based Research at PUC

You are cordially invited to attend the CIVS Seminar on Wednesday, April 21st from Noon to 1:00 pm in Powers 108 to explore computing resources for visualization based research.


John Moreland

Noon – 1pm, Wednesday, April 21st

Powers 108

Visualization can mean various things to people of different backgrounds. Information Visualization, Scientific Visualization, and 3-D Visualization among others each have their own flavor. The shared goal of all visualization is to promote communication and understanding through the visual channel of human perception. Whether by giving concrete form to an abstract idea, providing a means to recognize patterns in a chaotic set of data, or generating an immersive environment for collaborative development, improved understanding, or training, visualization can be a useful tool across multiple disciplines. A variety of visualization software and hardware that can be used in multiple areas will be introduced with several demonstrations, focusing on 3-D visualization.

To find out more information about CIVS and how to get involved, please visit our website at   We look forward to seeing you in the seminar.

If you have any suggestions on the topics of future seminars or need any help from CIVS for developing projects and grant proposals in the areas of simulation and visualization, please feel free to contact CIVS director, Dr. Chenn Zhou at