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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

European Initiatives

FP7 & H2020 Projects

  • Title: Visualization For Extremely Large-Scale Scientific Computing

  • Program: STREP (Specific Targeted Research Project)

  • Duration: January 2014 - December 2016

  • Coordinator: Centre Internacional de Metodes Numerics en Enginyeria (Spain)

  • Partners: JOTNE (No.), SINTEF (No.), Fraunhofer IGD (D), ATOS (SP), Univ. Edinburgh (UK)

  • Inria contact: Toan Nguyen, Bruno Raffin

  • Abstract: VELaSSCo aims at developing a new concept of integrated end-user visual analysis methods with advanced management and post-processing algorithms for engineering modelling applications, scalable for real-time petabyte level simulations [59]. The interface will enable real- time interrogation of simulation data, generating key information for analysis. Main concerns have to do with handling of large amounts of data of a very specific kind intrinsically linked to geometrical properties; how to store, access, simplify and manipulate billion of records to extract the relevant information; how to represent information in a feasible and flexible way; and how to visualise and interactively inspect the huge quantity of information they produce taking into account end- user’s needs. VELaSSCo achieves this by putting together experts with relevant background in Big Data handling, advanced visualisation, engineering simulations, and a User Panel including research centres, SMEs and companies form key European industrial sectors such as aerospace, household products, chemical, pharmaceutical and civil engineering.