Supercomputing and Computation


High Performance Geocomputation and Visualization

Combines the strengths of geographical methods with computer and computational sciences to address computationally intensive analysis of massive volumes of spatial data utilizing high performance computing environments.   Investigating novel approaches for developing modeling, simulation, and visualization frameworks for geographical or physical systems at very high spatial and temporal resolutions.

Related Projects

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Parallel Visualization for GIS
— Ability to visually comprehend ever-growing geographic datasets is limited by the insufficient resolution of desktop monitors. To address the limitation displays constituted of many monitors are used. However, software that support such configurations is lacking.

Integrating Disparate Geospatial Data
— Provide access to display, analyze, and interact with both locally stored and internet accessible GIS data to users in multiple locations using a variety of operating systems.


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